10 PR books for World Book Day

Stuart Bruce

It’s World Book Day so I’ve hit my bookshelves and Kindle to find 10 of my favourite books for public relations and corporate affairs.

The FuturePRoof book series & diversity in PR

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Book Review: Social Media for Strategic Communication By Karen Freberg

PR Expanded

One of the best ways to kick off the New Year is with a good book that offers great guidance and takes a deep dive into being more strategic with your storytelling. Social Media for Strategic Communication by Author, Consultant and Professor Karen Freberg is a book that’s jam-packed with strategy, creative techniques and communication tactics. There are so many reasons why I like this book and would recommend it to students, professors and professionals. book PR 2.0

Book Launch: Answers for Modern Communicators

PR Expanded

I’ve been writing this book for years and it’s finally finished. My book offers students and professionals practical answers to important career and communication questions, helping them to communicate successfully in a business setting. This book would not be possible without the many mentors I’ve relied on over the course of my career in PR and marketing. book Mentoring PR 2.0

Book Review: Stand Out by Dorie Clark

PR Expanded

In the spirit of learning, and reinventing yourself to find what’s next in your career and in your life, here’s a book that takes reinvention and the big idea to a whole new level. If you don’t want to stand idle and feel the need to propel forward, but just don’t know how to get there, then the book, Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It, by Dorie Clark, is a great place to start. book Branding PR 2.0

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Book review: Reputation Management by Tony Langham

Stephen Waddington

A book that provides a blueprint for modern reputation management. Reputation Management was published in 2019 long before the COVID-19 crisis but it is nonetheless a timely book. book reviewBuy it for your boss.

Book Review: Becoming Ginger Rogers By Patrice Tanaka

PR Expanded

I mentioned in a post earlier this year, how I enjoy reading different types of books from business books to fiction and memoirs. Drawing from the category of memoirs, which is a new favorite of mine, here is my review of one book that tops my summer reading list: Becoming Ginger Rogers , How Ballroom Dancing Made Me a Happier Woman, Better Partner and a Smarter CEO, by Patrice Tanaka. Regardless, for me, the book was a page turner. book Mentoring PR 2.0

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Book review: Post Corona by Scott Galloway

Stephen Waddington

It’s too early to predict the future of business and society but NYU Stern School of Business Stern Professor and serial entrepreneur Scott Galloway has made a good start in his new book Post Corona: From Crisis to Opportunity. book review

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How to Book Speaking Opps In The COVID Era

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

This shift opens up some new earned speaking opportunities since some originally booked speakers may not opt to participate in newly online events. The post How to Book Speaking Opps In The COVID Era appeared first on Crenshaw Communications.

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PR Guide to Stellar Briefing Books

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

The PR briefing book is no exception; it’s a simple tool, yet a critical asset for a brand spokesperson to prepare for media interviews. The best briefing books offer a go-to reference and “study guide” so an interviewee has full background on the reporter, the outlet, and the best messaging for the opportunity. PR guide to stellar briefing books. The most important parts of the briefing book are the messaging and questions sections.

Book Review: Leave Your Mark by Aliza Licht

PR Expanded

I’m into my summer reading list, and my second book is another excellent read. Leave Your Mark: Land Your Dream Job, Kill it in Your Career, Rock Social Media by Aliza Licht , SVP of Global Communications at Donna Karan International , is a book that mentors and shares deep insights into how to excel in your career, even when you start in an industry where you have no experience. Here’s my book review … enjoy! book Mentoring PR 2.0

BAME voices takeover #FuturePRoof for fourth book

Stephen Waddington

Sarah Waddington has handed over #FuturePRoof to the BAME community for her latest book. Along the way she has published three books and created a vibrant community. The fourth book, Celebrating BAME Talent is published today in digital and print formats.

Book It! 8 PR Tips For Nailing TV Segments

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Most earned media specialists want that coveted booking for their client and every PR person is pitching. The post Book It! Any good PR person knows that we consume news very differently than we did a decade ago, thanks to social media.

[BOOK ALERT] The Non-Obvious Guide to PR & Communication

Waxing UnLyrical

Super quick and exciting (well, for me) announcement: I’m writing a book! While I’ve contributed to a ton of other books over the years (chapters, interviews, etc.) Gotta go, I have a book to write! Announcements announcement books Writing

New Book, Answers for Modern Communicators

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The Ins & Outs of Book Writing

Karen Freberg

This past week was filled with one particular subject that is near and dear to my heart: books, specifically, book writing. The journey to get to this place where you not only have a book in your name, but get recognition for your contribution from your colleagues, is priceless.

Book Publicity Secrets: How to Get Media Coverage for Your Nonfiction Book

Prowly

Let’s face it: If you’re an author self-publishing your first nonfiction book, the chances you’ll get mainstream media coverage by just having your book out on Amazon are next to nil.

