How Journalists are Using Social Media
Social media relations provides opportunities for public relations
NEW YORK, June 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Many journalists have embedded social media into their daily routines, using networks like Twitter and Facebook to gather news, find story ideas and build audiences for the content they publish. Public relations practices need to keep step with these changes in news production. Today on the Beyond PR blog we discuss how professional media and bloggers are using social media, and the opportunities PR professionals can find in "social media relations."
The Beyond PR blog highlights communications tactics and trends in public relations, investor relations, social media, SEO and content marketing.
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