Non-Verbal Communications: The Underutilized Skill – PR News Blog

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There are certain people who even when they’re smiling warmly have a certain gravitas. They have a certain air that suggests intelligence, calculation, con

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Questions All PR People Must Be Asking – PR News Blog

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Oscar Wilde once said that the “question often arrives a terribly long time after the answer.”  For sure, asking the right questions early and often is the

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10 Experts Tell How to Get Great PR in Just 15 Minutes A Day

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Want to spread your news to a journalist? For some reason, these people respond to tweets — which they’d never do with email.

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A Lack of Crisis Planning is Trouble Waiting to Happen

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A crisis can occur happen without warning and its damage can spread rapidly. Yet nearly 50% of companies lack a crisis plan. Even more forego practice.

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5 Ways Right-Brained PR Pros Can Use Google Analytics

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For the typically right-brained PR pro it can seem a little daunting to begin fussing with all this data. Luckily Google Analytics is a good place for the uninitiated to start.

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7 PR Leadership Do’s and Don’ts

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When it comes to leadership, there are many people who get it right, but far too many people get it wrong.

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