PRW Blog Post IV Responses

Re’Biana T https://rebianat.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/twitter-and-facebook-asset-or-liability-to-the-pr-profession/comment-page-1/#comment-14 I love your thoughts on this topic! I really enjoyed the example of you being a blogger and PR reps contacting you via social media to spread the word about their products. It just goes to show that social media is important in increasing brand/product awareness and popularity! Tara Hammock https://tarahammock.wordpress.com/2017/04/04/its-bittersweet-but-its-just-a-tweet/comment-page-1/#comment-39 I…

PR Writing Blog Post IV

In some cases, social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook can be a liability. It is very important for companies to hire people who know how to properly use social media to said company’s advantage. I definitely believe that such sites are ultimately an asset to the public relations profession. Social media is such…

(PR Writing) Blog III Responses

Response to Tara Hammock  https://tarahammock.wordpress.com/2017/03/28/the-hard-life-of-trumps-media-adviser/ I absolutely agree with your points made about Trump’s Twitter. As someone who is so highly in power, he should act professional and not as carelessly as he does. He tweets things without even thinking about it and having someone in charge of that is beneficial and smart. I also…

Blog III: Managing a President’s Image

I believe that having social media accounts is both a positive and negative aspect of society today.  Social media accounts can open your eyes to the type of people public figures actually are (or at least who they want you to think they are). This is great for celebrities you’re trying to keep up with,…

(PR Writing) Your Job Blog Post Responses

Chloe McLellan Chloe, this is a great post! I am also currently in retail and I have zero intentions of sticking with it. However, we are so lucky to have found jobs in Statesboro that we actually enjoy. We’re blessed to work for companies that don’t make working any more difficult than it should be….

(PR Writing) My job: A Means to an End

As a college student who is faced with paying for everything themselves including rent, groceries, and maintaining a somewhat interesting social life, having a job has been a priority since I turned 16 and was able to work. I have been fortunate enough to have never received a job I didn’t enjoy. I’ve dabbled with…

Diversity Blog Responses

Prof. Cross, Here are the links of the blogs I replied to. Chloe McLellan Comment: I agree with the point you made on not hiding what makes us different as individuals and that differences should be celebrated throughout our lives and integrated into the work place. I believe that diversity in the work place should always…

PR Writing: Diversity

Diversity is becoming more and more critical in everyday life, especially within the workplace. A diverse workplace provides a wider variety of services and is more adaptable to changes and differences. However, diversity can also cause problems due to differences in language, culture, or even differences between generations. An understanding of the differences between different…

Final Blog

I am at a complete loss of words over how fast this semester has gone. Honestly, I could probably cry tears of joy. This has been the most difficult and challenging semester for me thus far and I feel as if I have not done as well in my courses as I usually do. So…

Give Thanks

I know that Christmas often takes the award for #1 favorite holiday. And while I love everything that comes along with Christmas, the decorations, songs, movies, etc, Thanksgiving is always a holiday I’ve held close to my heart. My family lives 12 hours away in Louisiana, so it’s always the time of the year I…

Homecoming

Ahh I absolutely love Homecoming week!! Which is made obvious in my lack of participating in anything this week. I have failed myself. I am in Kappa Delta, so of course I promoted our candidate on social and I did go and support at the Doodah dance. Unfortunately though, I won’t be participating in the…