Get a Public Relations Job or
Start a Public Relations Business
having an exciting, high paying job that lets you use your
creativity to communicate with the public. Welcome to public relations
relations consultants provide communication services for all types of
companies in entertainment, finance, fashion, health care,
high tech, publishing, sports, retail, tourism and many
public relations consultant (also known as a "publicist"), your
client or employer may give you an exciting challenge such as:
one of these challenges, you will come up with solutions to inform,
influence or persuade people.
have an event coming up. How can we get people to attend?
How can we make our new movie a blockbuster hit?
How can we get our book onto the bestseller list?
How can we get more publicity?
How can we persuade people to buy our new product?
How can we get more people to donate money to our charity?
How can we convince people to vote for our candidate?
have an emergency situation. How can we quickly communicate what
people should do?
How can we get people to invest in our company?
How do we improve our industry's public image?
Those solutions may involve communication techniques such as getting
publicity in the media (television, radio, newspapers, Internet,
etc.) and organizing public events.
There are few
careers that offer so many benefits. Public relations consultants say
there is a huge sense of satisfaction in planning a public relations project
and seeing the results. Part of the thrill in public relations is
being an insider behind the scenes and getting the real story.
If you are
self-employed public relations consultant you might get paid $50 per hour
to promote special events or earn up to $200 per hour to consult
with business executives.
As a public
relations consultant you will likely work with many interesting and
important people. Some public relations consultants work with
celebrities. Even popular television shows, such as Sex and the City
and The West Wing, feature characters working in public relations.
It's no wonder public relations is seen as a glamorous career.
as you have the desire, you can become a
public relations consultant.
If you want to be a freelance public relations consultant or start your own
public relations consulting business, no degree is required.
If you would like to be paid to provide public relations consulting
services, the FabJob Guide to Become a
Public Relations Consultant is for you! In
this e-book you will discover how you can get started and succeed in
the exciting career of public relations consulting.
you are looking to promote yourself or your own business, this guide
offers tips and techniques to promote yourself with free media publicity.
Lynne Bliss has more than 10 years of public relations experience and
is the owner of a successful public relations agency. In this guide she
shares with you her own experiences as well as insider tips and
expert advice from other successful public relations consultants.
guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to become
a public relations consultant, including: