Daily reading over coffee is not just a newspaper but includes social media filters and email news alerts. This photo is licensed under Creative Commons.

Since I wrote last week about how nonprofit PR pros should focus their reading to keep up with news and industry trends, I thought I should evaluate what I read. It’s mind-numbing [more]

Getting your nonprofit or association CEO and key leaders engaged in social media can be tougher than it looks. Some are leery of social media or don’t understand it. Others, want for social media to be something they can delegate to others. I even met a nonprofit CEO who didn’t like having his own social media feeds because [more]

For a year early in my consulting practice, I subscribed to Nonprofit Quarterly, but found my print subscription (which was very pretty, often qualifying it for top of the pile status) sat in a corner of my desk, where it was occasionally nibbled on by dust bunnies. So I didn’t renew, even though the content was great. It was just one [more]

According to a CNBC story on Yahoo and a research survey by Harris Interactive, working in public relations (PR) is the fifth most stressful job (last year it was seventh). Here are some tips on how to deal with the stress on nonprofit PR staff.

I’ll agree that there’s lots of stress – we manage how organizations and causes [more]

I got a note last week indicating that my proposal for a session called: “We Don’t Speak as Victims, We Speak as Survivors: Engaging the Media on Sensitive Topics”  was accepted for the PRSA Mid-Atlantic District Chesapeake Conference being held June 25, 2013 in Columbia, Maryland. I’ve never attended this conference [more]

What are the current public relations issues for association, nonprofit and foundation practitioners? This program organized by PRSA-NCC in Washington, DC, features roundtable discussions led by experts discussing topics and issues of the day facing  nonprofit PR professionals. The featured topics and discussion leaders [more]

Your blog can be a centerpiece for marketing your business, nonprofit organization or association, and I got some great tips from Deborah Brody at the 2013 PRSA Mid-Atlantic District Chesapeake Conference. I’ve followed Deborah on Twitter for a couple of years (@DBMC) and she always has great insights. Her presentation slides [more]

iPad showing weekend blog reading Thanks to umpcportal for licensing this image under Creative Commons

PR folks are known for comparing notes about what they like to read in the morning to stay on top of news relevant to their clients. And they are reading now all types of ways – thru their iPads, SmartPhones, e-newsletters that [more]

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