Interview with Ann Handley

Critical Mention

In this interview, she shares her insights into how marketing has changed over time, the most valuable social media channel for marketers and how to make more of an impact as a marketing professional in your community.

Interview with Davis Mallory

Critical Mention

So these were smaller blogs when I wanted to get on MTV and Entertainment Weekly. To get on these blogs was outside of my budget, it cost about $2,500 per month. I reached out to blogs myself, and many didn’t write back. Music is a notoriously tough business.

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Interview with Larry Kim

Critical Mention

The post Interview with Larry Kim appeared first on Critical Mention - Media Monitoring. Blog Career Advancement Communications Interviews Marketing Social Media TrendsLarry Kim is one of the most well-known influencers in the world of digital marketing.

Blogging Tips for PR Pros

PR Expanded

Fast forward almost ten years and blogging is so ubiquitous that not only are blogs supplanting traditional media channels as sources for breaking news, practically every single company I can think of has one. So don’t do that for your blog, either! blogging Content PR 2.0

AirPR Interview Series

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AirPR Interview Series: Mark Delcorps of Overstock.com

Onclusive

Senior PR Engineer Kelly Byrd interviewed her customer Mark Delcorps of Overstock.com on how he and his team and company are using AirPR data to help them drive, maintain and replicate business impact. Read more of the AirPR Interview Series.

3 questions that can trip up your media interview

PR Daily

In any given interview, a question may challenge your recall. Unless the interview is a challenging one or is hostile, the fact that you don’t know an answer shouldn’t provoke undue anxiety. Many interviewers will likely cease this line of questioning and move on to the next thought.

Be Better Prepared for Your Next Interview

Ronn Torossian

I’m talking about the inherent tunneling that can happen during an interview, the connection between the interviewer and their subject that pushes out the world and can make … READ MORE ».

6 potent tips for nailing media interviews

PR Daily

So you’ve landed an interview with a respected reporter. The story they publish or clip they air will be amazing for your business—if you get the interview right. Here are six media relations tactics to take into your next interview.

Making the Job Search Easier: Q&A Interview with the Founder of Endless Job Offers

PR Expanded

From the handwritten personal notes to his incredible passion for helping people connect, John is now offering advice for young professionals via his Endless Job Offers website / blog. Interview Mentoring PR 2.0 I met John Muscarello, founder of Endless Job Offers , a few years ago.

Manipulated content: Sir Keir Starmer interview

Stephen Waddington

The Conservative party blatantly manipulated a video interview with Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer. The Conversation party edited a video interview with Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer on Tuesday to make it appear as if he stuttered and was unsure of Labour’s Brexit policy.

AirPR Interview Series: Content Marketing and PR Experts share measurement predictions for 2018

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8 tips to help communicators ace television interviews

PR Daily

Here are eight TV interview tips designed to help nail your next segment: 1. The interview starts before the mic is on. Use your voice to communicate excitement; if you’re excited about the topic, your interviewer and the audience are more inclined to feel the same.

Q&A Interview with theSkimm co-founders, Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg

PR Expanded

I recently wrote about the daily email newsletter in my blog post, What’s in your Fall 2014 Communications Toolkit? Whether it’s a client meeting, interview, or family dinner, our readers are ready to jump into conversation. Interview PR 2.0

[L]earned Media: An Interview with Sam Zises

Critical Mention

In our interview with Sam, he offered powerful insights into the world of content marketing, social media and “cutting through the clutter.” The post [L]earned Media: An Interview with Sam Zises appeared first on Critical Mention - Media Monitoring.

AirPR Interview Series: Emmy Award Winning Journalist & PR Pro Mika Stambaugh

Onclusive

I believe each client begins at a different point on the PR spectrum … some need to start with blogs, online magazines and trades publications to perfect their narrative before moving to mainstream radio and television media outlets. “Nail the elevator pitch.”.

Offer interviews to investigative media – on your turf

The Stalwart Blog

So this nonprofit offered the opportunity for the media outlet to interview them at their location, see their operations, provide unfettered access. The post Offer interviews to investigative media – on your turf appeared first on Public Relations Security.

Video interview – Turning technicians into leaders who communicate well.

The Stalwart Blog

Interview with Joanie Connell, Ph.D., Interviewer: Hey, welcome back to another edition of the Public Relations Security Videocast. Interviewer: Absolutely. Interviewer: There’s a lot of riding on those types of individuals. Interviewer: The Ph.D.,

Interviewing for a PR job? Prepare for these 5 common questions

PR Daily

Instead, think about how to answer these interview staples—and do ample research. Now comes the dreaded interview. Here are five common questions and directives that form the foundation of most PR job interviews: 1. The post Interviewing for a PR job?

How revealing frustration sinks media interviews

PR Daily

One of the golden rules of a successful interview is to not show any frustration at the questions being asked. Awkward questions that a spokesperson would rather not answer will inevitably be asked in interviews. A version of this article originally appeared on the Media First blog.

