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How to Take Your Career from Social Specialist to Strategist

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Happys Flacks=Productive Flacks

As I spend more and more time gaining experience in the PR industry, and as I continue to befriend other flacks and get to know them professionally, I’ve managed to catch a “glimpse” so-to-speak into a wide variety of PR agencies.  Large, small, public, private, corporate, and consumer, it’s astounding how different every firm is.Read the rest of this entry

It Takes All Types to Be a Successful Communicator

One of the things I love about the communications profession is the fact that while walking down the street, it’s often difficult to immediately pick us out from a crowd. Let’s be honest: You can usually tell with one quick glance when someone is a real-estate agent, lawyer or an account (perhaps because each requiresRead the rest of this entry

From Sports to Tech PR: Finding New Career Passions

As a former sports PR guy, a career I immensely loved and was extremely passionate about, but also grew out of for many reasons (to understand a majority of those reasons, check out my friend Jeff Esposito’s excellent PRBC post about working in sports PR from Friday here), I have both fond memories of thatRead the rest of this entry

The Social Media Lessons I’ve Learned

A similar version of this post can also be found at Legends of Aerocles. As I get ready to leave the job that I’m currently at and embark on a new and incredibly exciting opportunity, I’ve decided to do a little bit of reflection at the suggestion of David, one of my social media mentors.Read the rest of this entry