5 steps to a stress free holiday for PR pros

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5 steps to a stress free holiday for PR pros
November 27th, 2016
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The holidays are officially upon us! And while many of us are gearing up for a month of holiday movies, light shows and decorating, we are also entering one of the busiest times of year for PR pros.

But a busy December doesn’t have to lead to a burnt-out January. On the Muck Rack blog, Crystal Richard offers tips to stay on track and stress free this holiday season. Read on for more, plus some other popular blogs from the past few weeks.


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Muck Rack's Top Blog Picks

5 steps to a stress free holiday for PR pros

As PR professionals, it’s in our blood to give everything 150 percent, so the holidays can be a demanding time. Crystal Richard offers tips for avoiding burnout this season. (Tweet it)


When a journalist asks you to violate a trust

How should you respond when a journalist asks you to reveal confidential client information on the spot? Tim O’Brien has some words of advice. (Tweet it)


These aren’t PR tips

Articles promising tips to make the job of a PR pro easier/faster are enticing...but some of them fall short on the delivery. Micah Warren lists three “tips” that don’t belong in lists of PR tips moving forward. (Tweet it)


A student’s perspective: 3 key takeaways from PRSSA National Conference

Isaac Reynoso, a PR student at Ball State University, shares his experience from his first trip to the PRSSA National Conference.(Tweet it)


5 ways to write pitches journalists will be thankful for

In the spirit of giving thanks, what can we as PR pros do to make journalists lives easier when it comes to sending pitches? Here are five ideas from Michelle Garrett. (Tweet it)

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