Ghostwriting: The ethics of using a Quentin Miller to reach communication objectives

While some of you are enjoying your summers abroad or off vacationing with family and friends, others have been occupied with the drama between rappers, Drake and Meek Mill. For those of you who have a life during the summer: don’t worry, I have you covered. Recently, I’ve been occupied with trolling the Internet and … Continue reading Ghostwriting: The ethics of using a Quentin Miller to reach communication objectives

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Networking and sharpening PR skills over the summer without the stress

I don’t know about anybody else, but networking as a student and/or budding professional is kind of nerve-wreaking. There’s the speed networking, the awkward ice breakers, trying to meet people who are way out of your league professionally speaking of course. The other kind of “getting to know people out of your league” is for … Continue reading Networking and sharpening PR skills over the summer without the stress

Unconventional Stress Relief Tips

     If you Google “stress relief”, thousands of articles will come up with suggestions you've been hearing from your mom since middle school: get a good night’s rest, eat healthy, etc.      However, as PR majors, our lives become so hectic, oftentimes, these helpful tips are not enough to keep a crisis at … Continue reading Unconventional Stress Relief Tips

8 Terms to NEVER Use in a Press Release

'We're thrilled to announce our new product launch," said Joe Smith of XYZ Inc. "We are proud of all the hard work our team put in and are excited to watch the success unfold." How many times have you read a quote like that from a bigwig at a company or the mayor of the … Continue reading 8 Terms to NEVER Use in a Press Release

Bypassing Writer’s Block

If you are having trouble finding something to put on paper or formulating words to create a sentence, you are experiencing writer's block. I could agree and say experiencing the inability to write a paper probably knocked on every professional writer and non-writer's door at least once and according to research, most times it stems … Continue reading Bypassing Writer’s Block

150 Resources To Make You A Better Writer

It appears that PRowl Public Relations has a guardian angel. We were recently approached by a contributor for Open Education Database with a post they published of 150 resources designed to help you become a stronger writer. Who better to share it with then our readers? The resources are broken down into categories such as … Continue reading 150 Resources To Make You A Better Writer

The Difference Between Editing and Revising

Proofreading, editing, and revising are keywords that should be at the forefront of every PR professional's mind. In an industry that requires many different forms of writing materials, we are constantly going through each of these steps in the writing process. Depending on the area of the industry you are in, you may find that … Continue reading The Difference Between Editing and Revising

Writing Essentials: OmmWriter

As current or future PR professionals, we are constantly writing. Whether it be blog posts, talking points, or press releases, creating the perfect writing environment is essential to create solid pieces. It can be hard to create that perfect environment when you are writing in a noisy office or crowded dorm room. So for the … Continue reading Writing Essentials: OmmWriter

How To Improve Your Writing

It is hard to believe the fall semester is already underway. Assignments, essays and other homework is starting to pile up. For many PR students, these assignments will consist of writing, writing and more writing! Personally, I always seem to, in the three short months of summer, completely forget how to write. Writing is hard work. … Continue reading How To Improve Your Writing

Paving the Way with the Mission Statement

When you visit any company’s website, one of the first things you’ll come across is their mission statement. A mission statement tells the public about the purpose of the company or organization and serves as a guide for the actions of the organization at large. But writing a mission statement can sometimes be challenging. Just … Continue reading Paving the Way with the Mission Statement