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Professional PR Blog Comment #1

“4 ways to improve quotes in press releases” by Laura Hale Brockway of Ragan’s PR Daily.  October 15, 2011.

“Thank you for posting this article.  As a PR student, this was very helpful.  I especially appreciated your advice about interviewing.  Better questions will amount to better quotes.  Thank you!”

Professional PR Blog Comment #2

“10 common errors writers make” by Daphne Gray-Grant of Ragan’s PR Daily.  October 15, 2011.

“This post was refreshing.  As a PR student, I’m on the lookout for posts that will educate me with some whit and charm.  This was a really neat post to read.  Thank you! ”

Professional PR Blog Comment #3

“PR internships: 3 tips for finding the right fit” by Johnathan Magnin of Ragan’s PR Daily.  October 15, 2011.

“This is a very helpful post.  I completed my internship last summer, and what I learned has been amazingly valuable in the classroom.  Internships can give you such a great advantage.”

Professional PR Blog Comment #4

“The company with the biggest Facebook following is …” by Michael Sebastian of Ragan’s PR Daily.  October 15, 2011.

“Companies that interact with customers through creative Facebook pages have such a huge advantage.  I love that they try to connect with me through a medium that I love using: social media.”

Professional PR Blog Comment #5

“Nearly 100 percent of the 18- to -24-year-olds use social media” by Michael Sebastian of Ragan’s PR Daily.  October 15, 2011.

“Staying in contact with friends isn’t what it used to be a few years ago.  We have so many new options.  I’m in the 18-24 range, and I find it hard to imagine staying so well connected with my friends without social media.”

Professional PR Bolog Comment #6

“6 things you need to know about body language” by Brad Phillips of Ragan’s PR Daily.  November 19, 2011.

“I’ve heard many times that body language is important, but I hadn’t read many articles on the subject.  Number four is so true.  I guess deep breathing may help one stay calm and less defensive?”

Professional PR Blog Comment #7

“The skills employers desire in today’s PR professional” by Arik Hanson of Ragan’s PR Daily.  November 19, 2011.

“Thank you for this post!  As a PR student graduating next semester, I’m curious to know what employers really want in a new hire.  This article is very helpful.  I plan on sharing this with my friends.  Thank you.”

Professional PR Blog Comment #8

“Is burnout hitting millennial women in PR?” by Russell Working of Ragan’s PR Daily.  November 19, 2011.

“Good post.  I especially like the encouragement to take a break now and then.  Getting burnt out really is from never taking the chance to reward yourself and enjoy the work you’ve done.”

Professional PR Blog Comment #9

“How to write press releases that google will love” by Adam Sherk of Ragan’s PR Daily.  November 19, 2011.

“I’m a PR student and my professor is continually teaching us how to use keywords properly.  Thank you for the reinforcement.  This was a great post.”

Professional PR Blog Comment #10

“12 basic PR mistakes to avoid” by Shennandoah Diaz of Ragan’s PR Daily.  November 19, 2011.

“This was a very helpful post.  Thank you for the tips.  These are going to be very applicable, especially the advice about contacts for networking.”

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Blog Comment 1

How to Charm Your Professor and Make an A” by Melanie Shoults.  September 14, 2011

“This was a cute post!  Some basic advice to students might seem repetitive, but if you do these simple things, you really will most likely get noticed!  I recently read someone using the mindset that if a student realized how much they were paying for each class, they wouldn’t miss nearly as much.”

Blog Comment 2

Even Quicker Tips from Grammar Girl” by Rachel Laflam.  September 14, 2011

“I like that you dove into multiple trouble areas from the Grammar Girl website.  These tips are so helpful, and with all the writing that we do as PR majors, we need to be well versed in these tips!  Also, I love the picture of the heart coffee – nice touch.”

Blog Comment 3

“Dealing with Difficult Conversations” by Katie Higdon.  October 15, 2011.

“Great post, Katie. As a very dedicated fan of The Office, you hit the spot. I feel like when reading your post, I’m reading you talk, not reading a formal thesis. It was very refreshing.”

Blog Comment 4

“Hot New Jobs” by Carmen D’Agostino.  October 15, 2011

“Great post, Carmen!  I love it when companies try to get me involved in the process of designing a product I want to buy.  Getting more feedback from the customers who give them consistent business is indeed genius.”

Blog Comment 5

“One for One Movement” by Annalee Cole.  October 15, 2011

“The TOMS founder, Blake, was actually at Catalyst last week.  One of the things he spoke about was how their eye wear line came to fruition.  It was really neat.  They had a booth showcasing the new shades and everything.  I think it’s so neat that they’re not just giving away a pair of sunglasses for each pair we buy, but they are actually providing surgeries and eye care for people who can’t see.  Awesome!”

Blog Comment 6

“Classy wilderness” by Elizabeth Telg.  November 19, 2011

“I’m pretty sure I pinned this on Pinterest!  It’s such a great idea.  I think it would look great if you weaved twigs/branches like that around the bed posts with lights.  I think I’m just crazy about the idea.  It looks so good.”

Blog Comment 7

“Need ideas for holiday parties?  Here are a few!” by Elizabeth Telg.  November 19, 2011

“I think it’s safe to say we both want to decorate with branches.  From the Pinterest pin for the last picture, how did they get the glitter coated on the branches?  Do they use something like glue spray?”

Blog Comment 8

“What Every Designer Needs: Photoshop Tutorials” by Amanda Furmage.  November 19, 2011

“Did you need to know how to work in Photo Shop before you took Web Design?  I’ve always wanted to learn!  I always hear, “You can do anything with Photo Shop.”  By the way, that picture of your fantasy world is amazing!”

Blog Comment 9

“Massive” Publicity Stunt by Amanda Furmage.  November 19, 2011

“That is very, very odd… He’s washed up in other countries? That’s almost unbelievable. I wonder how much it weighed. Someone obviously sat it up after it washed ashore.”

Blog Comment 10

“How to: Shop for the Best Price” by Liz Colburn.  November 19, 2011

“Great post!  Target is a great store.  I went to pick up some things for the tennis team last week and had to go to two separate stores to get what I needed.  I noticed that the exact jacket (that I really want) was a different price at the two stores.  At the first store, it was full price, then at the second it was 30% off.  Two days later I was at a Target near home and saw the jacket again, but it was about 50% off.  Maybe checking multiple Targets is also a good way to find what you want for less.”

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