Three things PR employees need to stop doing

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Three things PR employees need to stop doing
October 2nd, 2016
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In a previously featured series on Muck Rack, PR Pro Micah Warren warned us about three things PR bosses should stop doing. This week, it's only fair to call out three major faux pas some PR employees are guilty of making. Read on for more, plus some of our other popular posts from the Muck Rack blog over the past few weeks.

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