Author Archives: Danielle Aveta

5 Tips for Dealing With Hecklers on Twitter

Being harassed by a heckler can put a brand’s social media manager in a tough spot. Travelocity’s Joel Frey and UCLA School of Nursing’s Laura Perry provide five tips for constructively dealing with bad behavior on Twitter. | MORE »

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25 Most Overused Words and Phrases in Press Releases

This authentic, best of breed, unique list is guaranteed to give you shudders of recognition. | MORE »

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25 Most Overused Words and Phrases in Press Releases

This authentic, best of breed, unique list is guaranteed to give you shudders of recognition. | MORE »

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7 Tips to Make the Most of Your PR Internship

Current PR interns offer the next crop of newbies advice on how to make the most of their PR internship. | MORE »

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7 Tips to Make the Most of Your PR Internship

Current PR interns offer the next crop of newbies advice on how to make the most of their PR internship. | MORE »

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7 Tips for a Splashy Launch on Pinterest

Whole Foods Market’s Michael Bepko and Better Homes and Gardens‘ Kaelin Zawilinski share some can’t-miss Pinterest advice for brands. | MORE »

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7 Tips for a Splashy Launch on Pinterest

Whole Foods Market’s Michael Bepko and Better Homes and Gardens‘ Kaelin Zawilinski share some can’t-miss Pinterest advice for brands. | MORE »

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5 Tips to Make Your Social Media Presence Employer-Friendly

A PR pro’s Twitter feed or Facebook page says as much about him or her, if not more, than a resume or cover letter. | MORE »

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5 Tips to Make Your Social Media Presence Employer-Friendly

A PR pro’s Twitter feed or Facebook page says as much about him or her, if not more, than a resume or cover letter. | MORE »

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7 Tips to Make Your Brand a Must-Follow on Twitter

Before tweeting, ask yourself, "Would I tweet this content if I didn’t work for this organization?" | MORE »

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