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Five Quick and Easy Ways to Show #PR Thanks

Deirdre Breakenridge

Even just a little time each week to share thoughts with a student via Twitter or to schedule a Skype “coffee” chat is a fantastic way to show thanks. I remember sitting with a college student at a local Starbucks. Of course, mentoring is at the top of my list. After 28 years, I know my time will be well spent giving back.

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Creating a PR-perfect workspace

Solo PR Pro

This is the work where we show our worth, from strategic thinking to creative development. How do you keep those creative juices flowing? Yes, you could go to your local big box store, spend anywhere from $99-$300 and call it a day. Facetime/Skype calls. Heads Down Thinking. Consider a sit-to-stand desk.

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Powwowing With Pepco on Social Media

Waxing UnLyrical

Waxing UnLyrical personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communication, and everything in between About Shonali Powwowing With Pepco on Social Media September 28th, 2010 Tweet I haven’t been the biggest fan of my local energy company, Pepco, recently. Here’s the interview. That, I understand.

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8 Great Linked Tactics for Communicators


If I can get a conversation going with a provocative question on the right subReddit a day before the interview, I can drive more attention to my thought leader. Posting substantive comments with a link to the interview on the subReddit afterward will also drive engagement, traffic back to the site and reach.

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How I 1st-Drafted an 87,000-Word Self-Help Book over 46 Days in 2018*


If I’m going to pour myself into a once-in-a-lifetime creative act, there ain’t going to be any compromises along the way. I also kept myself busy purchasing tools (from AppSumo) – including Scrivener and KingSumo – and discovering new bloggers such as Joanna at The Creative Penn , the doyen of UK self-publishing. #6

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