Eat What You Preach: Looking the Part

By Katherine Baker Consider this scenario: You walk into a hair salon with high hopes of looking like a supermodel the minute you walk out the door. The first woman you see glances at you…

Is Your Workplace Game Good Enough?

By Miriam Fry As more and more people become unemployed and are forced to re-enter the workforce, competition for available jobs increases, and we have to learn to step up our workplace game. It’s important…

The iPhone 4: Verizon vs. AT&T

By Aman Judge With the recent news of Verizon Wireless selling the iPhone 4, the question arises if other iPhone users will make the switch from AT&T to Verizon. Although the iPhone 4 was exclusively…

What PR Hath Snooki Wrought?

By Christine Kapurch Reality shows continue to flood the airwaves and consume our newspapers. The diverse demographics that are reached through these programs forces me to ask the question, is this just trashy TV or…

Networking: The Power of Face-to-Face Communication

By Libby Page With the start of a new year, many PR students and professionals are seeking job opportunities. This is a daunting task for most people. From sorting through job applications to assembling the…

Staying Social Beyond Facebook

By Hannah McDaniel A social networking panic recently arose when an article released by Weekly World News, reported that Facebook was shutting down. Mind you, this is a blog that regularly reports on aliens and…

Oprah and the Ethics of Enticement

By Karissa Bursch As one of the most recognizable and influential women in the world, Oprah Winfrey appears to be everywhere. She is a self-employed philanthropist, a TV personality, an actress and a producer. She…

College Students: Not Your Average Audience

By Karissa Bursch College students are a popular target audience for marketing initiatives. They’re young and vibrant with specialized tastes. They are ready to try anything and go anywhere. According to CampusClients they are comprised…

Successful Social Media: It’s All About the Basics

By Megan Cotton If social media is a free way to communicate with your public, why doesn’t every company have a successful Facebook fan page with thousands of fans or an established Twitter with tweets…

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