The holiday season is in full swing, which means spending time with family and friends, eating your weight in mashed potatoes and enjoying time off from school. With so much going on — or so little if you’re taking advantage of your break — there isn’t much time left to catch up on industry news. Here are eight interesting articles you may have missed this month.
Author: Katie Harrington
Publication: PR Daily
Pitching can be scary, but it also can be a huge opportunity for you and your agency to bring in new business. Read this article for six mistakes to avoid when pitching to a client.
Author: Chris Daniels
This article features interviews with the top public affairs professionals about a Trump presidency and the effects it will have on the industry. Read this article for more about what can be expected in the next four to eight years.
Author: Ron Culp
While most students are on Twitter and Facebook, it’s equally important to have a presence on LinkedIn for business. Read why in this article.
Author: Richard Edelman
Publication: 6 A.M.
In this article, Richard Edelman, president and CEO of Edelman, explains the results of the Nov. 8 election and what needs to happen moving forward.
Author: Courtney Lukitsch
With the rise of social and digital media, the line between an individual’s private and public life continues to blur. Read this article for tips on how to build a personal and company brand image appropriately.
Author: Gini Dietrich
Publication: Spin Sucks
New research shows that customers’ attitudes about data sharing are changing because people love a personalized experience — a predicted trend in 2017. Read this article to learn more about the research and how marketers can create personalized experiences for customers.
Author: Guy Hayward
Setting up offices around the globe is no longer enough to be considered a global agency. Check out this article for ways agencies can identify a purpose and ensure success when office locations no longer guarantee success.
Author: Melinda Lathrop
Thinking about switching your major to public relations? Read this article to see why one PRSSA member made the switch.
These articles are gathered and submitted by the PRSSA National Committee, the Industry News Subcommittee and the PRSSA publications team as well as occasional contributions from members, so feel free to pass along interesting articles to the Publications Editor in Chief Krista Watson by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.