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Serving Up Content for a Snackable World

The death of long-form writing may be greatly exaggerated. But when it comes to distributing PR- and marketing-related content that your constituents will pay attention to (and maybe even share), “snackable” content is the most promising recipe for success. | MORE »

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How I Got Here: Better, On Time, Paranoid

In PR News’ periodic look at how PR executives got to the pinnacle of communication, Matt Afflixio from Access Communications argues in favor of being paranoid, on time and always better. | MORE »

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6 Ways to Help Manage a Heavy Load

Is your to-do list spiraling out of control? Try these six suggestions to tame the beast. | MORE »

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The Week in PR: April 6, 2015

PR News’ weekly look at the stories that are shaping the world of professional communications. | MORE »

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The Week in PR: March 30, 2015

McDonald’s seeks ‘Moments of Joy as sales’ slump. | MORE »

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Shooting for Brand Lift via March Madness

The 2015 NCAA men’s basketball tournament heads toward the Final Four this weekend. But consumer brands have been scrambling to align their messages with March Madness since it started nearly two weeks ago. | MORE »

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Teaching Execs How to Channel Hop

When is TV media training not TV media training? When it’s customized for specific settings, hosts and issues. | MORE »

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Picture This: Retailers Flock to Instagram

Brands and organizations of all stripes are starting to embrace Instagram, whose youthful user base grew to 64.2 million last year and is expected to top 100 million by 2018.  | MORE »

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Keys to Content Success: People, Processes, Data

The success of branded content is more contingent now on PR pros’ ability to crunch numbers and analyze data. | MORE »

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Using Inventive Messages to Inspire Young People

The cause of science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, is being embraced by a growing number of groups, including scientists and inventors. | MORE »

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