Monthly Archives: September 2012

It’s Nothing Personal; I’m Just Not Listening to You

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By Leann Moczydlowski
At least 6 months ago, I showed my fiancé a recipe I found in Cosmo for grilled pineapples. My suggestion was immediately blocked at the threshold of his mind by a repulsed stare. I’m confident my brilliant idea never even had a chance.

Managing Stress In Public Relations: ‘Keep Calm and Pitch On’

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By Carlee Pett
It should come as no surprise to PR professionals that public relations, yet again, appeared on CareerCast’s annual list of the top ten most stressful jobs in the United States.






Expanding Role of the PR Professional

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By Melissa Hoistion
I must admit that when I first started my career in PR, it was a much simpler time. We looked up media contacts in the “Big Green Bacon’s Book.” It was updated only once or twice a year and you only had a few sets for an entire agency. By Melissa Hoistion, Senior Account Executive — Click headline for full article.






What’s a KYC Form? — Hey, I Have one of Those!

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By Scott Marioni
A few days ago, I was reading an article about the current state of global financial affairs. In addition to painting a fairly bleak and depressing picture in general, the author of this article made several references to something called a KYC form without ever explaining what it was. By Scott Marioni, Vice President — Click headline for full article.