Time JumperDid I tell you the news? WUL is going on vacation for two weeks. Yes! I’ll fill you in when I get back, but I am so excited to get some R&R!

Here’s the thing, though; we still want to provide you with useful content. So for your edification, this week’s roundup has a selection of timeless posts (at least, I think so) that we’ve shared through the years. All nicely wrapped up in a single week’s roundup. You’re welcome.

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1. A PR Time Capsule Can Take You Back to the Future

Why: Kevin Dugan shares PR strategies from William G. Werner who founded the Public Relations department at Proctor & Gamble over 40 years ago and how they are still relevant in today’s business world.

2.  The International: Taking Social Media Overseas

Why: In this guest post for WUL, Melissa Woodson gives readers guidance on creating a solid international social media strategy.

3. The Importance of Meeting Clients and Prospects on Their Own Turf

Why: In a business environment where more and more of our work is done virtually, Joanna Pineda opines on why sometimes good old face-to-face meetings are the best strategy.

4. Social Heresy 101: Not every small biz needs a social strategy

Why: With so much talk about social media and the impact it has on gaining more customers, it’s easy to feel like every business should have a social strategy. Jen Zingsheim dispels this myth.

5. If you wait for all the lights to turn green, you’ll never leave the house

Why: Mary Deming Barber discusses the importance of a flexible business strategy and how it can create opportunity in unexpected situations.

6. Begin Anywhere

Why: Valeria Maltoni shares her mantra, one that can be applied to business and life.

7. Sweeping out the dark, ugly corner of Public Relations

Why: Often times the PR profession is potrayed in a negative light. Shel Holtz discusses one of the best ways to improve PR’s own image.

Is there a timeless strategy that you employ in your daily business or personal life? If so, please share in the comments below.

Shonali Burke
Founder and publisher of Waxing UnLyrical, Shonali Burke helps purpose-driven brands bring big ideas to life. She teaches at The Johns Hopkins University, has gone back to school herself with the Harvard Business Analytics Program, and is creator/lead instructor at The Social PR Virtuoso® online training hub , where ambitious PR pros learn how to unleash their inner Social PR superheroes. Owned by Lola the Basset Hound, she's mad about ABBA, bacon, cooking, dogs, and Elvis, though not necessarily in that order. Wouldn't you like to be in her kitchen?
Shonali Burke
Shonali Burke