PR News Announces Google Boot Camp for Communications Pros

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PR News' one-day Google Boot Camp for Communicators will take place on July 15 in New York City; early bird rate ends June 19.

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PR News has developed an intensive full-day boot camp for communications and PR professionals seeking a foundational grasp of Google’s capabilities. The PR News Google Boot Camp for Communicators, which will be held at the Yale Club in New York City on July 15, 2014, is programmed to be an educational springboard for PR practitioners and communicators who are looking to leverage Google for their brand. Starting at 8 a.m. and ending at 3:30 p.m., this focused training will provide critical tools, strategies and insights that communicators need to take their Google efforts to the next level in today’s communications environment. The early bird rate ends June 19, 2014.

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Boot camp trainers include professionals from the Google team as well as organizations including Westat, The Nature Conservancy, Century 21 Real Estate and more. Participants will be trained on how to make Google work for their brand. The Google Boot Camp for Communicators will include breakfast, lunch and a networking reception. Attendees will also receive a certificate of completion.

The PR News Google Boot Camp is an information-packed event that is sure to sell out weeks in advance. Register now at The early bird rate ends June 19.

For questions regarding this boot camp, contact PR News’ Saun Sayamongkhun at saun(at)accessintel(dot)com. For sponsorship information, contact PR News Senior Vice President & Group Publisher Diane Schwartz at dschwartz(at)accessintel(dot)com.

PR News is a daily intellectual hub that serves the communications and marketing community at corporations, agencies and nonprofits. The PR News group focuses on honing and growing PR practitioners' skills in social media, crisis management, digital PR, measurement, employee relations, media training, CSR and writing through its flagship newsletter, webinars, conferences, awards programs, workshops and guidebooks. With the launch of its weekly newsletter over 70 years ago, PR News has remained dedicated to supporting the growth of communicators all while keeping them abreast of the latest news affecting the industry. For more information, please visit


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