February 24, 2017

Skills School Skipped

NAU student and PRSSA member Sarina Urquhart is the guest blogger for today sharing vital PR skills the schools don't teach you. [Click below for more]
February 22, 2017

Being Productive

After being inspired by a breakfast with Hyrum Smith, Franklin Day Planner creator, Scott pulled some of his favorite productivity quotes. [Click below for more]
February 21, 2017

Celebrating Diversity in Public Relations

We've known Debra A. Miller, Ed.D., APR, for a couple of years and have been proud to call her a friend as well as a colleague. Today we recognize diversity in PR as we celebrate Black History Month this February. [Click below for more]
February 17, 2017

CEOs & Spokespeople: Do Your Values Align With Your Brand?

Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank got in some hot water with his brand representatives when he praised Donald Trump. Spokespeople aren't the only ones that need to align with company values. [Click below for more]
February 15, 2017

What is Wednesday…Informal Media Meetings

Last week, Abbie had a great blog post about how to have a successful deskside media tour. Alison expands on one of her other suggestions – informal media meetings. To her, an informal media meeting is very different from a deskside media tour.
February 14, 2017

Social Media Using Other Social Media

Recently, Twitter joined Instagram and it made headlines. It then made me wonder if is it common for social media platforms to use another that isn’t their own? [Click below for more]
February 13, 2017

#MediaMonday – Brent Killackey

Today's #MediaMonday comes from the editor of Referee Magazine--the only publication written by officials for officials. [Click below for more]
February 10, 2017

Planning for Public Relations

Yesterday, Rachel attended a breakfast event that was hosted by Accelerent and featured Hyrum W. Smith, creator of the Franklin Day Planner. One thing that Smith said that really stuck out to Rachel was that everyone should take 10-15 minutes every day to formally plan their day. But is this possible for PR pros to do? [Click below for more]