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While this week's job openings may seem a little intimidating, they can help career-seeking pros pack a punch in the ring, on the ice, or in the office.
10/17/2014 1:47:30 PM
Print out these instructions, save the page somewhere useful, and refer to it the next time you draft a document.
10/17/2014 1:45:04 PM
PR Daily readers offered up ‘ginormous’ amount of terms about which you are invited to ‘conversate.’
10/16/2014 1:47:28 PM
LinkedIn is on the verge of becoming a major publishing platform. Here's how to take full advantage of the opportunity.
10/15/2014 1:48:38 PM
A blog can do a lot to help your organization, but only if it's written and edited professionally and proficiently.
10/14/2014 1:51:43 PM
Reporters don't have time to wade through preamble to get to the meat of your story. So get to the meat first.
10/14/2014 1:48:23 PM
Though pros have seen the evolution of many strategies and tactics within the industry, the press release still remains an effective form of communication.
10/13/2014 1:48:24 PM
Language consultancy The Writer has launched a new app that aims to be the pocket resource for writers and editors who aren't always in front of a computer.
10/10/2014 1:49:43 PM
This seemingly innocuous punctuation mark can be the downfall of any PR pro. These tips will turn the apostrophe from a foe into a friend.
10/8/2014 1:48:13 PM
At least one researcher says the stringent rules teachers stress aren't as hard-and-fast as they make them out to be.
10/7/2014 1:46:36 PM
Sure, your organization is famous. But boilerplate and 'about us' pages still need to tell who you are and what you do. After all, Coca-Cola does that.
10/6/2014 1:53:42 PM
Personal stories, magazine-quality imagery, and a laser focus on content make Microsoft's storytelling site a standout.
10/6/2014 1:46:25 PM
This week's companies are looking for pros that love pop culture, makeup, technology, humanitarian causes, and more.
10/3/2014 1:46:24 PM
We've heard them spoken frequently, and we guess at their pronunciations. All too often, we're flat-out wrong.
10/2/2014 1:53:34 PM
If you want to be viewed as 'eloquacious' rather than 'bellignorant,' you may want to try out these portmanteaus.
10/1/2014 1:52:03 PM