4 Must-Read Blogs for PR Professionals

By Kristin Soo Hoo, Treasurer

The public relations industry rapidly evolves with new technology, ideas and trends every day. While balancing school, work, personal and social activities, how are you supposed to find time to read about the latest PR news? Just squeeze in a few minutes each day to browse through the four must-read PR blogs listed below (or at least follow their social media updates).

1. Mediabistro’s PRNewser 

PR newser


PRNewser writes about relevant news, pop culture, events, research and jobs from the private side of public relations. It focuses on the rise of social media, as well as a steady stream of pitches, accounts, successes, and crises.

2. PRWeek’s The Cycle 

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The Cycle features discussions and perspectives from PRWeek’s editorial team on how the latest marketing, business, political, and cultural news impact the PR industry. It takes an analytical and formal approach, highlighting the largest and most well-known agencies in the country.

3. The PR News Blog

PR news blog



The PR News Blog offers interesting opinion and dialogue on topics such as social media, digital marketing, events, and media relations. Run by four PR experts, it serves as a significant resource for those striving to learn the best PR practices.

4. Mashable 





Mashable is a popular source for news, information and resources for the “Connected Generation.” Its topics include social media, technology, business, entertainment, U.S. & world, lifestyle, water cooler and jobs. It presents a wide range of real-time stories in engaging and fun ways, which is ideal for young professionals who are constantly on-the-go.

To explore more blogs, check out Cision Blog’s Top 50 Public Relations Blogs.

What is your favorite industry blog or website?


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