Archive for September, 2009

Throwing away your PR sins?

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Yesterday was Yom Kippur, one of the holiest days in the Jewish calendar. On this High Holiday, Jew’s go to temple and throw away their sins from the past year.
As I sat in temple, I think to myself – how do PR pros throw away their PR sins? How can PR pros be forgiven for the […]

A Look at Higher Education Public Relations

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I was recently interviewed in an article “Getting Schooled in PR: A Look at Higher Education Public Relations” for Platform Online Magazine.
Check it out. It’s always good to see people writing articles about higher education PR. It’s not a sexy industry, but it’s very rewarding to those who work in it.

13 must-do tricks for network newbies

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This week’s Social Sunday column in the OC Register features 13 must-do tricks for networking newbies based on tweets from #journchat. My tweet was featured as one of the 13 “tricks.”
Check it out and read the rest of the great advice:
13 must-do tricks for network newbies.

Guest Post: PR reps. prepared for Kennedy’s death

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This is an anonymous guest post. The author wanted to remain anonymous due to his/her position.

Events such as arrests, illness and extramarital affairs can be nightmares for a PR practitioner. However, if you’re not prepared, the worst can be the death of a client. It is very unlikely that you will ever have to […]

Technology Addiction Takes Over 21st Century

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Do PR and marketing pros suffer from an internet problem, addiction or disorder? I wrote a guest post on “Spotlight on Marketing,” a blog by Hong Kong-based marketing consultant & coach, editor, copywriter, performer and healer Kay Ross.
Check it out:  “Technology Addiction Takes Over 21st Century“