How to craft your PR strategies for fall

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By Mihaela Lica-Butler  This article can be found here
PR pros don’t change their strategies with the seasons; they just improve their menus with fresh ingredients that spice up conversations, trigger public interest, and add value to a storyline.

All business owners should take advantage of holidays to reach out to established and potential consumers, and to appeal to stakeholders and the media.

This fall, harvest some season-fresh ideas to keep you ahead of the competition. Aside from the usual giveaways, discounts, and packages, here some things to consider:

Pinterest is a gold mine

The best way to find inspiration is to look for themed boards on Pinterest: They show fancy interior decorations, quirky cooking ideas, costumes, art, activities for young and old, and even contests. Use these ideas—without plagiarizing them—to develop your own PR strategies and even design campaigns for giveaways and autumn deals. My favorite boards include this

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Why women dominate PR

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That women are so prevalent in the public relations business should be news to no one (especially frequent visitors to this site).

It’s a fact that women comprise 63 percent of PR specialist roles and 59 percent of PR management positions, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, many believe that females are underrepresented at the C-level in PR.

Why? Why are there so many more women working in PR than men?

The Atlantic gave reporter Olga Khazan 3,700-plus words to answer that question in a piece that was published last week. Khazan interviewed 10 women who work in public relations to help find the answer.

It’s worth your time to chew on the whole thing, but we’ll hit a few highlights for you below:

  • The media paints a glamorous picture of what comprises a female PR professional’s life. According to…

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Anatomy of the 21st Century slave

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Student Minister Ava Muhammad

WASHINGTON  – History prides itself on those few individuals who are recognized by their peers as one of the world’s most gifted speakers because of their unyielding love for freedom, an unending quest for justice for “the least of these,” and an ongoing commitment to truth. That is exactly what more than 400 people who gathered at Muhammad Mosque No. 4 heard from Sister Minister Ava Muhammad, student National Spokesperson for the Nation of Islam and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.

“The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has taught us in the course of study titled, Self-Development: The Basis for Community Development, that we are not born into the brain of God, but we are born into the mind of God,” said Student Minister Ava. She went on to explain the difference between the two and that they are not one in the same.

“Brain is the…

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