G3 Communications is seeking a full time editor to manage our DemandGen Report publication. http://www.demandgenreport.com The ideal candidate will have a strong background in journalism, as well as experience/classes in writing and online media. Experience in business and marketing is a plus, as the publication is focused on Business-to-Business (B2B) sales and marketing. Recent grads encouraged to apply, but we’d ideally like someone with 1-3 years of experience in blogging and/or digital journalism. Amanda F. Batista Associate Editor | G3 Communications Publishers of DemandGen Report, Retail TouchPoints and Channel Marketer Report 201.257.8528 ext. 201 firstname.lastname@example.org Continue reading G3 Communications hiring: full-time editor
This article also appears on http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/12011.aspx Are you an achiever or someone who unwittingly self-sabotages your career? As a former agency executive, mentor and now professor I love to hear success stories from graduates and past colleagues. I also frequently am contacted by panicked graduates and former colleagues who have not yet found their way professionally. Over the years, I’ve noticed several commonalities between those who achieve success and those who flounder. Here is what I’ve learned. Grades matter….but not as much as you’d think. Students with the highest G.P.A.’s aren’t necessarily those who are the most successful. In fact, those who solely focused on … Continue reading ent, Achiever or career self-sabotager? Lessons from both…
View my article also on PR Daily http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/11955.aspx I’ve tested all of these stress-busting tips in my professional career…they work! Public relations is a fast-paced, deadline-oriented industry. The rigors of balancing multiple projects for several clients and colleagues can be overwhelming, especially early in your career. I shed a few tears and was stressed, scared, and overwhelmed from time to time in the early days of my agency and corporate career. However, I did learn a few lessons and created some techniques that helped make me a more focused, poised, and subsequently more productive and happy professional. Here are a few … Continue reading How to handle PR stress and have a happier life!
Popstar! Magazine Editorial Internship Unpaid Internship – Company Name/Publication: Popstar! Publications Location: Paramus, NJ Time requested: 2-5 days a week Description: Popstar! Magazine is a top-selling teen entertainment magazine on newsstands. We are searching for enthusiastic and pop-culture savvy interns to work with our editorial department during the summer semester. Responsibilities include transcribing celebrity interviews, researching stories, responding to reader mail, and working closely with the editors on stories in entertainment, real life, beauty, and fashion. Additional opportunities include conducting interviews, generating news items and blogging for Popstaronline.com, and updating our Twitter and Facebook pages. Internships are unpaid but can be … Continue reading Popstar Magazine IMMEDIATE INTERNSHIP
As a panelist at our June 19 event, I’m personally inviting you to join our June 19 6-8pm M.A. Professional Communication information session. If you are even slightly considering graduate school you should come! Admission is free, a light dinner will be served and should you choose to apply to our graduate program, the $50 graduate application fee is waived. Additionally, you can take a class or two w/out the graduate entrance exams. Upcoming courses include: Leadership & Teamwork, Professional Writing, Strategic PR Management and Technology & Integrated Communication. Click on this link to get more information and to check … Continue reading M.A. Professional Communication Expert Panel & Information Session