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Though it's often maligned as a crap shoot, cold pitching can, in fact, work.
7/28/2015 1:59:16 PM
Use these ideas to network with journalists, which will make your media relations efforts—and story pitches—more effective.
7/28/2015 1:56:59 PM
Avoid being a forgettable speaker with these simple suggestions.
7/28/2015 1:52:01 PM
Different clients and projects require creative approaches to finding ways to gauge success.
7/28/2015 1:51:12 PM
If a word doesn’t add to your writing, don’t use it. These five rarely add anything. Excise them and, if possible, use something better.
7/27/2015 1:53:17 PM
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7/27/2015 1:50:56 PM
PR pros, instead of sending another pitch that will end up in an editor’s trash bin, try offering your insights in article form instead.
7/27/2015 1:48:39 PM
You're just going to get caught, Jimmy Wales told The Huffington Post .
7/27/2015 1:45:02 PM
Freshen or sweeten up your pitches with these words that will shine light on your energizing, colorful brand or clients.
7/24/2015 1:52:03 PM
In this week’s listings, one candidate could work with Guinness World Records, an organization celebrating 60 years as the world’s record-keeping authority.
7/24/2015 1:46:01 PM
Leaving your first PR job? That doesn't mean you have to cut ties with your former employers. Here's how to keep the relationship going.
7/23/2015 1:52:31 PM
Cision’s Social Journalism Study found that social media is becoming a more integral part of reporters’ routines, however, even if they don’t necessarily like it.
7/23/2015 1:51:34 PM
The organization’s executive editor and editor-in-chief left after a disagreement over a story. How will this affect reporting and native advertising in the future?
7/23/2015 1:47:21 PM
Things have changed in the digital age of communications, but whether you're a technology fiend or a late adopter, you can use these elements in your next campaign.
7/22/2015 1:46:24 PM
Writing skills are often sharpened when studying the humanities, and this author shares another reason those studies can benefit communications efforts.
7/21/2015 1:52:59 PM