Layers of relationship all fresh so far with online friendlie, Mel

The following is a guest post by SoloPR weekly twitter chat colleague, Judy Gombita. A Canadian Public Relations professional, she is also this blog’s first international guest blogger. Many people had primary or secondary school teachers who left an indelible mark and provided unique life lessons; I was blessed to have several such guiding lights as I

Seven Job-Seeking Tips for Generation “R”

College students and recent college grad’s connect with me on a regular basis. Hardly a week goes by that I don’t hear from a rising public relations/communications graduate who wants to learn how to get a job in my chosen profession of communications and public relations.  I always try to make time for them. (I

Save Your Sanity – Tips for Business Owners and Consultants

Editor’s note: This post is from guest blogger Kellye Crane, creator and founder of SoloPR. There’s nothing better than taking charge of your own destiny by being your own boss! But to be successful long-term, it’s important to take steps to preserve your sanity and stay efficient. While it’s tempting to give 110% of yourself