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Top 20 Blog Posts of 2016

December 26th, 2016 · No Comments

Top 20 Culpwrit Blog Posts of 2016

Top 20 Culpwrit Blog Posts of 2016

Culpwrit begins its 10th year in 2017 as one of the leading PR blogs in most official rankings, but the measure I care most about comes from the notes and social media engagement of readers. If you haven’t done so already, please be sure to subscribe to the Culpwrit RSS feed and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Here are the top 20 Culpwrit blog posts of 2016:

  1. Confessions of a PR Student
  2. Networking Tips for Indy or Anywhere
  3. Career Capsule: IPR CEO Cites Family, Friends & Mentors
  4. PR Apprenticeships Aim to Increase Diversity
  5. 5 Things to Know About Doing Your Own Thing
  6. Jane Dvorak Commutes 12 Steps to Her Dream Job
  7. Latinos and PR: A Need for More Inclusion
  8. Back to School: Time to Get Involved
  9. It’s Not About The Awards
  10. Thank You for Going The Extra Mile
  11. DePaul Grad Students Win Top Honors With Starbucks Case Study
  12. Intern Keys to Success
  13. 4 College Excuses That Don’t Fly in the Workplace
  14. Diversity & Inclusion Takes Center Stage at PRSA
  15. Warren Buffett’s 5 Secrets of Communications
  16. Bottom Line to a Successful Career: 10 Tips
  17. Developing Your Own Sense of PR Ethics
  18. Embracing Change: A Career Capsule Interview with LimeGreen Moroch CEO Michon Ellis
  19. Advice to Communications Professionals Who Aspire to Rule the Universe: Read
  20. Omnicom’s Karen Van Bergen Says Trust Your Gut

Thanks to the old and new friends who shared their career advice and insights. Because of you, this blog has never missed a week without a new post. Other than commercial sites, this may be a record. With your continued engagement and reader support, we’ll keep that record going in 2017.

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