Posts filed under: Infographics

Power of Internships: What PR students & professors need to know

I have had several conversations with students this year on the growing importance of gaining experience in the workplce as well as learning the latest tools, trends, and skills associated with the field. No, I am not talking about the […]

Guruism & Content Marketing: Things to consider for PR professionals

I had the opportunity to present this morning at the Kentucky Society for Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing (KSHPRM) Fall Educational Conference this morning at the Kentucky Derby Museum. Churchill Downs is a great place and right by the University of […]

Tips for creating personal info graphics: Great opportunity for marketing CVs and resumes

Infographics are definitely a popular tool for public relations professionals when it comes to communicating data and statistics, explaining a particular process, or even present information from a timeline format. There are some really fancy info graphics out there by […]

Keep Calm & Pin On!: How to use Pinterest strategically for PR Professionals

Pinterest has been a site where people have gotten their inspirations and ideas for a variety of events and celebrations.  From weddings to parties to fashion/home decor/food creations – this site has it all!  However, when you look at these […]

UPDATES in social media and pr for 6th February 2012

Here is what I am reading today: How did you score Social Media Sunday (otherwise known as the superbowl)? “Whether you spent yesterday in a crowded establishment with strangers or in a cozy living room with close friends, many of […]