Aug 31, 2016

MEET THE NRPR #DREAMTEAM: JESSICA JUNG

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We cannot believe that August has already come and gone! Before we usher in September, however, we have another installment of our “Meet the NRPR #DREAMTEAM” series here on the NRPR Group Blog! This month, we’re introducing you to one of our Account Executives, Jessica Jung (or JJ, as we call her here). Jessica is

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Aug 24, 2016

How To Transform Transit into Training to Enhance Your Skills

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How many times a day do you find yourself acting on auto-pilot, having gotten from Point A to Point B with no exact recollection of how (other than that fleeting moment you whispered an unkind word under your breath at the driver who cut you off on the freeway)? I can say pretty confidently that

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Aug 17, 2016

Best PRactices: Writing the Perfect Pitch

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If anybody has had to learn quickly what it takes to write a meaningful, informed pitch – it’s me. When I was first hired at NRPR Group at the beginning of the year, I came on as the Digital Marketing Manager. I didn’t formally study public relations in college, nor did I have much previous

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Aug 10, 2016

Best PRactices: Tips for Running a Successful Blog

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At NRPR Group, we value two key practices in establishing yourself as a brand: thoughtful exposure and, on the social side, being everywhere that potential clients and competitors might be. From having a great online presence through your website and social media pages, to regularly releasing insightful thought leadership pieces through third-party publications, to hosting

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Aug 3, 2016

Newsjacking 101: How To Tap into What’s Trending to Secure Client Coverage

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You may remember the terribly embarrassing (yet admittedly hilarious) moment when Steve Harvey named the Colombian beauty, Ariadna Gutiérrez, Miss Universe 2015. Social media immediately erupted with funny memes mocking the host’s egregious flub, like “Happy Friday! … no, wait sorry, it’s Monday. My bad.” Poor Ariadna cried with shock, sadness and humiliation as the

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