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6 Steps to Guide You Through a Social Media Crisis

During a crisis, ask the right questions, say the right things, and do each at the right time. | MORE »

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PR News Celebrates 2016 Top Women in PR Honorees

PR News celebrated its Top Women in PR honorees at an awards luncheon held at New York City’s Grand Hyatt on Jan. 26, 2016.  | MORE »

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9 Rules for Working With Senior Management

You and your bosses need to be valuable resources to each other. Know how to communicate with them. | MORE »

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PR Lessons from Winter Storm Jonas

In a weather disaster, as with any crisis, over-communicate your message in a timely manner; do it clearly, concisely and on platforms where your customers are likely to be. | MORE »

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6 Media Trends for PR Pros in 2016

Keeping up with media trends can sometimes feel like a full-time job. Here are a few key trends to look for as PR pros plan their 2016 campaigns. | MORE »

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How Influencer Outreach Brought a Well-Known Brand to New Heights

In the age of social media and digital communications, influencer outreach and partnerships are an essential tool for breaking through the clutter. | MORE »

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4 Facebook Video Features to Enhance Your PR Communications

Facebook wants to be your go-to source for video, so the social media giant has made a number of enhancements to its platform that will make video content more dynamic. | MORE »

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How to Pick the Social Media Analytics Tool That’s Right for You

Here’s four things communicators should consider when looking for a social media analytics tool. | MORE »

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PR Pros’ 11 Commandments for Working With Reporters

As a PR pro, are you doing everything you can to make your dealings with reporters positive and get them to trust and, yes, need you? | MORE »

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4 Reasons Why Snapchat May Be Right for Your Organization

Snapchat is assumed to be the social media platform of choice for high school and college students, and that disqualifies it for serious consideration by organizations dealing with older demographic groups. Or does it? | MORE »

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