Ordinarily, this is where I'd write a flowery lede to entice you to read further. However, in keeping with the theme, I’ll cut to the chase.
The Wisconsin Law Journal
is seeking a full-time reporter. Rather than wax poetic about all the qualities that person must have, it summed up the job in a meager 134 characters on JournalismJobs.com
. The description reads:
“If you're a reporter who asks ‘Why?’ more often than a 5-year-old, get in touch with me right away at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
That's tweet length, with a half-dozen characters to spare.
Its simplistic and humorous delivery reminds us in the PR Daily
newsroom that keeping a message short can be memorable and more effective than droning on to fill space.
We have faith you can do the same. We ask you, PR Daily
readers, to craft a job listing like the one found above, with equal amounts brevity and wit, but for a PR manager job opening.
Leave your concise, tweetable job description in the comments section below.