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Social Commerce in the ‘Cuse: Syracuse University PRSSA Hosts a 2014 Regional Conference

From Feb. 29–March 2, the William P. Ehling PRSSA Chapter at Syracuse University hosted a Regional Conference called “Cuse Con: The Secret to Social Commerce.” Throughout the weekend, I had the pleasure of networking and listening to speakers from across the communications realm, met students from other PRSSA Chapters and bonded with members from my […]

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What’s Up Social Media?

A series of blog posts discussing new things in social media and how Chapters can take advantage. Number One:  LinkedIn Gets a Makeover and YouTube Allows Easier Editing LinkedIn LinkedIn has recently released its first major enhancement since the introduction of “Groups” in August 2008.  The new features are intended to make the look and […]

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The Value of Promotions

When planning an event, no matter the size, the success or failure can largely depend on promotions. Promotions are the key to making others aware of your event and the value it can bring to the attendees. Behind each promotional tool is also a strategy to reach your target audience. Here are a few ways […]

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The National Conference Experience

Eric Leist is the executive vice president of Boston University’s PRSSA Chapter. He is a junior majoring in public relations and minoring in business administration. Find him on Twitter and check out his e-portfolio. Watch more than an hour of video content recapping the National Conference on BUPRSSA’s YouTube Channel. Few events can pry college […]

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Tips and Tricks for National Conference

With National Conference only a few days away, here are some last-minute tips on how to make the most of Conference: What to wear For most of Conference, you should be in business attire. With 1,000 students attending Conference and even more professionals, you want make a good first impression. Be sure to wear something […]

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