Four reasons you should follow PR In Your Pajamas

By: Rachel Dwornick

Source: depaulmediarelations.com

Source: depaulmediarelations.com

We all know following career blogs are important, but finding blogs that are interesting and will be useful in your career can be difficult. Here are four reasons I believe you should follow the blog PR In Your Pajamas.

1.  Tips and Tricks
PR in Your Pajamas is a great resource for finding tips and tricks to use in your career, like how to write press releases or why your company needs a Pinterest account. This is important for anyone looking for new ideas to try out at work. One of the main reasons I love PR In Your Pajamas is because of the tips and tricks blogs they post. They are always informative and helpful.

2.  College, college, college
There couldn’t be a better time than in college to start following PR In Your Pajamas. They post advice on how to get internships and important lessons college classes don’t teach you. PR In Your Pajamas is a great learning tool for any PR major.

3. Updates
If you ever need to find new ways to use social media or learn how PR is changing, PR In Your Pajamas is a great tool. They give great advice on how to use social media in the 21st century and other ways PR is evolving. This is important for anyone wanting to continue to grow and expand his or her education even after graduation.

4. More Than PR
While PR In Your Pajamas is a great blog and tool for any PR major, it is also great for any college student or entrepreneur. They provide useful tips and tricks that anyone could use. PR In Your Pajamas is all around a great blog to follow.

Rachel Dwornick is a senior at Eastern Michigan University studying public relations with a minor in communications. She holds the position of Member Relations in PRSSA and is an active member of Alpha Xi Delta. Follow her on Twitter at @racheldwornick.

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