Hello PRSA Colorado members. It has been awhile since I have provided an update through the blog, but we have been hard at work on behalf of our valued members.
We kicked off the year with a bang, set the Gold Standard in PR by celebrating our Gold Pick Award winners, […]
It’s the height of the political season. Time to get informed, participate and have some fun…with beer!
Join fellow Colorado PRSA members and partners at the Denver Post, Denver 7, the Denver Press Club and DU’s Roosevelt Institute for three nonpartisan Political Debates designed to inform, educate and get Coloradans off […]
Name: Steffanie Finkiewicz
Title: Public Relations Manager
Committee: Young Professionals
Committee Role: Co-Chair with Hope Grandon
What was the top reason you joined PRSA Colorado? I joined PRSA Colorado while still in college, after participating in PRSA’s Student Shadow Day. I was amazed how professionals of all levels took […]
September is Ethics Awareness Month at PRSA
“The practice of public relations is all about earning credibility. Credibility, in turn, begins with telling the truth. Public relations, then, must be based on ‘doing the right thing’ — in other words, acting ethically.”
–—Fraser Seitel, veteran PR author and publicist
The practice […]
Jangyul Kim, Ph.D., APR, Fellow PRSA
What’s a typical day in the life of Jangyul Kim look like?
I like waking up early to see the Sun (snap a quick photo if it’s beautiful, which it often is). I bike to campus, enjoy a morning […]
Relevance: A word everyone uses, but few truly understand. Lucky for us, Matt West is one of the few. And lucky for you, if you attend the “Oceans of Opportunity” Chapter Summit on Sept. 22, you’ll get to learn from his experience during the keynote […]
Want your story to have maximum impact? Treat us like we’re six years old when telling it.
I’m not suggesting you talk down to your audience.
Kids are smart. They expect you to be real. They expect you to be honest. And they want all of your attention, not some of […]
Want a quick way to add punch to your writing? Look for opportunities to turn commas into periods.
The first place to look?
Commas following words like “and” or “but.”
They taught us in school never to begin a sentence with those two words. But it’s okay. And it’ll make your writing easier to read.
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