Tag Archives | Social Media

A Brand New You

Just like any healthy relationship, it takes strong communication to make people aware of who you are and what you’re about. What’s your relationship status with your personal brand? If you’re checking the “it’s complicated” box, you’re not alone. Your personal brand is complicated to deal with, both internally and externally. But in order to […]

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February Monthly Reading Round-Up — Social Responsibility, Journalism Fights for Survival, Love Letter to Millennials, Super Bowl LI

It’s been a busy month to say the least, which makes it difficult to stay on top of industry news and trends. Luckily for you, the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up is here to help fill you in on what you may have missed. Below are eight interesting articles from this month. How to Weave Social […]

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February Twitter Chat Recap — New Professionals Chat

Thank you to everyone who participated in our new professionals Twitter chat Thursday evening. Specifically, we’d like to thank our co-hosts, Laura Daronatsy (tweeting from @lauradaronatsy), Andrea Gils (tweeting from @andreagils) and Vice President of Public Relations Josh Lachica (tweeting from the @PRSSANational account), for guiding the conversation. Please be on the lookout for next month’s Twitter chat! [View the story […]

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December Monthly Reading Round-Up — Instagram Live, Comms Pros and the C-Suite, Social Media Monitoring

With the end of the semester and the holidays here, it’s hard to find a moment to catch a breath — let alone read about industry news. Luckily for you, the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up is here to help. Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed this month. Instagram Makes Its First Live […]

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The Influence of the Media in the Presidential Election

The media is one of the largest platforms for influencing public opinion. Media includes both traditional channels (television, radio, newspaper) and new channels (social media, banner ads, blogs). Any work in public relations or communications often includes all these different forms of media. As future public relations professionals, it’s our job to be good stewards […]

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November Monthly Reading Round-Up — Pitching Tips, Marketing Trends for 2017, Explaining America, Social Media Management

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. […]

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How Social Media Addictions Strain Relationships with College Students

While walking on a college campus, it has become far more common to see people walking around with a smartphone in their hand rather than a textbook. With apps such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter, social media has become a major part of college students’ lives.   As we approach the holiday season, some […]

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Why it’s Good to Be a Girl [National Conference Recap]

Session: Why it’s Good to Be a Girl Presenter: Holly Wagner, Public Relations and Product Placement Representative, Vera Bradley Recap: Women’s fashion company, Vera Bradley, lost “their girl.” Their target market was unidentifiable, ranging between women ages eight to 80, and many of their consumers could not identify with the brand’s colorful quilted designs when […]

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The Phenomenon that Is the Denny’s Twitter Account

When it comes to a company’s online presence in the modern era, I’ve found two things to be true. The first is that a majority of companies are now using social media as a tool to advertise products or services. The second is that Twitter provides the most opportunities for interaction. The platform provides both […]

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October Monthly Reading Round-Up — Proofreading Tips, Election Content, Apple’s Holiday Forecast, Marketing in the Advocacy Era

October has come to a close, and the PRSSA 2016 National Conference came and went in the blink of an eye. Between professional development sessions, socials and networking opportunities, it was easy to fall behind on current events and industry news this month. In case you missed anything, here are eight interesting articles that were […]

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