31 Replies to “Career Advice: Breaking into the PR Industry”

  1. I can handle it. I was in the U.S. Army almost 9 years. We worked long hours and change was normal. At least I’ll be working with fashion instead of guns. lol

  2. This video was extremely helpful! I am about to start my last year of high school and the administrators at my school do not know very many things about the PR industry so I’m glad this video was here to help me on my research path :)

  3. Having been in the business for more than 40 years, and having taught public relations and marketing in undergraduate and MBA programs on Long Island, permit me to toss in my two cents worth of opinion: First and foremost, if you want to get into public relations, make sure you are an excellent writer–i.e., you’re able to write letters, proposals, speeches, and press releases, at the very least. And if you’re not a good writer, get one to help you do it! Learn all you can about marketing public relations, and start thinking creatively–i.e., start thinking of how to promote anything and anybody you come across. Have a good liberal arts education, but realize many of your clients and prospects may be in health care, technology, computers, etc….So you better have a handle on topics and issues in these areas as well!

  4. Your have the most helpful channel in the world. I really wanted to be a fashion PR but after this video I know it’s definitely the right choice for me. But I do have one reservation. Is it common for a male to be in this industry? 

  5. Thank you so much I’ve been looking for something like this. I’ve been set on getting into PR for a while now, but just needed a little bit more info. 

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