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  • Feb 14

    In Love with Tech PR: Why This is the Best Industry to Start Your Comms Career

    By Nicole Metro

    The year was 2015 and I was just a fresh-faced college grad looking for a full-time marketing gig when I found Version 2.0. Admittedly, I had little (okay, honestly, zero) experience in tech PR, but based on what I knew about the field and what Version 2.0 had to offer, [...] READ MORE

  • Jan 27

    3 Easy Ways To Maximize Your Personal Brand

    By Sarah McCormick

    Heading into 2017, every PR professional knows that scouring the news is a critically important part of your job (and a topic that’s been covered time and time again on this blog). Whether it’s watching The Today Show, checking your social media feeds or reading the daily headlines of the [...] READ MORE

  • Sep 22

    Tips for Landing your First Job in PR

    By Megan Driscoll

    September marks more than just back-to-school time — it’s also the time of year when people reset. In fact, according to a recent piece in the Wall Street Journal, September marks the month where people vow to change how they live — even more so than January. In addition to [...] READ MORE

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