Why It’s Important to Blog in Public Relations

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I am in my last few weeks of the corporate communications and public relations program at Centennial College and the pressure is on to find a great PR agency or organization to join. I’ve been blogging for about four years now and I found that it helped me get a few interviews and it developed a creative portfolio. I always find it weird when people who are starting out in public relations are not taking blogging seriously.

For those that want a career in public relations you need to have strong writing skills, social media experience, and multimedia experience. If you don’t have those skills, don’t worry. I am here to tell you how you can possess all three essential skills just by blogging.

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Do You Have a Social Media Personality?

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Face it, we all put on a different face when we’re on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. You may have tweeted out a spoiler of a popular TV show like Breaking Bad, the ending of a blockbuster movie, and probably complained about the weather and traffic. If you can sit in front of your computer and tell me you haven’t, you are a liar! Joking! …or am I? HA!

MyLife did a survey with 890 adults aged 18 and older to find out with types of personalities there are on social media sites. They compiled the results of the survey and created an infographic. I love infographics! I did the test and I turned out to be a “Mr. Nice Guy” but there is no way that’s true. I know I have a mix of the “Oversharer” and “Humble Bragger” in my social media persona.

You can follow along the infographic and find out what’s your social media persona. If you do, leave a comment on what you get, I would love to know!

(source Mashable)