Blog Policy

Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) provides its members the opportunity to address issues pertaining to public relations as they arise on the Progressions, making them open for discussion.

Progressions Guidelines:

Progressions will address issues pertaining to public relations as they arise, making them open for discussion. This blog is designed and will allow for immediate, topical discussions of news items posted by the content managers. PRSSA may also post news pertaining to annual events, activities and initiatives, however this is not the primary purpose of Progressions.

PRSSA will respect the rights of those individuals who choose to use this tool. It is important to understand that the posts and comments posted on the blog are those of the authors and not PRSSA sanctioned communications and should not be viewed as official statements or positions of PRSSA. All comments will be monitored by the PRSSA content managers.

PRSSA believes in the privacy of member and nonmember users of its website and is committed to the responsible use of any information provided online.

PRSSA uses the information collected to improve the Society and the website. PRSSA does not use cookies to distribute information about users over the Internet or to analyze any information received through the site.

Bloggers, please note:

Bloggers are legally responsible for their commentary. Individual bloggers can be held personally liable for any commentary deemed to be defamatory, obscene, proprietary, or libelous (whether pertaining to PRSSA, individuals, or any other company for that matter). Bloggers should exercise caution with regards to exaggeration, colorful language, guesswork, obscenity, copyrighted materials, legal conclusions and derogatory remarks or characterizations. In essence, blog at your own risk. Outside parties can pursue legal action against you.

To write for Progressions, please email progressions@prsa.org.