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My Top 10 from PR Publications



Top ten things I learned this semester in PRCA 3339: PR Publications

Top ten things I learned this semester in PRCA 3339: PR Publications



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  • 1. Twitter, Facebook, PROpenMic, and others. There is no end to what you can do with these: network with professionals, communicate with potential clients, customers and the community. Whatever you do, get on these sites!
  • 2. This semester I blogged! It is a great way to express yourself, get yourself published, and to create and online presence. This is your creative!
  • 3. Internships are a valuable asset to your career. The more the better, they will pay off in the end. They look great on a resume and you’ll learn everything you need to know.
  • 4. AP style is what you will be writing with BUT More importantly, know your audience: Journalist How they prefer to receive pitches, and if they will even be interested in your story.
  • 5. No two days are the same. Be prepared for the unpredictable.
  • 6. No one likes to be around a negative person. Work on seeing and saying things positively. Rants are ok, but stick to the facts, don’t let your emotions rule you.
  • 7. Keep up with current events. My teacher suggest podcast..I am breaking myself in slowly. Twitter is really awesome for up-to-date information. When someone needs something, respond quickly, they need it then.
  • 8. Express your gratitude. Say thanks in an e-mail or hand-written letter. You can do both. Hand written letter are not common anymore, send one and you’ll stand out.
  • 9. Twitter is so awesome that is made it on my top 10, twice! This is a great networking device. Get up-to-date information and news Send traffic to your blog or website
  • 10. Save anything your Your resume should proud of and one page, two if put it in your portfolio. Needed, but put the Start this yesterday, keep most important on examples of your work the first page. to show potential Bring two copies employers. with you.