Public Relations

Public Relations

Will Journalists Flock to PR? We Can Only Hope.

More and more journalists are working on their resumes instead of articles these days. Just glance at the business section…

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Are Journalists Outnumbered In The PR Game?

According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there were roughly 243,000 public relations specialists employed in…

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Status Reports and the Value of PR Activity

I’ve worked on both the agency and client-side in various PR functions. One thing I grew to hate was creating…

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Remembering Soldiers and Journalists on c

Today is Memorial Day. For many of us, Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer. Officially, Memorial Day was formerly…

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Stop the Interruption: Push Versus Pull-in Media Relations

Got a second? Is this a good time for you? If I called you and asked you to read this…

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Press Release Writing Tips (From Journalists)

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know I’m not a huge fan of press releases. But let’s…

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Do Journalists Need PR Professionals Anymore?

Quite a few Journalistics readers have suggested this topic for the blog. At first glance, I’m surprised anyone would question the value…

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What’s Your Personal PR Plan?

With the rise of blogging and social media, individuals have more opportunities than ever to brand and promote themselves. What…

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Do You Still Need a PR Agency?

So it’s been a couple of weeks since TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington wrote a post questioning the value of PR agencies. In…

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Who Do You Blame for PR Spam? Vocus?

In his recent “Hocus Vocus” post on The Flack, Peter Himler suggested that companies like Vocus contribute to the PR spam. He only…

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