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Journalism and the Web@25 It’s hard to believe that the World Wide Web has been around for a quarter century. Many industries have been impacted in the 25 years since the birth of the Web, and the media industry is surel...more
Created By: Angela Smith
Created: Jul 31, 2014
Upcoming #ConnectChat: Adding Humor to Your Writing You don’t have to be a humorist to inject a little humor into your writing. And even if you don’t consider yourself a funny person, there are tips and tricks you can use to make humor work...more
Created By: Maria Perez
Created: Jul 31, 2014
Expert Alerts and Roundups: Another Way to Score Some ‘Ink’ As a ProfNet member, you know that reporter queries are a great way to score some “ink” for you or your clients. But did you know there’s another feature  of our service that ...more
Created By: Maria Perez
Created: Jul 30, 2014
When Tax Deferral Backfires For decades, we investors have been encouraged to defer the taxes we pay: By investment companies, by our employers, by financial advisors, and even by the government that’s supposed to be colle...more
Created: Jul 30, 2014
Blog Profiles: CSR Blogs Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, PR Newswire media relations manager Christine Cube selects an industry or subject and a handful of sites that do a good job with promoting and blogging about the...more
Created By: Christine Cube
Created: Jul 30, 2014
The Q&A Team: Marketing for Mompreneurs In the last Q&A Team post, we explained the mompreneur movement. We also shared the stories of women who are both raising a family and running successful businesses. We are continuing on with this t...more
Created By: Polina Opelbaum
Created: Jul 29, 2014
So You Want to Be An Investigative Journalist So you want to be an "investigative journalist." Let's make one thing clear: If you're a reporter, it doesn't matter what beat you are working -- you could be covering the local PTA and school board ...more
Created By: Heidi Russell
Created: Jul 29, 2014
Making a Speech? 5 Tips to Take the Nerves Away Do you have a speech on the horizon? Do you feel prepared? Are you anxious? It’s normal to be slightly anxious and nervous prior to a speech. It happens to everyone although it comes out in dif...more
Created By: Sandra Coyle
Created: Jul 29, 2014
Grammar Hammer: Can You Elicit An Illicit Response? Elicit and Illicit – two words that sound similar but are NOT homophones. These words are not often misused, but because they can sound so similar to the ear, I thought it would be worth a quick...more
Created By: Cathy Spicer
Created: Jul 28, 2014
Headlines, Op-Eds and Morning News: The Year’s Top Blogs (So Far) There is a heck of a lot of great content on the ProfNet Connect blogs, from both internal and external contributors. So, with the year more than half over, we thought it would be a good time to take ...more
Created By: Maria Perez
Created: Jul 28, 2014
MEDIAware: This Week's Media News & Updates MEDIAware, PR Newswire’s Audience Research Department weekly newsletter, features recent media changes in the industry. PR Newswire Agility members receive addition contact/outlet information ...more
Created By: Kevin Frey
Created: Jul 28, 2014
Why Marketing to Women Doesn't Work Follow my blog on the Huffington Post....more
Created By: Jenny Darroch
Created: Jul 25, 2014
How to Use Free as a Strategic Marketing Tool It may seem counterintuitive, but when it comes to marketing, offering freebies is a smart strategy. What you don’t make in actual sales during the free promotion pays off in terms of exposure, ...more
Created: Jul 25, 2014
Media 411: Buzzfeed's Best Media Lists Buzzfeed lists are everywhere, bringing fits of laughter to all who read them and admire their wit and cleverness. The ones most humorous are the ones to which we can relate so I'm sharing Buzzfeed's...more
Created By: Evelyn Tipacti
Created: Jul 25, 2014
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