3 Major Players in Public Relations

1. Joan Stewart also known as the Publicity Hound is a huge voice in Public Relations on Twitter. Stewart teaches people how to use traditional and social media to promote basically anything. She provides advice and opinions on how publicity can establish your credibility, enhance your reputation, sell products, promote a cause, and establish your company. Stewart is an excellent source as she provides endless information on the ins and outs of public relations.

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2. Sarah Evans is known as a PR influencer, master, and recent entrepreneur of Sevan’s Strategy. Evans is a blogger at Sarah’s Faves and President at Sevan’s Strategy. She can be seen in the February 2010 edition of Vanity Fair’s America’s Tweethearts, Forbes’ 14 Power Women to Follow on Twitter and Entrepreneur’s Top 10 Hot Startups of 2010. Evans is very involved in the Public Relations and Communications Industry and her blog provides tons of useful tips and advice about the industry.

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 3. Todd Defren is a principal at Shift Communciations, a hybrid PR firm which was named “New Media Agency of the Year” in 2008 and “Agency of the Year” in 2007. The company works with clients such as Quiznos, Jim Beam Brands, and Wells Fargo. Defren’s blog, PR-Squared is routinely among the top 50 blogs on AdAge’s Power150. Defren is also featured on several twitter lists and is shown on Top 10 PR people to follow on twitter. Defren blogs all about Public Relations and can be seen as an inspiration for working with such large companies.

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