Ever feel like you’re on information overload? Finding the time to keep up-to-date on industry trends and tips can be challenging. Check-in with us each week as we share our top five must-reads in PR and marketing.

If you don’t already follow social media guru Rebekah Radice, add her blog to your must-read list! http://rebekahradice.com/small-business-strategies-to-get-noticed-on-social-media

Public speaking can be nerve-wracking for a variety of reasons. In Women@Forbes this week, Lisa Rabasca Roepe helps readers conquer one major challenge – creating a tangible connection with your audience: 6 Ways To Connect With Your Audience During A Presentation. 

Tracking results via Google Analytics can be beneficial when trying to understand your audience, but the tool can be difficult to navigate at first. Here are a few reports to pay attention to: Google Analytics: 5 Reports You Need to Know About.

How many of us have been distracted by the lists of things successful people do? In Harvard Business Review this week, Emre Soyer and Robin M. Hogarth explain how to be mindful of our own experiences: Stop Reading Lists of Things Successful People Do.

In this week’s ICYMI, the team at The Marketing Zen Group share their tips for writing catchy headlines: 11 Hot Headline Tricks You Can Steal from the Pros.

Happy Reading!

 

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