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Seven Productivity Hacks for PR Pros

Last week over dinner, one of my PR friends mentioned she’d been on a good workout streak lately, but had to give it up because there just weren’t enough hours in the day. 880 more words

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PR Girls

By: Anisaa Diggins

NYC may be the city of dreams, but it’s also the city with one of the highest tuition rates in the country. Students are thousands of dollars in debt upon graduation with a Bachelor’s degree, but nowadays the degree isn’t worth as much as it used to be. 1,134 more words


PR jingles for the Christmas season

You can’t run. You can’t hide from the growing avalanche of 2015 trends articles, predictions and year-end wrap-ups. Personally, I am experiencing “death by trend” overload (but that hasn’t stopped from clicking on the headlines). 399 more words


By unpopular opinion: Why Sam Biddle is wrong about Justine Sacco

Sam Biddle, formerly of Valleywag, broke the Internet this week.  His article on the unfortunate fate of Justine Sacco, who you no doubt remember from last year as the former head of corporate communications for IAC, was all over my Twitter feed, the junky infotainment sites I get my news from and was the talk of our office. 849 more words

PRedicting a crisis

I don’t think that anyone at Sony Pictures ever conceived that their $40 million film “The Interview” would be derailed by a cyber-attack from North Korea. 332 more words

Localization of Press Release

Field: Education/Governamental
Language: EN>PT-Br
Volume: 800+
Agency: Germany