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Internships, dreams, and all the in betweens

“Adventure is out there”, or like some say, the future! In the wonderful world of PR our options for careers are almost limitless. But how do we get there?  645 more words


"In every job that must be done there is an element of fun"

As Mary Poppins once said, “In every job that must be done there is an element of fun.” In the wonderful world of PR, it is easy to get lost in the humdrum day-to-day tasks required of your job. 578 more words


Get ready, get set, geotag

I grew up within walking distance to four grocery stores. Four. Within 20 minutes, I could be at the chain store of choice, picking out the best fresh fruit I could find. 356 more words

Shannon Turner

Here lies our poor, deceased Print New Release...


Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today  to share the memory and the life of our good friend and tool, Print News Release. 

INTRODUCTION… 568 more words


Three ways to measure success for strong nonprofit communications

Number 10 on Nonprofit Quarterly’s “10 Ways to Kill Your Nonprofit” is to “think that ‘good’ is good enough.”

GuideStar, the largest information network in the world on nonprofits, has a section specific to nonprofit impact to help donors make decisions. 398 more words

Shannon Turner

The right way to engage audiences with controversial channels

We’ve all experienced it: a friend goes abroad and our news feed fills with foreign lands and nameless faces with the perfectly applied Instagram filter. 711 more words

Shannon Turner

What is Constituent Relationship Management?

A few months ago, I received an assignment back that had across it in big, red letters, “Isn’t all PR constituent relations?”

Let me backtrack. The assignment was a case study analysis, and I had identified the goal of a campaign as constituent relations. 505 more words

Shannon Turner