Recent technological advancements have given rise to several social media trends for 2018.
I am writing this in the Las Vegas airport as I am heading back to Oklahoma City. I was wiped out from the last few days and crashed pretty early last night, after of course, my In-N-Out.
Day 2 started off at 5:30 a.m. I can thank the time zone change for that. My body still thinks I am in Oklahoma.
Today I am flying to San Jose for a leadership conference at Facebook Headquarters. If that was not making me nervous enough, reports that the worse flooding in 11+ years happened over the last few days in the exact town I am flying into...that fact does not make things any better.
Since I entered into my twenties (seven years ago), reading has been a passion of mine. It as if I am catching up for lost time. You see, when I was young, I had no interest in reading, just didn't grab my attention. But now, when I have an open weekend or Selah is down for a nap, I tend to crack open a book.
A new Facebook feature revolutionizes business's ability to instantly connect with their audience.
Can you feel it? Spring is coming, which means many are starting to look around and get the cleaning bug.
As a PR pro, we see articles all the time such as “5 Books You Must Read as PR Pro” or “Must-Reads to Succeed in PR.” While the books featured in those posts are are probably great reads, I wanted to reflect on the books an ACTUAL PR Pro reads.
Landing the ever-so-important internship is the main goal of so many college students as graduation quickly approaches. PR and communication majors fight hard to land top internships with agencies and companies every semester. And now, in a society where agencies and companies are looking outside the pool of communication or PR majors when selecting, students are having to become more competitive when applying.
Social media has become a topic of conversation just as much as oil prices, presidential elections and the weather…in fact most of those conversations are now taking place on social media.