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FREAKING MINDSET: Freakonomics and Think like a Freak by Levitt and Dubbner

The best books are those ones which turn upside down our beliefs, and “Freakonomics” by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubbner really does it. The journalist and the economist promise to show us hidden side of everything, and truly... Continue Reading →

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DISBALANCED POWER: Influencer’s relations in the age of social media

«It's the golden question!» says stylist and fashion journalist Chloe Beeney about the problem of determining the influencers. «Nobody knows the answer». And she is not the only one who sees no real scheme to predict who will be the... Continue Reading →

ART OF MEMORIZING AND OTHER THINGS: Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer

As soon as I read the annotation to the “Moonwalking with Einstein” by Joshua Foer, the same time I’d like to read get the copy. It’s not surprising: the story of a journalist, who could train the memory to win... Continue Reading →

CO-OPERATION ON THE SCREEN: How brands can use product placement effectively?

Product Placement is an easy way not only to advertise the product but also to make a good endorsement for the brand or company if it is placed in the right context for the target audience. From this point of... Continue Reading →

PR JUST FOR PR’S SAKE: How fashion and tech companies attract massive coverage without the real story?

If a special event or PR stunt receives massive coverage, it’s good for the company, it not it? Actually no. PR just for PR’s sake should not exist, as in long-term perspective it does not lead to sales, reputation improvement... Continue Reading →

TALENT GAP: Why PR faces the problem with Human Resources?

I’ve never could imagine that problem of firing new talents is one of the TOP-three problems for PR industry worldwide. The World PR Report 2016 by PRWeek and ICCO reveals, that optimism about talent rates only 5.6 at the Global... Continue Reading →

THE BIG NIGHT FOR PR: How Brands Use Oscar For Promotion?

The Oscar's Night finished a few hours ago, and the publicity machine around it is spinning now as fast as it can, providing curious people with information about best movies, best dresses and main surprises and comme il fauts of... Continue Reading →

CONFLICT OF INTERESTS: The role of media relations

The publicist Paul Graham (2005) describes PR as “a huge, quiet submarine beneath the news”. He reveals to media relations, which have always been the most significant part of the PR duties. I should mention, that the media relations equally... Continue Reading →

DON’T STOP PROCRATINATING: Why distraction helps to find creative ideas in PR

Every time I sit in front of my laptop, working on a study project, an article for the magazine or a new blog post, I find myself half an hour later distracted by social media and newsfeed from my favorite... Continue Reading →

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