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Customer Care Professionals Group

This special interest group is where customer care professionals share tactics on how utilities are improving interactions with their customers. 

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Your Utility’s PR Department Should Be Befriending Web/Online Editors

The online versions of print publications should be an area targeted by your utility's public relations department as a possible location for various placements of news and opinion. The bar tends to be lower there.

Keys to Good Utility Writing are Confidence, Being Yourself

There are two ways to the make the writing you do for your utility shine: Be confident in what you write and be yourself -- let your personality show through to some extent.

What to Do, and Not to Do, When Writing a News Release

A primary responsibility of the communicator drafting a news release is to sift through complexity and find the theme or two that aligns with the organization’s brand and prioritizes key messages.

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