Lunch Break: Navigating journalists and their many beats, the Facebook to Meta transition, and more!

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES Welcome back, Lunch Breakers!  This week, we’re talking about navigating journalists and their many beats, the Facebook to Meta transition, and the importance of addressing intersectionality of participants when creating diversity and inclusion efforts. Let’s talk about it!  Journalist Beat(s)  Every journalist walks to the beat of their own drum…or should we say beats? Following the massive newsroom layoffs across the […]

Illuminating your PR Strategy: Lighting Up Monuments for Monumental Campaign Results

Over nine months of dedicated work around the globe, the World Thrombosis Day campaign capped off with a day dedicated to recognizing and spreading awareness of the signs, symptoms, and risk factors of thrombosis, commonly known as blood clots.   With one in four people worldwide dying from conditions caused by thrombosis, ensuring that medical professionals, researchers, and the general […]

Lunch Break: An Ultimate Guide to UGC, Troubles in Texas, and More

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES Welcome back, Lunch Breakers! This week, we’re diving into the power of user-generated content in your social media strategy, the impact of Texas’ abortion ruling on the state’s business community, and an exercise for acting in an ethically responsible manner at work. User Generated Content (UGC) to […]

Lunch Break: Job Hunting in Post-Pandemic PR, the TikTok Olympics, Internal Comms During the Return to the Office, and more!

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES Happy Tuesday, Lunch Breakers! Take a few minutes to refresh yourself on all things PR with this week’s Lunch Break. In this week’s edition, we’re featuring insight on COVID-19’s impact on the job search for PR pros, the power of TikTok during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and guidance on developing a plan to bring your PR agency back to the […]

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