Hemal Jhavari of USA Today

“Let Go of the Results” and Other Tips for Embracing Change and Failure in the New Year

Hemal Jhaveri is no stranger to the unconventional. As senior social media editor for USA Today Sports, she tweets and writes stories about the sports world – and namely her love of hockey. But, while Jhaveri’s found herself in a decidedly fitting role, “it wasn’t even a pipe dream,” she says.  Apart from the fact that social media jobs…

Career Crossroads: How-To and Fiction Author Discusses Keys to Book Writing Success

Join us each month for Career Crossroads, a look at how journalists, bloggers, and freelancers are adapting to changes in their media careers. Catch up on previous installments at bit.ly/careercrossroads and access job opportunities and other free media tools on PR Newswire for Journalists. When it comes to writing, author and journalist Paula McCoy-Pinderhughes (@awomansgame)…

3 Reasons Journalists Should Try Content Marketing

Journalists know how to find story angles that hook their readers emotionally, while abiding by a strict code of conduct that preserves the integrity of the publications they represent. Marketers are recognizing that these skills are also beneficial to their brands’ sales cycles, where editorial content is becoming more effective at engaging audiences than bullhorn advertising.…

Career Crossroads: AP Staffer Follows Curiosity From Writer/Storyteller to Corporate Com

Join us each month for Career Crossroads, a look at how journalists, bloggers, and freelancers are adapting to the changes in their media careers. Catch up on previous installments at bit.ly/careercrossroads and access job opportunities and other free media tools on PR Newswire for Journalists. Journalism was recently dealt a blow. According to a study conducted by…

Career Crossroads: 4 Reasons Journalists Make Excellent Brand Communicators

Join us on the third Wednesday of every month for Career Crossroads, a look at how journalists, bloggers, and freelancers are adapting to the changes in their media careers. Catch up on previous installments at bit.ly/careercrossroads and access job opportunities and other free media tools on PR Newswire for Journalists. There comes a time in everyone’s career…