Buildling Influence, Credibility, and Connections: Help a Journalist

This is part two of a 2-part blog post Earlier I had said that you are wiser than you know, and that you can back your opinions with informed proof points. Why does this matter? Or, in other words, why should you HARO? HARO stands for Help A Reporter Out (HARO’s website, HARO’s twitter), and […]

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Wiser Than You Know

This is part 1 of a 2-part blog post Often, students think that they do not know enough about a certain topic to comment or provide input. This couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, from personal experience, I have seen students more engaged and more up to date about happenings and trends than […]

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3 Reasons Why Auto DM’s Are a Bad Idea

Auto DM’s happen to be one of my biggest social media pet peeves. You know, those messages you get when someone follows you and then you follow them back? Here’s top three reasons why Auto DM’s are bad. 1. Disengagement Right off the bat, when I receive an Auto DM I think to myself, oh […]

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Sour Lesson in Risks of Social Media

Jeff Domansky, The PR Coach, just published an article titled Toxic Waste Gum Recall Leaves Bad Taste. I’ve spoken about the risks of being on social media, and in recent times we’ve seen with BP and Chrysler, how social media should be taken seriously. It is a platform for you to communicate with your clients, […]

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New PRSSA National Committee – Congratulations Lauren Gray

A friend and colleague of mine, Lauren Gray, has just been elected as National VP of Public Relations at the PRSSA National. My special congratulations go to Lauren on this joyous occassion! Lauren, here’s a quick video I made for you to show my deep respect and appreciation for you 🙂

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