By: Rachel Schultz “A potential friend (connection), is only a hello away” – Paul Liebau, Canadian Best-Selling Author I remember when I was a sophomore in college, there was this tall, dark-haired man who visited my track practices. Drew was a 32-year-old man who had an attention-getting smile. After many random appearances, I began to …
The game has changed. Written material is on its way out and its replacement? Video content. With the numbers on its side, it’s no surprise people prefer this fresher form of content over its older, outdated counterpart. Keep reading to see why and how you can take advantage of this movement before it’s too late. … Continue reading Lights, Camera, Action: Video Conversions in 2021
By: Maxlyn Wilbanks When you first think of public relations, what do you think of? When I began my degree, I thought of all the negative aspects of PR and wasn’t sure it was the right choice for me. However, as I am about to graduate from UCM, I have realized how much my perspective … Continue reading Oh, the People You’ll Meet!
By: Faith Ford TikTok, is a massively popular app that lets users create and share videos up to 60 seconds long. At least that’s the Dictionary.com definition of the content creation app that started to gain social media users’ attention around 2018. So how did TikTok get to where it is today? And what does … Continue reading TikTok and The Race to Join Emerging Social Platforms
By: Sebastian Szczurowski While it seems like social media has been around for a very long time, it has actually only been popular for barely a decade now. With the steady rise of social media over the past few years many companies have been able to strengthen their position in the marketplace by using it … Continue reading The Social Media Benefit in the Public Relations Industry
By: Shayna Polly The United States Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett, the fifth woman in history to serve on the Supreme Court, on Oct. 26, 2020. The Girl Scouts, front runner in the business of girl power, tweeted to congratulate Barrett, accompanied by a photograph of all five women who have served. The Girl Scouts … Continue reading Girl Scout Tweet: Political or Patterned?
By Ashleigh Horn There’s no denying that each generation is different. Baby Boomers, Generation X, Xennials, Millennials, Generation Z, I’m sure as you read each of these titles, you may have recalled your own thoughts toward each group. During a time where as many as five different generations are working together in the workplace, it’s … Continue reading Generation Z: the “Changemaker” Generation
By: Sarah Arnett Searching for a job can be overwhelming, no matter what stage of your career you are in. “Where do I start? Do I have what it takes to find a good job? How can I set myself up for success? How am I supposed to find a job if I am not … Continue reading Tips for Navigating the Job Market
By: Myah Duncan “Your personal brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room.” -Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon Actively branding yourself via social media can go a lot further than a resume and cover letter when it comes to getting a first internship or job. It can also keep … Continue reading Online Personal Branding for the College Professional