Category Archives: PR Reflections

Peer Reflections

Aahhh the second set of presentations. Today, I learned a lot, mainly from Cynthia Flynn’s presentation on her experience with the wedding promotional event. It seemed like she learned quite a bit about greeting guests, but hanging back so that … Continue reading

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Reflect on this…

Today, we talked about something in PR that took me back to Journalism Class–the inverted pyramid! This is how press releases are structured! Journalists also employ this style of writing in order to engage the readers for the longest amount … Continue reading

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Message Exposure

I really liked this week. The powerpoint discussed basic questions to ask yourself in evaluating your business plan and its success/future improvement. Was it…. •Adequately planned? •Message(s) understood? •How could strategy have been more effective? •Audiences reached? •Objectives achieved? •What … Continue reading

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Presentation Day!

  Wow. Some of these presentations were absolutely amazing! I could definitely tell that people who came in here (me) with no clue what PR entailed have a different perspective leaving this class. Trey touched on sports PR and how … Continue reading

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Persuasion

Persuasion. An entire book was titled this word, when in reality, every book should carry this word somewhere on the cover. Every media message is meant to persuade. Images, words, advertisements, commercials, movies, press releases, news stories, and billboards all … Continue reading

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Now, Let’s Actually Do It

Today, in class we talked about PR in the workplace among employees. Generally, PR is seen as a bridge between a company or organization and the rest of the world. However, how does the workplace fare? What does the environment … Continue reading

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Research: Mutually Beneficial

Research papers. They were good for something. Research helps in PR for a number of reasons. The ones that stuck out to me, however, were the ones used to gauge audience responses. These are the most helpful for seeing if … Continue reading

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