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Nine Things that Make PR People Want to Cry
By: Muck Rack
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Cry - verb: to shed tears, especially as an expression of distress or pain.

Public relations is a great profession. There’s variety, excitement and let’s not forget, a chance to have a real impact on an organization’s image and visibility.

But….then, as with any career, there are those days that are less than fabulous. When those moments arise, yes, we want to cry.

Here are nine things that make a PR pro want to break out the tissues.

1. Being called a spinmaster. Sure, we know there are those in PR who give the rest of us a bad name by shilling their client shamelessly; even when they know it isn’t a good fit for the publication, they mercilessly hound reporters. But, many PR pros are skilled at understanding how to bring stories of value to journalists. So, please don’t call us spinmasters. It hurts our feelings.


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This article was published by Muck Rack Daily. A link to the original story follows this post. www.muckrack.com
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