Utah is most often known for skiing, Mormons, large families and national parks. In recent years, the beehive state has also made huge steps towards becoming an economic powerhouse by using very specific PR strategies. As a result, Utah has been voted as the best
Start-up companies start out small. That’s the way every business works. So how do you build awareness for your brand when all of your staff could carpool to work in the same car? Many start-up companies don’t have the funds to hire a firm or designated employee to do its public relations
James Collard is a public relations student from Kaysville, Utah. He recently finished an internship with the Public Affairs Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and is currently working as writer on BYU’s College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences marketing team. James is the type of person that enjoys travelling and exploring new places; unfortunately, time and finances don’t always allow him to do those things. In those cases, James turns to Netflix to bring him happiness.
Masters of manipulation. Spin doctors. Both terms refer to those working in public relations, but neither one really gets the whole picture – at least not in the correct “frame,” anyway.
The public relations industry is often accused of “spin” and “manipulation.” PR’s bad
Don’t we all wish we could have a guidebook to help us figure out our relationships? Maybe just a quick warning ahead of time about the type of person we’re about to get involved with?
Well boys, if you’re dating, or about to date a public relations girl, you’re in the right place.
Maddie Butler is a Public Relations student at BYU pursuing her interests in strategic branding and social media. She has a passion for the work she does and loves the exposure public relations gives her to different industries and career paths. Maddie has a passion for social media and branding and enjoys every opportunity she has to learn new things.