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time management • December 7, 2012

What PR Pros Want For The Holidays

No matter whether you’re too old to write to Santa, celebrate something completely different or just want world peace, pretend someone could give you some gifts to make you better at your job or to make your job easier, what would be on that list? We took a crack at it. Pitch-perfect The computer program […]

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time management • September 4, 2012

How To Work, Not Shirk, From Home

Currently 5.9 million people work from home. While 37% of people feel more productive working in an office and 50% of bosses still oppose working from home, more and more people are expected to do so in coming years. How can telecommuters best convince employers that they are working not shirking from home? Here are […]

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time management • August 20, 2012

Back To PR School

by guest blogger Lauren Silverman S eptember is nearly here, and that means one thing: Back to School! Even if you haven’t set foot in a classroom in years, there are always new PR tools and skills to master. Here are some of my favorites. Refresh your writing – Strong, succinct writing makes both pitches […]

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time management • August 2, 2012

Relaxation on Vacation? Yes, It Is Possible

It just works differently for different people! For example, I could never leave the office for a few days with an outgoing email that says! “I will be away from the office with little access to email, so I will get back to you on August 30.” That message actually fills me with anxiety! So, […]

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time management • July 23, 2012

PR Internship Dos And Don’ts

by guest blogger Lauren Silverman In PR, tangible experience is just as important as classroom experience (if not more). Real-world opportunities build skills and provide an integral part of any career path. It is important to know at the outset that internships are a two-way street and it’s the intern’s responsibility to maximize the experience. […]

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