PR News Blogger Network

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Are You a PR Pro From Krypton?

If you’re an immigrant from Krypton living in the U.S.—or in any spot on Earth—then flying without the benefit of a wingspan or jet propulsion and hearing the flutter of a butterfly in Ensenada while you’re leaping over the Empire State… | MORE »

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Lessons From The Dunkin’ Donuts Customer’s Racist Rant

One of the bigger viral stories of the last two days was the foul-mouthed racist rant by a Dunkin’ Donuts customer in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, who filmed herself abusing the store’s employees and posted the video online. The coffee-shop chain has … | MORE »

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PR Takeaways to Die For from ‘Game of Thrones’

The beloved Starks could really benefit from communications counsel. | MORE »

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What Should Adam Levine Do? The Voice of Reason…

By now you’ve heard the news that Adam Levine hates his country. No, he loves his country. Wait a minute: what does he really feel and why do we care?  If “The Voice” coach and Maroon Five singer truly hated America, the worst that could… | MORE »

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What Should Adam Levine Do? The Voice of Reason…

By now you’ve heard the news that Adam Levine hates his country. No, he loves his country. Wait a minute: what does he really feel and why do we care?  If “The Voice” coach and Maroon Five singer truly hated America, the worst that could… | MORE »

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What Should Adam Levine Do? The Voice of Reason…

By now you’ve heard the news that Adam Levine hates his country. No, he loves his country. Wait a minute: what does he really feel and why do we care?  If “The Voice” coach and Maroon Five singer truly hated America, the worst that could… | MORE »

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Tips From a Reporter on Great PR Writing

We’ve been doing a lot of writing in PR News lately on great PR writing and as I was reflecting on this very intricate craft—a form of writing that requires immense skill—I thought it might be useful to reflect on what a journalist looks for in P… | MORE »

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Media Inquiries Into PR Departments Should Not Be an Exercise in Frustration

You’re a busy journalist. You’re on deadline. You’re trying to round up sources and interviews for a story you need to crank out today. One of your most promising sources is not responding, gone off the grid. But you’re still hopeful, especiall… | MORE »

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To Write Well is to Advance in Your Career: 7 Tips for Aspiring Writers

Has writing become a lost art, a nice-to-have skill but not a necessary one? I sure hope not. For those of us who cherish the written word and are prone to find typos on cereal boxes or wine bottles, we appreciate a well-constructed sentence that conci… | MORE »

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On the Power of Optimism in PR Communications

Earlier this week I noticed this tweet from Business Insider’s Henry Blodget: “RT ‪@SullyCNBC: I’ve interviewed many successful people over the years. Many began with nothing. ALL shared one trait—optimism.” Blodget, of course, was retw… | MORE »

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