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Instagram According to Ashley Longshore

Let’s face it, the 9–5 desk job just isn’t for everyone. With the growth of social media and technology, more and more are turning to an unconventional work approach and for some, it is working quite well. How does making $1.3 million in under 2 hours on Instagram sound? To some, it sounds rather unattainable. […]

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#TechTalk: Reflections from the PR Reboot Regional Conference

One of the hottest industries right now is undeniably the technology industry. When I think of tech, I think of things ranging from SpaceX rockets expanding our horizons to Artificial Intelligence changing our quality of life, to 5G, a technology that will interconnect our world more than ever before. There’s so much more to tech […]

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Code for Communication [National Conference 2018 Session Recap]

Session: Code for Communication Presenter: Brandi Boatner, Social and Influencer Communications Lead, Global Markets, IBM Recap: Brandi Boatner presented on tech public relations and the importance of this type of PR, as she works at IBM, a leading cloud platform and cognitive solutions company. Boatner started her presentation by stating that she is the “Beyoncé of the […]

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3 Ways Technology is Shaping the Modern Office

Over the past ten years, technology has changed drastically. Now more than ever, professionals are using technology in the workplace for a variety of daily tasks and ongoing projects. Below are three ways technology is shaping the modern office. 1)    Increased Connectivity. Microsoft and Google’s suite of products allows for modern employees to work simultaneously […]

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How PRSSA Led Hernandez to Her Career

Ashley Hernandez is a marketing associate at Napa Technology, a hospitality company based in downtown Campbell, California. Napa Technology is the worldwide provider of the most effective intelligent wine preservation and dispensing technology. In her position, she creates social media campaigns, flyers, blog posts and marketing campaigns, and manages the communications interns. Prior to this […]

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How Virtual Reality is Influencing PR

Virtual reality (VR) was one of the top technology trends of 2016 and has continued growing into the new year. As VR continues to become accessible to more people, it leaves public relations professionals wanting to find new ways to implement virtual reality to their clients’ campaigns. VR transfers users to new worlds, from the […]

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It’s Out with Millennials and In with Generation Z

For the past few years, companies have bombarded the generation with ads and campaigns customized to secure attention and loyalty. However, companies are shifting their focus to a new generation — Generation Z (Gen Z). Gen Z accounts for over one-third of the U.S. population, with a projected growth of 40 percent by 2020, according […]

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City Series: Public Relations Thrives in Indianapolis, the Crossroads of America

If you’re like many public relations students, you may feel you should move to a big city such as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago or Atlanta to have a flourishing career after you graduate. I thought that, too. I went straight to New York City after graduation to work at a public relations agency. However, […]

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City Series: New York City the “Spiritual Heart” of Public Relations

Undoubtedly, you probably already have an opinion of New York City. Maybe you’ve visited and seen the tourist sights. Maybe you’ve never been but know you’d love it or hate it. Maybe you think that “Seinfeld” and “Sex And The City” are documentaries. The truth is—New York City is what you make of it. I […]

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PRSA Sections Series: Communications Theory, Modeling, Vital to Tech PR

If you have ever wanted to know more about different types of public relations careers straight from professionals, then the PRSA Sections Series is here to help. The PRSA Sections Series highlights the 14 different PRSA Professional Interest Sections. Each month, professionals will answer questions about their specific subcategory of the industry. Our eighth post […]

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