Posts by John_Blue:

Jen Walker – Relationships of Animals, Farmers, Consumers, and Activists

Posted by John Blue on July 21, 2014 in Updates

Jen Walker with Dean Foods, shares her thoughts on dairy stewardship. She offers several stories that help people understand the relationship between farmers who produce milk , consumers, and activists....

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Bob Giblin – Getting Your “Accredited in Public Relations” (APR) Credential

Posted by John Blue on July 21, 2014 in Updates

Are you interested in getting your Accredited in Public Relations (APR) credential? Bob Giblin, Manager for Global Marketing and Communications for ABS Global, shares the steps ARC members can take...

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Margaret Fogarty – Public Relations Has Changed

Posted by John Blue on April 22, 2014 in Updates

Do you remember blast faxing a press release to your media list? Margaret Fogarty, National Communications Director with the Farm Credit System, shares some thoughts on public relations, the changes...

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Webinar: Critics in the Online Sphere

Posted by John Blue on April 01, 2014 in Member-benefit&Updates&Webinar

The webinar titled Critics In The Online Sphere is now available. Janice Person, Director, Social Media, Monsanto Company, shares her experience of how to handle online critics. She also shares...

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ARC Website Spring 2014 Updates

Posted by John Blue on April 01, 2014 in Updates

Part one of the ARC website update was completed at the end of January. This update included an update to WordPress with a responsive design theme. This new look also...

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What is new for ARC Website in 2014?

Posted by John Blue on February 05, 2014 in Updates

As I mentioned in the last ARCLight newsletter, the ARC website is being updated in Q1 2014. The release of the changes to the website will start with the move...

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How Can You Be Better at Public Relations?

Posted by John Blue on June 14, 2013 in Uncategorized

Can you be great at public relations (PR)? Absolutely. But it takes practice and experience. To be really great at PR means gaining experience on hard hitting issues. Along the way...

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