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Journalistics shared skills every entry-level pro should have. What skills from this list do you have? If you’re a prospective employer, do you agree or disagree with this assessment? What experience should new hires have on day one, versus what they can learn on the job?
STOP! Before you publish your next press release, read these five missteps to avoid bloopers, blunders, and bungles when publishing your press releases!
And since we are on the topic of press releases…students, here’s a little known way to edit a press release.
Check out the new PR Diva Forum on Facebook–interact with other communicators from around the world!
Managing your personal brand and online reputation is not an easy task, but here are 10 free tools from PR Daily that can help!
PR veteran Deirdre Breckenridge shares her stories and experiences during her 25 years in communications. One of the many takeaways is about PR is all about relationships. Breckenridge stresses, “If you want a good relationship, then you have to share and help people. You need to be recognized as a resource at many different intervals. Giving is one of the first steps to a reciprocal relationship. Sometimes that means giving a lot at first, more than you receive.”