Sorry, media. PR can do better.

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Sorry, media. PR can do better.
July 10th, 2016
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Muck Rack Daily
Hello from Muck Rack, where you can get a snapshot of what journalists around the world are reading, thinking and commenting on right now.

Hey there, July! We're officially halfway through the year (EEKS! Sorry if that threw any of you into a minor panic attack!)

Take a breather and check in with some of the most popular posts from the Muck Rack blog over the past few weeks.

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Muck Rack's Top Blog Picks

Sorry media, PR can do better

"One would think the PR industry would have learned a lesson by now. We can do better. Here are a few steps PR professionals should take to improve the media-PR partnership." (Tweet it)

7 tips to survive and thrive during a crazy media day

"Whether it’s a company crisis, a breaking news event or a significant world event, here are seven tips to help you survive (and thrive!) through a crazy media day." (Tweet it)

Dealing with the tsunami of bad news: helping journalists cope

"The good news is that there are many ways for you to help yourself and each other through difficult times. Here are 13 ways journalists can cope when covering traumatic news." (Tweet it)

#MuckRackCafe with Gabriel Arana

"Every month, Muck Rack hosts #MuckRackCafe, a 30-minute live journalist Q&A on Twitter. In June, we chatted with Gabriel Arana, Senior Editor at Mic." (Tweet it)


The best of Muck Rack: 7 more popular posts written by journalists

"Let's take a look at even MORE of Muck Rack's most popular posts written by journalists." (Tweet it)

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