As writers, we are constantly working to improve our work. We want to keep up with trends, develop new topics, fulfill new ideas and create work that has a lasting impact on those who read it. Here are my top five tips to help strengthen your own writing. Read, read, read. One of the best […]
Writer’s block — we’ve all experienced it at some point or another. Whether it was for a simple blog post or a lengthy research paper, everyone is prone to encountering this common obstacle in writing. That’s why I’ve decided to provide you with five tips to help overcome writer’s block. Don’t procrastinate. The worst thing […]
https://storify.com/prssanational/november-twitter-chat-publications-punctuation-and Thank you to everyone who participated in our Publications Month Twitter chat. Specifically, we’d like to thank our co-hosts Deirdre Breckenridge (@dbreakenridge,) Publications Editor in Chief (@natgloady) and Vice President of Digital Communication JaCey Yonke (tweeting from the @PRSSANational account) for guiding the conversation. Be sure to join us for next Twitter chat.
When the phrase “fake news” first emerged, I thought it was literally fake news. I thought, “How could the journalism and communications industry allow such a thing as fake news to become so popular?” As an undergraduate public relations student at the University of Florida, our program has a heavy focus on writing. In a […]
“If You Have to Cry, Go Outside (And Other Things Your Mother Didn’t Tell You)” by Kelly Cutrone In the era before Cision and Blackberries, Kelly Cutrone cut her teeth on the streets of New York as she built her client list and launched fashion brands. Readers may know her from her screen time on […]
Attending “So You Want to be a PR Pro?” was very exciting for me as a California State University at Fullerton student. Having had such an incredible experience at our previous activities, my expectations were high. Sink or Swim -– Pitching Like a Pro The first segment, “Sink or Swim” offered several incredible options, making […]