For the unlucky ones (like myself) that were stuck doing homework instead of watching the Oscars, little did we miss considering all one had to do was glance at a Twitter feed to know what was going on every minute of the special event.From Angelina's right leg, Jennifer Lopez's revealing outfit and Ryan Seacrest's ash … Continue reading And the Oscar goes to…Twitter?
Counting down the days until I graduate, my job search is well underway. While college seniors should be taking advantage of this, the website is relevant even if you aren't looking for a job after graduation. Use these tips to make the site the best professional networking tool for you.Writing. LinkedIn profiles are full of … Continue reading Getting the Most out of your LinkedIn Profile
If you know even a little bit about social media, you have probably heard about the popular social media site, Facebook and their ever-changing design. It seems like just when you get used to the older version, the site is changing your settings once again.With the recent conversion to the Timeline format, my mini feed … Continue reading Breaking Up with Facebook Just in Time for Valentine’s Day
I know from experience that many hours of life can be lost in the depths of Pinterest browsing through wedding dresses, recipes, and more, but do they exclude men?While DIY crafts and cute pictures of puppies might not appeal to the other sex, Pinterest needs to start promoting their pin-board based site to men in … Continue reading Pinter-what? Can Pinterest Appeal to Men?
Recently I was getting ready for class one morning and I overhead a newscaster giving their opinion concerning parental supervision of their child's social media use. He explained that if a teenager's parent does not have all the passwords to their social media accounts, that they weren't doing their job right.This struck me as a … Continue reading But Mom, I Don’t Want to Give you my Password!
Costa Cruise Lines, the owners of the Costa Concordia that crashed along the shoreline of Italy last week, is offering an unusual discount. The survivors of the crash will be able to receive a 30 percent discount on their next cruise, hoping to keep them as loyal customers. Of course it would have to be … Continue reading Costa Concordia Runs Aground with a PR Blunder
PRowl Public Relations would like to wish everyone a great first day of classes!We have a lot of exciting things planned for the semester and we are looking forward to starting the new semester off right. Below are some tips I have outlined to make your first day a little easier.Use a planner! Even if … Continue reading Happy First Day of Classes!
Get your game face on, winter break is soon to be over for most schools and it's time to get back in the swing of things for your first day at your spring internship. Whether it is public relations, communications, social media or journalism, it all remains the same for what you need to do … Continue reading Being the Best Intern your Company has Seen
As we enter 2012, many May grads are going into panic mode about finding a job after graduation (if they haven't already). With the state of the job market, you need to be doing everything that you can to make sure your best self is out there for employers to see. Below I have outlined … Continue reading How to Avoid the Pre-Graduation Panic Attack
I hope everyone enjoyed the holidays!Before the New Year, take a chance to think about how you're going to improve your online presence, not only for professional reasons, but also to showcase personal achievements as well. Personally, one of my resolutions is to create my own blog. While it may seem like a daunting task, … Continue reading Making your Online Presence Professional and Personal