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Six ways PR professionals can (and should) ‘think like a journalist’

As a young kid, I felt I was destined to be a journalist. I wrote family newsletters and questionable short stories. I scored the editor-in-chief spot on the high school newspaper staff and eventually made my way to the college newsroom. But my career led me elsewhere, and I’ve spent nearly a decade working on the “dark side” of the media, as some (unfortunately) say.   While I may not be reporting or a big-time magazine editor, working with media is one of the primary responsibilities of my job. And, the truth is that media jobs and PR jobs are far [...]

The dirty secret about online content and shrinking attention spans

Shrinking attention spans and squirrel comparisons have become go-to arguments for why people can no longer be bothered to consume long-form articles or online videos lasting longer than two minutes. But this is a cop out. The real reason why people don’t consume longer forms of media is that most digital publishers don’t want them to.

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