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Jul 12 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: PR In Your Pajamas

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by Thomas Hynes

 

PR In Your Pajamas is a cute name. It's a cute image. But, more likely than not, it's a real requirement of the job. In other words, public relations is an all the time job. It never sleeps. Crisis communications won't wait for you to change into your business casual attire. It may not require constant attention, but when it does need tending, the clothes you're wearing don't matter at all.

Elena Verlee is the voice behind PR In Your Pajamas. As you might expect, she's a PR professional. And as you might expect, the blog is full of helpful, thoughtful, and often funny information. Take for example, this post where she points out how to use LinkedIn for public relations. And here, she outlines over a dozen ways to get likes on Facebook. The site also delves into some of the funnier sides of the profession. Here she illustrates some signs your pr sucks. And here she runs down some of the worst social media failures of 2012.

Elena may be a professional. And, again, she truly is. Just take a look at her resume. You'll be impressed. Still, she knows that there is a lighter side to this industry. This may be a blog about her work. But, it's still really enjoyable. You could even read it in your pajamas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reader's Comments

Elena

Hi Thomas! Thanks for the shoutout and profile. I thought you'd like to know that the blog was meant for entrepreneurs and those who couldn't afford to hire my agency Cross Border PR - and since a lot of entrepreneurs work from home in their pajamas...PR in Your Pajamas was a way to make the subject of PR more approachable! And yes, I often work in my pajamas! Elena

http://www.crossborderpr.com

Posted at 04:44 ET on Jul 16, 2012 by Elena

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