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Interested in Media? Here’s an Interactive Map to Bookmark

Are you a news junkie? If so, you probably know a thing or two about the top U.S. media outlets. Now, there’s a chance to learn even more about your favorites. The researchers at Bitly, a URL shortener service, have … Continue reading

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An Expert’s Tips for Improving Wellness Communication at Work

When not at work, Dan is training for a triathlon. Health fanatic? Not at all. “I just enjoy exercise and love physical competition,” he says. But Andrea’s time away is family time. She’s often in the car driving her kids … Continue reading

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Leadership Study Reveals Insights for Building Credibility and Presence

Business executives ranked highest as leaders and communicators in a recent survey by global communications firm Ketchum. Participants in the 12-country survey said this group was more effective than non-profit leaders, politicians and religious leaders. Yet, despite an improvement from … Continue reading

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New Study Shows PR in Transition from Old School to New School

Whether it’s more focus on measurement or a broadening of the functions included in PR and Communications departments, the practice of public relations continues to evolve. Since 2002, the USC Annenberg Strategic Communication and Public Relations Center has tracked that … Continue reading

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Texting Ranks No. 1 Among Teens’ Daily Communication Choices

Think the teens you know are less communicative lately? Research just released by the Pew Internet & American Life Project proves otherwise. Although it’s true that teens are spending less time on phone calls than before, their use of texting … Continue reading

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Can Internal Social Media Power Your Organization to Better Results?

Do you factor workplace access to social media into your career decisions? A number of young professionals do. Cisco’s second annual Connected World Technology Report surveyed college students and workers under 30 in 14 countries. Reflecting their status as digital … Continue reading

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Wrapping Up 2011 with Insights from Three Communications Experts

With the end of the year approaching, I asked several expert communicators to share an “aha” or insight from the past year and reflect on how it will impact their practice of communications in the year ahead. Each has mastered … Continue reading

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Inbox Overload? This Idea Can Free Up Your Time

Have you ever been added to an email discussion that’s been underway for some time? If the sender hasn’t summarized the thread, you need to scroll through and read the entire string to understand what’s at issue. And attachments make … Continue reading

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7 Things Playing an Online Word Game Taught Me about Communications

By Christine Sullivan, Creative Considerations Introducing a language lover to a crossword-type game you play with a friend online is like locking a cookie monster overnight in a bakery. Can you spell devour? A few months since downloading the popular … Continue reading

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