Working as a public relations executive ranks among the most stressful occupations around, says CareerCast in its 2012 ranking. PR executives were ranked as the seventh most stressful profession. CareerCast explains its ranking:

Public Relations Officers are responsible for creating and maintaining a positive image with the public [more]

The National Capital Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America featured Steppingstone LLC’s Ami Neiberger-Miller in a member spotlight in March 2013. Here are Ami’s answers to some questions about public relations, her greatest career achievement, and work-life balance.

Years as a Member of PRSA-NCC: 9 [more]

Nonprofits at this time of year are often busy places – special events are sapping our time, end of the year fundraising is in full swing, and potential volunteers hoping to do some good are calling on the phone. On top of that, the needs of the cause require attention and haven’t evaporated just because everyone else is holiday [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]

I love the concept behind a new ebook from Brian Solis – what if PR equaled people and relationships? I have always believed in the idea of relational media relations – that clients/organizations benefit from cultivating long-term relationships with journalists. And I think you have to take it further – and recognize [more]

Change and experimentation are coming to the Washington Post, according to Chris Jenkins, who spoke the Independent Public Relations Alliance (IPRA) in January 2014. The October 2013 announcement of the Post’s sale to Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, sent shock waves through the DC PR community – and now that our initial [more]

In an article for Public Relations Tactics on why female public relations practitioners open independent practices, Ami Neiberger-Miller of Steppingstone LLC is quoted. She commented, “In many ways, I think life as an independent is the wave of the future. We are pioneers in a larger movement of workers. Instead of having [more]

I created this wordle about public relations. Enjoy!

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Ami Neiberger-Miller is a public relations strategist and writer. She is the founder of Steppingstone LLC, a virtual and independent public relations practice near Washington, D.C. that provides public relations counsel, social [more]

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