Muck Rack's monthly top picks: 5 links we loved in May
Welcome to June, people! We're entering half time for 2016. How's your year going?
Take a look at the top PR/journalism posts around the web from the month of May. Also, stick around to discover the top five stories from right here on the Muck Rack blog.
Links We Loved
1. Now, there’s one more reason to be a journalist — you can help save journalism: Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan has an optimistic view about the future of journalism for recent grads. With all the doom and gloom about journalism lately, we love this perspective!
3. Why knowing your audience makes all the difference: Know your audience. It's the golden rule of PR. Corina Manea explains just why this rule is so important, and shares a personal story about a time a company definitely didn't know their audience.
4. Meternity Leave: a publicity stunt or complete brilliance?: Catch the hoopla around Meternity Leave last month? Kimberly Crossland ponders if the whole thing was a publicity stunt or complete brilliance (or both).
Top Posts From The Muck Rack Blog
Did we miss anything? Share your favorite PR and journalism links from the month of May in the comments below. Tip us off to other great posts for future link roundups by shooting us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jessica Lawlor is the features editor for the Muck Rack blog. She is a communications professional, writer, personal branding expert and speaker in the Philadelphia area. After six years in the corporate PR world, Jessica left her job to run her own communications agency, blog/brand and teach yoga. She blogs at JessicaLawlor.com about getting gutsy: stepping outside your comfort zone to reach your goals and live a life that makes you truly happy.
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