As a new year begins, many PR consultants will be updating their clients’ strategies for the next twelve months, and it is therefore important that they use this time to refresh ideas. With increased competiveness due to the challenging economic climate, agencies would be remiss not to develop creative strategies in order to ensure client retention. Continue reading
2012 is here! The New Year means resolutions to lose weight, eat healthier, spend more time with the family, and on and on. While you are mapping out that plan to battle the bulge also strategize resolutions for your career.
“It is important to set goals each year if you want a career and not just a job,” says Marcos Sanchez, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Egnyte. “If you want a career than it is about thinking long term about where you want to be and what job you want to have.” Continue reading
Before we all checked out for 2010, we opened up a challenge to the readership of the PR Breakfast Club – to complete our list of PR New Years’ resolutions. Part of it was out of laziness on my part mixed with my inability to count, but the other part was to hear from you guys to see what you thought collectively that our industry should change.
After all none of us is as dumb as all of us put together, so without further adieu, here is the list of PR resolutions, crowdsourced from the PRBC community (click here to see the original post): Continue reading