Another month has passed and as August begins, it is crazy to imagine that classes will start in just a few short weeks. Here are eight articles that you may have missed in July.
By: Bryan Harris
If you’re interested in sports, then this article is for you. Bryan Harris breaks down what skills a PR practitioner needs to possess in order to succeed in the sports industry.
By: Sophia Bernazzani
Video is one of the fastest growing multimedia components used today. This article provides readers with tips on how to incorporate video into your company’s marketing plans.
By: Natalie Gloady, Teghan Simonton and Maura Fenske
PRSSA National launched a brand new mini podcast series on Progressions this month! VP of PR for Brunner, Steve Radick, tells listeners about agency life, advertising and the benefits of a PRSSA/PRSA membership. Be sure to give it a listen!
By: Lauren Petrolino
This article provides insight on how to break through writer’s block. Lauren Petrolino offers tips such as phoning a friend and thinking in analogies. Next time you’re stuck on a piece, these tips might be just what you need to jump over the hurdle.
By: Wendy Bulawa Agudelo
Publication: Axia Public Relations
You never know when your organization may experience a crisis. This article takes PR practioners through what to do during these times.
By: Marijane Funess
Publication: Crenshaw Communications
Every good PR pro knows that evaluation is a key component of any research project, special event or campaign. This article focuses on how to utilize surveys in PR settings to gather quality data.
By: Louisa Moya
Publication: Team Lewis
With the school year starting, so will Chapter, Student-run firm, executive board and subcommittee meetings. This article outlines ways for leaders to improve the productivity of their meeting — no matter the meeting type.
By: Hollie Geitner
Publication: PRSA Pittsburgh
Again, with class right around the corner, it is never a bad idea to review the PR basics for those upcoming test, quizzes and papers. Hollie Geitner focuses on the difference between old school and new school PR, as well as how social media effects the two.