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A chicken and egg conundrum for PR careers

A chicken and egg conundrum for PR careers

In the run up to Easter, here’s a chicken and egg conundrum for PR careers. Should we start out as generalists before specialising or vice versa? Does the navel gazing within PR (as noted in the interesting “Endless Fight” post and comment discussion preceding this one) – and a focus on being...

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PR Axis

How to organise and operate a public relations department

How to organise and operate a public relations department

This topic remains as relevant today as when the following insight into the public...


Qualifications for Public Relations Management

Qualifications for Public Relations Management

Pendleton Dudley established a PR agency in New York in 1909, reportedly after a...


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PR Mediums

An accidental ebook: exploring the future of business blogging

An accidental ebook: exploring the future of business blogging

Ketchum Europe director and CIPR president shares insights from a co-creation project...


Director Roundtable: Stakeholder Expectations and the 21st Century Board

Director Roundtable: Stakeholder Expectations and the 21st Century Board

PR Conversations founder, Toni Muzi Falconi is taking part in a fascinating ‘Director...


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PR Motion

A chicken and egg conundrum for PR careers

A chicken and egg conundrum for PR careers

In the run up to Easter, here’s a chicken and egg conundrum for PR careers....


Networks and mentors, workplace similarities and differences, complete a cross-border PR adventure

Networks and mentors, workplace similarities and differences, complete a cross-border PR adventure

Final installment of a three-part global public relations narrative and adventure,...


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PR Nexus

Social sniff test: engaging employees as advocates or treating them as commercial commodities?

Social sniff test: engaging employees as advocates or treating them as commercial commodities?

The Paper.li team in Gruyère, Switzerland, during one of the company's thrice-yearly...


Social capital – the lifeblood of public relations

Social capital – the lifeblood of public relations

Social capital is the lifeblood of public relations with our ability to interact...


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PR Sense

Stakeholder Expectations Roundtable: A tale of two books

Stakeholder Expectations Roundtable: A tale of two books

"Stakeholder Expectations" panelists (left to right): Richard Edelman,...


Dissent and protest – new directions for public relations

Dissent and protest – new directions for public relations

It has never been easier for people to protest or express dissent. But there’s...


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PR Sphere

The endless fight for the (PR) power

The endless fight for the (PR) power

Warrior with Shield, Henry Moore By Sean Williams Who owns corporate messaging? This...


PRoust Questionnaire: João Duarte

PRoust Questionnaire: João Duarte

The PRoust Questionnaire provides a quick insight into a public relations practitioner’s...


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PR Techster

Look under the hood at how PR Conversations “performed” in 2013

Look under the hood at how PR Conversations “performed” in 2013

What, not another “year in review” post?! So you may be groaning and...


An idiot’s guide to PR – lessons for SEO and digital marketing

An idiot’s guide to PR – lessons for SEO and digital marketing

It can be difficult to define public relations, particularly as there are different...


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PR Vision

Declaring piffle on those “traditional PR” publicity arguments

Declaring piffle on those “traditional PR” publicity arguments

Recently I visited Black Creek Pioneer Village, a rather unique “recreated”...


Getting serious about PR crisis case studies

Getting serious about PR crisis case studies

Whenever an organisation experiences a ‘crisis’ (or more commonly an...


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