So Long, Farewell

November 25, 2007 at 4:50 pm 2 comments

I would like to take this post to say goodbye, for now. The blogging part of my class project is over, and I only have a few other things to do before I turn it in for the final grade.

I was nervous about doing this, but it’s been a good experience. The last eight weeks have gone fast, and I’ve enjoyed writing and researching for the blog. It’s a good way to connect with others in the industry, and I learned a lot. Writing and promoting a blog is a lot of work, but it’s worth it.

I am by no means an expert at this like some of the others on my blogroll, but I would like to try my hand at it again someday. I’d do it again after I’ve gained more experience in the PR industry. I would feel more comfortable talking about public relations once I’ve learned more about it myself.

I want to thank those of you who read my blog, especially those who left comments. I hope I have been able to help you in some way, and that you’ll look for me in the blogosphere in the future!


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Putting it all Together

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  • 1. Noah Grieco  |  November 25, 2007 at 6:24 pm


    Nice conclusion to a great blog! You’ve compiled a good number of tips that PR students and new PR practitioners can use to advance themselves and the profession.


  • 2. Cassandra Renner  |  November 29, 2007 at 6:32 pm


    This was a really great blog with useful tips to anyone pursuing a public relations career. I found your entry about choosing a minor to be a huge sigh of relief. Because public relations is widely used, there are many different career paths one can choose. Definitely minoring in something you enjoy is a great tip of advice.

    The blog entry about the Bad Pitch Blog was very insightful, thanks for the heads up. I think that this idea of rating and reviewing PR practitioners for public scrutiny is a good idea to keep PR practitioners on top of their game.

    I was wondering if you were going to upkeep this blog in the future to give tips of advice once you begin your career. I think you have accumulated a great deal of useful information for beginning PR professionals, and that would be great if you could continue it in the future.
    Best of luck in your future endeavors,
    Cassandra Renner

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