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Five Trends for PR Pros to Watch in 2020 & Why They Matter

Five Trends for PR Pros to Watch in 2020 & Why They Matter

We’re in the midst of full-blown, end-of-year craziness here at Caster with CES on the horizon, ISE not far behind it, and of course, managing year-end closeout and preparing and setting goals for 2020. As we wind down 2019 and look ahead to the coming decade, I wanted to reflect on trends that we’ve seen […]

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Explaining PR to your friends and family who don’t do PR

A holiday season gathering wouldn’t be complete without a family member asking what you do for a living. And if you work in public relations, the conversation has probably gone a little like this: “What do you do for a living?” “I work in public relations!”  “Wait, do you cover up scandals for a living?” […]

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Three Lessons I’ve learned As A PR assistant

After graduating from college, it’s easy to feel like a little fish in a big pond. This past May after I crossed the URI quad to receive my diploma, I remember thinking “I did it! – so now what?” Luckily, I was able to score my first real PR job at Caster. In September I […]

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The End-of-Year PR Agency Hustle

Last week I posted on LinkedIn about what the last 50 days of the year look like for a Tech PR pro. The short story: It’s a tough time of year. The last 50 days are what I call, “the end-of-year PR agency hustle.” We’re simultaneously trying to prove the value of what we did […]

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No Business Is Too Small to Make Headlines with Case Studies

In a crowded media landscape, case studies capture an editor’s attention. Caster writes case studies for many of our clients, pitching them for placement, using them to showcase work on client websites, and using them to book interviews on the topic – and our clients’ marketing teams continue to see momentum in campaigns and on […]

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