FIRST:For you to benefit from Twitter, you MUST be following “good” people or accounts. Otherwise, you’re wasting your time.What was it like when you FIRST started using Twitter?Image Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035764102@N01/2002866892/
Here are two lists of people to get you started. The Starter Pack for PR Students has PR pros, professors, and more. The GSU_PR list contains Georgia Southern PR Students, Recent Grads & Faculty.
SECOND: Keep it clean. Potential employers (and your professors . . . Maybe even your parents!) may read anything you write and post online.
And these last three aren’t about TwitterImage Credit: Adapted from http://ebookstore.sony.com/ebook/remy-stern/but-wait-theres-more/_/R-400000000000000130649
Keep yourself informed about the world of PR. I read Ragan’s PR Daily (it comes to my e-mail each morning), and I listen to For Immediate Release (twice a week) and Inside PR (once a week).
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