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3 Tips to Accelerate Your New Career in PR

Have you recently launched your PR career? Here are three tips to make sure you are heading in the right direction. | MORE »

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Facebook Tinkers With Timeline; LinkedIn Follows the Leaders

Facebook’s Timeline is being redesigned and LinkedIn is adding features to its Thought Leaders section. | MORE »

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10 Brands Leading the Way in Sandy Relief Efforts

We’ve highlighted organizations that are using their brand power to help those who are recovering from Hurricane Sandy. | MORE »

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During Sandy, Retailers Forget ‘Audience First’  PR Rule

Some apparel brands linked themselves to the deadly hurricane, with largely disastrous social media results. | MORE »

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17 Must-Follow #Sandy Twitter Feeds

PR News has compiled a list of useful Twitter feeds to keep you up to speed on the storm’s aftereffects. | MORE »

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PR Opportunities vs. Opportunism in a Natural Disaster

PR pros are wired to act on any news opportunity on behalf of their clients or organization—even during a hurricane. | MORE »

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Nine Tips for PR Pros Working From Home During #Sandy

Hurricane Sandy has ravaged the East Coast, but don’t let her destroy your productivity as a PR professional working from home. | MORE »

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Brand and Corporate Reputation Converge at Critical Issues Forum

At the Council of Public Relations Firms’ 2012 Critical Issues Forum, thought leaders discussed the importance of integrating brand and reputation. | MORE »

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3 Change Management Tips for the NY Times 

Managing the communications around a management change is never easy—and the job just got a lot harder for the New York Times. | MORE »

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Election ’12: Trump Announcement Small, But PR Lesson Huge

The "big" announcement from Donald Trump about President Obama succeeded on one important level—it got serious media attention. | MORE »

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