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‘PR Practitioner’ Job Title Out of Step?

According to one PR Daily article, the commonly used job title “public relations practitioner” is actually unbecoming of the profession. Author Parry Headrick argues that the term is an unnecessary attempt to “overcompensate by tacking on an ‘official-sounding’ word to … Continue reading

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Where Do You Learn the “Nuts & Bolts” of PR?

For graduating seniors, this is the crucial time that we should be researching, applying and interviewing for jobs.  So I decided it was time to have the “where is this going” conversation at my internship after doing in house PR … Continue reading

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Tips I Wish I Had Learned

Most public relations students who graduate from Arizona State’s J-school will know how to write a press release. We all know press releases are supposed to include main points about whatever it is we want media outlets to know about, … Continue reading

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