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Friday, March 27, 2015

Basking in the Limelight?


For months, potential Republican candidates for the 2016 presidential race have been springing up faster than a speeding bullet. The crowded field promises to include multiple representatives from each of the party’s factions, all vying for the mainstream support needed to clinch the official nod. Some speculate that the breadth of choices will weaken the READ MORE »

Friday, March 20, 2015

Introverts in PR: An Unexpected Success Story


David L. Remund, Ph.D., APR, wrote an excellent article featured in the March edition of Public Relations Tactics, “Introverts in an Extroverted Profession.” Remund, in addition to being a distinguished communications professional and a professor of PR at the University of Oregon, is an introvert. In his piece, Remund identifies some common introvert traits and READ MORE »

Monday, March 16, 2015

Congress’s Social Media Stars


We’ve talked before about how Facebook and other social media sites have become a busy hub for political activity. Not only do huge numbers of people get political news and information from these social networks, but politicians and their staffs consider it an important way to disseminate their messages and gauge the opinions of their READ MORE »

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Join PRSA-NCC: New Professionals Happy Hour


Join PRSA-NCC’s New Professionals Committee for its first networking happy hour of 2015! The PRONet committee has gone through a makeover, and is now the New Professionals Committee. Come learn what the new committee is all about, meet other new PR pros in DC, and exchange ideas with others in the industry. Not new to PR? READ MORE »

Friday, February 27, 2015

Should You Write Your to Member of Congress?


You’ve heard it before: if you want to support or oppose a national policy, contact your congressman or congresswoman and let them know. For many, this seems like a near-useless piece of advice. Some people have a hard time believing that sending an e-mail, Facebook message, or even *gasp* a handwritten letter to their representative READ MORE »