How To Harness Twitter For Public Relations

How To Harness Twitter For Public Relations

When the micro-blogging site Twitter first appeared on the scene, few people knew what to make of it. It was a combination blog site and social network, and people quickly set out to find out how to leverage the hot new service. Fortunately for PR professionals, Twitter has proven to be an excellent avenue for public relations and even … [Read more...]

HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO EVERYONE IN PR

HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO EVERYONE IN PR

There will ne posts until after Christmas.... We need a well deserved break!  However we will be back on Tuesday!  Women In PR wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas!!!   … [Read more...]

How to Write a Sponsor Letter for an Event

How to Write a Sponsor Letter for an Event

A sponsor can benefit your organization's programs and events by providing financial support or donating supplies or other goods. When you request sponsorship from a corporation or a business, it is important to write a letter clearly asking for what your organization needs. It is also key for organizations to consider how they can publicly … [Read more...]

9 must-have resources for PR newbies

9 must-have resources for PR newbies

Want to break into the industry? Here is the ultimate online guide to kick-starting a successful career. J Dietderich, of PR Breakfast Club fame, recently posed a simple question to me: "I get a lot of questions from friends looking to switch to PR as a career. What are the best online resources to send them to?" Good question, … [Read more...]

Do You Need An Internship to Get a Job in PR?

Do You Need An Internship to Get a Job in PR?

Do you really need an internship to get a job in PR? It seems like you can’t get a job (let alone an interview) in PR without a couple of internships under your belt, yet many students opt to skip the internship process until the last minute, squeezing one in right after college in hopes of turning it into a full time job (or never interning at … [Read more...]

How to Read an Editorial Calendar

How to Read an Editorial Calendar

By Rebecca Bredholt When a magazine plans their upcoming year, they put a consolidated version of the topics they will cover into an editorial calendar. Then their advertising and sales departments use this calendar to sell ad space to companies that would be a good fit for those issues. For example, if a bridal magazine is going to feature … [Read more...]

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