Looking for some PR inspiration? We’ve rounded up the best PR blogs to follow in the new year.
1.) Ragan’s PR Daily
This is one of the more obvious and most popular ones out there, and more of us should be visiting it at least once a week. Not only does it provide helpful writing tips – everything from ways to sign off an email to in-depth analysis on a trending topic – you’ll learn about new tools, successful public relations campaigns, and more.
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2.) PR Couture
With a specific section catering to career support, PR Couture provides an outlet for the not-so-pretty side of public relations. Along with hyping up successful PR professionals, they share open positions for prospective to seasoned PR pros searching for a career move.
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3.) Spin Sucks
With the general population thinking that all PR professional spin stories or spit out #FakeNews, Spin Sucks does a nice job sharing the struggles in the industry and how to tackle them. Many of their articles compile best tools and best practices for your agency or as an individual. It has a little bit of everything.
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4.) PR 2.0
With social media management becoming a more hand-in-hand service with traditional public relations, this blog helps guide you through, well, PR 2.0. It also guides you through the tricky topic of office politics and landing a leadership position.
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5.) Media Bullseye
With webinars, easy reads, podcasts, and long-form posts, Media Bullseye provides you with the knowledge of tools and gadgets for public relations success. “Chats with Chip” provides a unique and personality-driven perspective that could be useful to your agency or clients as a whole.
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Whether you only have a few minutes or an hour, pick one of the above blogs (or even the Dittoe PR blog – shameless plug!) and dive deeper into the PR field and make professional development a priority in 2018.