Monthly Archives: December 2011

Killing Time? Get a Head Start

Running at work is fun. Running at work is freeing. Running at work is exciting. Running at work is gross. …But only in the best way possible. While we await the New Year, and coworkers’ return from holiday vacations, life around … Continue reading

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Holiday-Inspired Tips

FIRE PR Group hopes you enjoyed and/or are enjoying the holidays. Though Christmas might be over, we can all learn a few lessons from our favorite bearded fella. Joe Vasquez, the writer of yesterday’s PR Daily post, outlines a few … Continue reading

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Online Trends: 2012

YouTube introduced New Analytics, Facebook has a Timeline, and companies can make detailed profiles on Linkedin. 2011 has been a good year – Though I’m sure I’m not the only one who was a little uncomfortably nostalgic (and occasionally repulsed) … Continue reading

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“Like” Tops Annoying Word Poll

Like, whatever. According to today’s PR Daily post by Michael Sebastian, the most annoying word of the year is “Whatever”. Not to worry, “Like” trails closely behind. For the last two years these words have topped the lists for words … Continue reading

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AP Stylebook Plug-in for PC Users

If you eat, sleep, breathe, and swear by the rules of the AP Stylebook, there is a new tool for you — and those of you who may not be so loyal to its pages of wisdom. In his article … Continue reading

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Expectations for 2012

What should PR professionals expect in the upcoming year? In Beth Monaghan’s 10 (more predictions for the PR industry in 2012 she makes a list (along with accompanying explanations) of the changes professionals should anticipate. Some of these include: Heavier … Continue reading

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Be Creative: Don’t Say You Are

You are no longer creative – if you say you are. More specifically, any creative merit you may have could vanish the minute you describe yourself as the quintessential example of this trait on your resume. For those of us … Continue reading

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