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4 Reasons Why E!’s ‘Royals’ Video Went Viral

PR News analyzed a recent video that passes the viral test, which we determined today to mean any video that got more than a million views on YouTube in fewer than four days. Just our luck: E’s “Crazy Buckingham Palace naked man video!!!” fits the bill.

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Dos and Don’ts for Engaging with Media on Twitter

To capitalize on a new video embed Twitter just rolled out, PR pros first need to know their way around the microblogging service.

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PR Insider: What Communicators Need to Know About Google+ Changes

Recent changes to Google+ focus on the most successful elements of its network, to develop and evolve them further, streamlining the product and increasing overall impact.

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#PowerOfPR: 4 Key Elements of Your Measurement Dashboard

There are certain elements that should be included in all measurement dashboards if you hope to properly collect and analyze data about your communication efforts.

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Top Tweets from PR News’ Top Women in PR Awards

With so many talented communicators gathered at PR News’ Top Women in PR Awards in New York City last Friday, inspiration abounded and left the room in the form of tweets. Let’s take a look at some of the top tweets from the event.

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Top Women in PR 2014: Lisa Hartenberger

Lisa Hartenberger, Director, Corporate Communications, Navistar, Inc.  Lisa is a business expert engaged in the increasingly critical field of internal communications. In the last year, working in a trusting relationship with senior management, she has … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Marty McDonald

Marty McDonald, Senior Vice President, Fahlgren Mortine Marty’s career has been defined by her relentless focus on results for her clients, her agency and her community. She single-handedly led Fahlgren Mortine’s regional expansion into a … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Maura Corbett

Maura Corbett, CEO and Founder, Glen Echo Group Maura has made disrupting the status quo her business. In under four years, she and her team have successfully taken on some of the most entrenched industry … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Maura Payne

Maura Payne, Vice President, Communications, RAI Services Company  A CEO changeover, the national expansion of an innovative new product, and the announcement of a $27.4 billion business acquisition — any one of these things alone … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Meg O’Leary

Meg O’Leary, Principal and Co-Founder, InkHouse Media+Marketing Less than two percent of women-owned firms reach the $1 million revenue threshold. Meg is part of this club, reaching and then quickly surpassing this mark with her … | MORE »

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