August 7th, 2016
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Hello from Muck Rack, where you can get a snapshot of what journalists around the world are reading, thinking and commenting on right now.

PR pros- when it comes to career paths, you have a lot of options. From agency life to corporate to solo PR, you can certainly learn a ton about the industry from each path. Read on to check out contributor Michelle Vroom's breakdown after experiencing all three, 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

A tale of three public relations career paths: agency, corporate and solo PR

"Maybe you’re at a crossroads in your career. Hear from someone who has experienced agency, corporate AND solo PR to see how they stack up against one another." (Tweet it)

Five AP stylebook rules media writers should ignore

"Despite what some may think, not all changes or rules are good. In fact, there are some AP Style rules that writers choose to shun." (Tweet it)


New 'Walking Dead' trailer has Journalist Reach of nearly 10 million

"According to Muck Rack's Coverage Report platform that analyzes how coverage on a topic is being shared, articles about the trailer have accumulated a journalist reach of over 9.8 million." (Tweet it)

Five worthwhile ways to spend those idle summer hours

"If you find yourself with some extra hours during these dog days of summer, here are some thoughts on how to spend that time in the office." (Tweet it)


#MuckRackCafe with Meena Thiruvengadam

"In July's #MuckRackCafe Twitter interview, we chatted with Meena Thiruvengadam, Head of Audience Development at Business Insider." (Tweet it)

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