September 4th, 2016
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Break out the tissues, PR pros! Monthly Muck Rack contributor Michelle Garrett details nine things that reduce PR pros to a puddle of tears. Read on for more, plus some of our other popular posts from the Muck Rack blog over the past few weeks.

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Muck Rack's Top Blog Picks

Nine things that make PR people want to cry

"As with any career, there are 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." (Tweet it)

Perfecting the pitch: 26,000 pitches reveal what editors want

"Our team recently analyzed 26,988 pitches to determine what piques an editor’s interest, specifically when it comes to subject lines and introductions." (Tweet it)

Better ways for PR pros & journalists to make the most of HARO

"Here are a few tips for public relations professionals and journalists to help ensure both are getting the most out of their HARO relationship." (Tweet it)

#MuckRackCafe with Chris Krewson

"Every month, Muck Rack hosts #MuckRackCafe, a 30-minute live journalist Q&A on Twitter. In August, we chatted with Chris Krewson, editor of Billy Penn." (Tweet it)

Three more things PR bosses should stop doing

"This is the second part of a two-part series about PR bosses and some habits they should curb. Here are three MORE things bosses should stop doing." (Tweet it)

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