Who Is Your Most Important Client? Yourself.

During my first Introduction to Public Relations class with Temple University Professor Bruce Hardy, the first thing he ever said was, “If you learn one thing in my class let it be this: life is always fixable, you are your own and most important client and make the world a better place.” Taking time to make … Continue reading Who Is Your Most Important Client? Yourself.

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Three Reasons To Follow Netflix’s Social Media Model

As public relations professionals, social media is an unavoidable and inevitable part of the job. While many despise it, social media is really one of the greatest tools you can have at your disposal as a PR professional. It is a cost-efficient way to create a favorable image for your client, promote events. Most importantly, … Continue reading Three Reasons To Follow Netflix’s Social Media Model

Five Easy Tricks & Treats to Keep Your Social Media Professional

Social media is one of the best means of communication with friends and family, but checking it is also one of the first steps that an employer will take when looking to hire you. In order to avoid losing that internship to the dreaded Sunday Scaries, follow these five tricks and treats to keep your … Continue reading Five Easy Tricks & Treats to Keep Your Social Media Professional

Five Ways to Grow an Organic Following for Instagram

Everyone has had their fair share of bots requesting to follow their Instagram, but getting the attention of real people and engaging them is harder than it seems. If you want to attract real human followers, you are in luck because there a bunch of ways you can create an organic Instagram following without being … Continue reading Five Ways to Grow an Organic Following for Instagram

Getting “Kicked Off” the PR List

The online beauty community of Youtube is currently one of fastest growing genres on the platform with new creators posting daily. The market is saturated with beauty and lifestyle brands and there is no short supply of people on the internet to help promote them. The beauty industry has been cashing in on creators, influencers, … Continue reading Getting “Kicked Off” the PR List

Four Easy Ways to Step Up Your “Adult” Game

Yes, you're in college and you certainly don’t have to have adulting mastered yet, but it doesn’t hurt to get a head start. College is a great time to take a hard look at your life and evaluate what you need to work on to feel more balanced. These little tips can help you start … Continue reading Four Easy Ways to Step Up Your “Adult” Game

Where Business and Public Relations Meet

Relentless Investor Kevin O’leary (also known as Mr. Wonderful) spoke to Temple students on Wednesday, Oct. 11. O’leary is most commonly known from his regular appearances on the hit show Sharktank on ABC. While the Temple Performing Arts Center was filled with mostly Fox School of Business students, there were a few savvy Klein School … Continue reading Where Business and Public Relations Meet

Why You Should Think Before You Post

One of the most important things to keep in mind as a PR professional is your own personal brand. We expect organizations to trust us in representing their brand. Yet, how can we expect them to trust us with this responsibility if we can’t even promote our own personal brand? Social media plays a huge … Continue reading Why You Should Think Before You Post

Twitter is the New LinkedIn

While you may use your Twitter to complain about how tired you are or post funny GIFs, as a public relations student it's also important to maintain a level of professionalism online. Twitter is a valuable platform for connecting with other professionals in the industry. Employers will review your social media before interviews and hiring, so make … Continue reading Twitter is the New LinkedIn

Prepping for the 2015 PRSSA National Conference: Business Cards

For those who are attending the 2015 Public Relations Student Society of America National Conference - it's right around the corner! One of the most important things you should take with you to Conference are business cards, especially a unique, unforgettable card that will get you your dream job. Even if you aren't attending Conference … Continue reading Prepping for the 2015 PRSSA National Conference: Business Cards