Muck Rack's monthly top picks: 5 links we loved in September
Whether you like it or not, fall is here and we're charging on into the last three months of 2014! (Can you believe that?!) While you're soaking up these gorgeous autumn days, take a moment to check out our five favorite PR/journalism posts around the web in September. Also, read on to discover the top five stories from right here on the Muck Rack blog.
Links We Loved
1. I read and replied to every single PR email I received for a week: Everyone knows journalists get a ton of emails, but this experiment by Newsweek's Zach Schonfeld brings to light just how many PR pitches a journo gets per week. This is a fascinating read.
3. How to be a guest expert on any television news program: This may be the single best post I've ever read about getting yourself (or a client) on TV as a guest expert. Know who the author is? Peter Shankman, who regularly appears on TV as an expert. PS- the post even includes scripts you can adapt for yourself! Read this post.
4. What's in your fall 2014 communications toolkit?: A new season is a fresh chance to start anew. Deirdre Breakenridge shares nine free and paid resources that can help improve your communications program this fall.
5. #NiceToTweetYou: 7 PR influencers to follow this month: We may be a little biased because we're on the list (thanks Kate!) but we love this list of 7 PR influencers to follow on Twitter from Belle Communications.
Top Posts From The Muck Rack Blog
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Jessica Lawlor is the features editor for the Muck Rack blog. She is a PR professional in the Philadelphia area and blogs at JessicaLawlor.com about getting gutsy- stepping outside your comfort zone to reach your goals.
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