An Interview with Richard Bistrong, CEO, Front-Line Anti-Bribery LLC

Critical Mention

My goal was to simply share my story and experience on-line through a blog, and to then re-share on social media. While I started engaging on social media channels, I realized that blogging and writing about my experiences would be central to sharing my story.

5 common media interview myths

PR Daily

Pulling off an effortless media interview is harder than it looks. Although news anchors and hosts can make broadcast appearances appear easy to do, there are several myths when it comes to media interviews. An interview is the same as giving a speech. the agency’s blog.

When To Turn Down A Media Interview

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

This is why most PR people work to get potential questions in advance, which can help determine if the interview is worthwhile. Sometimes the interview process is a long courtship where the reporter spends weeks or months gathering background, during which the PR team can assess its potential.

Interview with PR Influencer Sarah Evans

Critical Mention

The post Interview with PR Influencer Sarah Evans appeared first on Critical Mention - Media Monitoring. Blog Career Advancement Events PR Public Relations Public Relations Strategies

Interview with Account Manager Emily Wienberg

Shift Communications

Whether it be writing a tweet, an email to a reporter, a blog post for a press release, or even writing an email to a client, anything you do to communicate in that way has to be perfect. Public Relations Emily Wienberg interview PR

Want a job in communications? Prepare by using this interview question checklist

PR Matters

The Undercover Recruiter , Europe’s leading HR and recruitment blog, published my article on the (ultimate) interview question checklist you’ll need for any job in communications.

5 ways media interviews go up in flames

PR Daily

A disastrous live interview can undo months of hard work. Here is how PR pros (and their clients) can prepare for some classic missteps in “do or die” interviews. Here are five examples of classic media interview failures, and some tips so you can avoid a similar fate: 1.

How bridging puts your media interview back on track

PR Daily

A media interview is an important opportunity to speak directly to your audience, but don’t let the interviewer drive the conversation. The interview is going along fine when—wham!—the the interviewer asks about an issue you’d hoped to avoid.

Interview with Critical Mention’s VP of Engineering on Media Monitoring

Critical Mention

The post Interview with Critical Mention’s VP of Engineering on Media Monitoring appeared first on Critical Mention - Media Monitoring. Blog Interviews Media Intelligence Media Monitoring Trends

How to handle media interviewers who ask for guarantees

PR Daily

There might not be any guarantees in life, but this approach is your best bet to handle a thorny interview. A version of this article originally appeared on the Media First blog. The post How to handle media interviewers who ask for guarantees appeared first on PR Daily.

9 Blogs To Make You PR-Smart

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

One of the best ways is to stay on top of key PR industry blogs as well as more general sites that offer a fresh take on business, creativity, and content. Blogs That Can Make You Smarter. Industry or Workplace Blogs. The Cision Blog. Pop Culture/Creativity Blogs.

The Art of Bridging: How to Use the ABC(D) Method in an Interview

Action PR

What happens if a journalist asks you a question that isn’t related to the topic of the interview? If your subject is t-shirts and the journalist asks you about shorts, do you have the skills to take control of the interview and get it back on track? Speaking to the media is important.

10 Fundamentals for Successful B2B Media Interviews

Sword and the Script

B2B reporters today don’t do media interviews like they once did. There’s only so much time in the day which means fewer interviews are conducted. If you are fortunate enough to secure an interview, then you certainly want to make the most of it.

Interview Series: CMO of UL Discusses How PR & Content Marketing Are Evolving in 2018

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The post Interview Series: CMO of UL Discusses How PR & Content Marketing Are Evolving in 2018 appeared first on AirPR. . Kathy Seegebrecht is SVP and Chief Marketing Officer for UL (Underwriters Laboratories).

Video – What is Crisis Governance; Interview with John Tishler

The Stalwart Blog

The post Video – What is Crisis Governance; Interview with John Tishler appeared first on Public Relations Security. Blog Board of Directors Crisis Communications Crisis Governance Crisis Management Crisis PR

Top Blogs For PR To Follow

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

There are many public relations industry blogs that offer know-how on everything from crafting brilliant media pitches to perfecting presentation skills. But how to determine which blogs are me-too, and which are worth your while? After that, the blog world is your oyster!

How to Ace a TV Interview

Mora Communications

Your PR efforts have worked and you’ve landed your first TV interview. You’ve never been interviewed before, nor have you had media training – and your interview is tomorrow. Now as the interview time grows closer, your panic level begins to rise.

UK Media Moves Interview with PressPad Founder and CEO Olivia Crellin

Cision

Media BlogPressPad is a social enterprise that matches young journalists who've been priced out of London with host-mentors, opening the door to diversity in the media. Here's why it matters.

Are you Crisis Ready? An interview with ACI Specialty Benefits

The Stalwart Blog

An interview with ACI Specialty Benefits appeared first on Public Relations Security. Blog ACI Specialty Benefits Crisis Management Crisis PR Crisis Public Relations EAP Employer Assistance Program Mental Health

How to steer a media interview to your key topic or point

PR Daily

You must be a bit more subtle—but if you are, you can have much more influence over the interview than might have seemed possible. The host has asked that the interview be more conversational (such as a podcast). This post originally appeared on the Throughline Blog.