With summer and internships in full swing, it may be often difficult for you to keep up with industry news and trends. Don’t worry — Progressions has you covered! Below are eight interesting articles that you may have missed this month.
Author: Michael Del Gigante
Publication: PR Daily
Those with a passion for social media can learn a thing or two from this post! Watching what you spend and monitoring your content are just a few ways to increase your reach.
Author: Katie Wenclewicz
Publication: Spin Sucks
Calling all millennials! This article provides aspiring public relations professionals with tips and tricks to succeed in the field.
Author: Aly Trost
Publication: Influence & Co.
If you’re interested in crisis communication, social media and current events, then this article is for you. The piece outlines what practitioners should do in order to remain in control of online crises.
Author: Corey Wainwright
Ever consider starting your own blog or volunteering to direct your Chapter’s? This article provides insight on how to attract readers through engaging and interesting titles.
Author: Marissa Connelly
Publication: PR Say
If you are taking on a new leadership role in your job, internship or Chapter, then this article is for you. PRSA’s blog outlines what new leaders need to know, and how they can work with their teams in order to accomplish their goals.
Author: Heather Champine
Publication: Media Relations Agency
Multimedia and video integration is a fast growing area of public relations. If you are interested in working on your video editing skills this summer, this article provides great insight.
Author: Nick Patterson
Publication: Shift Comm
Summer vacation is a great time to update your LinkedIn profile and let your professional contacts know what you’re doing. Check out the advice and statistics provided here to make sure your profile standouts.
Author: Nicole Bestard
Gender equality is a hot topic right now — especially in public relations. Read the current conversation, learn the statistics and educate yourself on the subject.