Sat.Jun 28, 2014 - Fri.Jul 04, 2014

Dramatic Emotional Exits And Destroyed Reputations

Melissa Agnes

By Yael Grauer. There’s an episode of Girls where aspiring memoirist Hannah Horvath, played by Lena Dunham, decides that she wants to quit her job writing advertorials for Neiman Marcus at GQ. Her issues with the job were completely understandable.

5 Ways to Beat the Facebook News Feed Update

The Proactive Report

With over a billion users and millions of brand pages there is a glut of content on Facebook. You might have noticed it in your personal News Feed. I certainly have.

Dear Content Creators: Stop Being Boring

Polaris

Content. Those of us who work in digital marketing and communications instinctively ‘know’ what the word means. But, take a poll (even a non-scientific Facebook poll!) and you will find that content means many different things to many different people. For example, according to Wikipedia , content is “…information and experiences that provides value for an end-user/audience in specific contexts…something that is to be expressed through some medium, as speech, writing or any of various arts.

Reversing Perceptions - The Philadephia Way

The Stalwart Blog

By David Oates. As a person who''s spent the first half of his life on the East Coast, I can tell you this picture was my impression of the typical Philadelphia sports fan.

Harness the Power of Influencers and Advocates

Learn how to find and use influencers and advocates to gain buyer's trust on your behalf.

TCIP #004 – Simulating Crises for Crisis Preparedness with Rob Burton

Melissa Agnes

Welcome to episode #004 of The Crisis Intelligence Podcast, with Melissa Agnes and Rob Burton. Crisis simulations are the best way to prepare your team for a crisis and to strengthen your existing crisis plan.

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#Ontrend: Five years of the twitter hashtag

PR in High Definition

Included in the Oxford English Dictionary this month, the ‘hashtag’ is celebrating its fifth birthday. As the most recognisable symbol out there, it has risen to gargantuan fame from humble beginnings. As symbols go, it’s #huge.

How to propose changes at work

The Stalwart Blog

As a member of a small agency, one of the things that I value most about our company is its openness. Employees are not only enabled, but encouraged, to share their thoughts and provide feedback on processes, tools and client strategies.

The Marketing Power of Wikipedia: 8 Tips for PR Pros

MaccaPR

As PR and marketing professionals – and consumers – we often forget about the sheer power and influence that Wikipedia has on our daily lives. Wikipedia is a permanent part of our public culture. It was even mentioned on the TV show, The Office: (Source: Rock Paper Watch ).

What Was That Again?

Waxing UnLyrical

Hi all! Tomorrow’s Independence Day here in the U.S., so WUL will be taking a short holiday (or long weekend, depending how you look at it) break. After all, “ independence ” is also about being able to set one’s own blogging schedule, isn’t it?

Top 15 Free PR Ideas to Grow Your Online Business

You've got a great idea, you've built your killer team, and you've maybe even gone through the first round or two of funding.

Public Relations Practitioners, Artists formerly known as Invisibles

PR Conversations

A practitioner’s musing about balancing the visible and invisible work in 21st-century PR. By Bob Geller. I read a review in the Wall Street Journal of what looks to be an interesting book, The Invisibles: The Power of Anonymous Work in an Age of Relentless Self-Promotion , by David Zweig.

Can you help in my search for PR career stories?

Greenbanana PR

Can you help? I’m searching for 20 research participants for my PhD who meet the following criteria: 10-20 years’ career experience in public relations UK based (although may have international responsibilities or travel outside the UK for work) Not well known to me – to avoid any possible complications arising from existing personal or professional […]. Careers Education PhD Public Relations

Power to the People

PR Breakfast Club

Every agency has its own unique culture, but the general stereotype is that agency life is fast-paced and creative, and that a successful PR professional is one who can “sell” an idea. It takes a special environment to enable employees to promote their ideas both internally and to the editors and others being pitched.

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