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How PR Fundamentals Build the Foundation for Personal Success

How PR Fundamentals Build the Foundation for Personal Success

Published on January 28, 2022, at 9:28 a.m. by Megan Murphy. It’s Monday morning. Rays of sunlight pry through a blackout shade as you struggle to roll out of bed. The best way to fight the Monday blues? Start with a goal. The first step

Learning the ROPES

Learning the ROPES

Published on May 2, 2017, at 12:15 p.m. by Kayla Sullivan. Public relations students learn during their studies about the ROPES process of building a campaign, that is research, objectives, programming, evaluation and stewardship. Research looks into the client and the target audience. The two

Show, Don’t Tell: Measuring PR’s Worth

Posted At: November 21, 2012 5:22 P.M. By Becca Bryant What is public relations? You will more than likely never get the same response from any two PR professionals. This is because PR encompasses so many different aspects. PR is strategic communication. PR is creative

Earning Our Seat at the Table

​Posted At: November 20, 2012 4:00 P.M. by Sam Nathews The public relations professional is the runt of the corporate litter. For those of us who stir and generate conversation on behalf of an organization, there has also been, for some time, an internal conversation

PR practitioners have to keep on truckin’

By Hannah McDaniel This weekend I attended the Mid America Truck Show… Yes, a trucking show. While there, I realized that like at any other convention or event, PR played an important role. Before anyone gets too worked up: No, public relations is NOT synonymous

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