Trends and challenges revealed in new book about women and leadership in public relations

Agility PR Solutions

A newly published book, PR Women with Influence: Breaking Through the Ethical and Leadership Challenges, explores how women in PR […]. The post Trends and challenges revealed in new book about women and leadership in public relations appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

Book review: Planning and Managing Public Relations Campaigns by Anne Gregory

Stephen Waddington

Planning and Managing Public Relations Campaigns is a book to return to in daily public relations practice. The book sets out theoretical and practical models for planning. book review

Book Review: Becoming Ginger Rogers By Patrice Tanaka

PR Expanded

I mentioned in a post earlier this year, how I enjoy reading different types of books from business books to fiction and memoirs. Drawing from the category of memoirs, which is a new favorite of mine, here is my review of one book that tops my summer reading list: Becoming Ginger Rogers , How Ballroom Dancing Made Me a Happier Woman, Better Partner and a Smarter CEO, by Patrice Tanaka. Regardless, for me, the book was a page turner. book Mentoring PR 2.0

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4 books to help internal communicators lead in 2021

PR Daily

Wherever you are in your own journey, these books will jump start your thinking about what is possible and how to start the new year with renewed purpose and energy. this book shows you how to become the latter. What are some of the books you are reading to guide your year ahead?

10 books every PR pro should read

PR Daily

Out of the hundreds of books professing unique knowledge of the PR industry, only a handful are truly worth exploring. Consider these 10 books on public relations, from tomes about the profession to works that can help you improve your technical skills. This book provides a set of actionable techniques for helping information spread, perfect for any PR pro hoping their story will catch on. What are your favorite books about PR?

Video: My Upcoming Book

Rock the Status Quo

Wondering what my new book, Above The Noise, is about? Here is a short video where I introduce a little detail about it. Related Posts You Might Like: F8 Update: Two Upcoming Facebook Changes PR Pros Should Care About Video: What You Need To Know About Using Purchased Vector Art Video: Using LinkedIn Company & Showcase Pages for PR This post appeared first on Rock The Status Quo and is written by Carrie Morgan. Above The Noise Videos

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15 Takeaways from Killing Marketing [Book Review]

Sword and the Script

Yet it’s my observation that for many business leaders, the last time they cracked open a marketing book was in college. The book Killing Marketing isn’t so much about actually killing marketing, as it is about re-engineering the organization, as author Michael Hammer might have said, from the ground up, including how it fits into a business and its impact on customers. Also see these related book reviews: 8 Epic Takeaways from Joe Pulizzi’s Epic Content Marketing.

9 cookbooks for book lovers

PR Daily

Are you looking to combine your love of books and a passion for good food? let’s take a look at cookbooks for book lovers. has recipes taken from the Austen family’s “Household Book.”. Leo Tolstoy’s family recipe book”. This book is an invitation to the writer’s home, where hospitality was a staple law, no matter where the family lived.”. As a follow up to a previous PR Daily post on. cookbooks for writers. ,

Marketing and Brand Communication Strategies in Esports [E-book]

Prowly

In our e-book we want to show you the areas that PR and marketing agencies should be interested in and present the people who are interested in addressing communication activities to this group. The post Marketing and Brand Communication Strategies in Esports [E-book] appeared first on Prowly Magazine. Academy E-books Magazine communication esports esports pr

10 must-read books about public relations

Muck Rack

10 must-read books about public relations

10 books every PR pro should read

PR Daily

Consider these 10 books on public relations, from tomes about the profession to works that can help you improve your technical skills. This book provides a set of actionable techniques for helping information spread, perfect for any PR pro hoping their story will catch on. In her book, you’ll learn how to share your story more powerfully, humanize your organization, create fresh content and more. What are your favorite books about PR?

10 books every leader should read in 2019

PR Daily

Here are some books that everyone in a leadership role should peruse. Though you can’t learn everything there is to know about leadership from books, these stories can provide you with new ideas, encourage you to make better decisions and remind you of important fundamentals and concepts. To inspire your own reading list, here is a list of top 10 books you should read about leadership in 2019: 1.“ This book explores the ancient old question: “What makes a leader great?”

Book review: Powerful B2B Content by Gay Flashman

Stephen Waddington

Gay Flashman has answers in her new book. Her new book Powerful B2B Content was published earlier this month by Kogan Page. Brand journalism is seldom done well by B2B organisations.

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Self-Publishing Book Tips, Trends, and #SocialPRSecrets

Social PR Chat

Publishing a book can be a daunting thought and yet an exciting opportunity. Taking the self publishing book route can throw you right out of your comfort zone and straight to the closest bar. We’re also unofficially certain there is a direct correlation between writing a book and increased wine consumption. Chris O’Byrne is founder of JETLAUNCH , the self-publishing services company that worked with Buyer on her successfully self-published book Social PR Secrets.

Check out these 9 outstanding books about branding

PR Daily

There are lots of books on branding (our office shelves are packed with them), but there are a few standouts that we’ve found especially helpful. So, to pass it on, we’ve rounded up nine of our team’s favorite books. This book is more of a quick and dirty guide than a book. It’s basically the distillation of Neumeier’s decades of branding knowledge, presented in a cleverly designed book. For design geeks, this book is a fantastic resource.

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AP stylebook announces e-book edition

PR Daily

The Associated Press has expanded its Stylebook once again, and for the first time it’s available as an e-book. The Stylebook—a vital resource for journalists and PR pros alike—has been available via a web subscription for a few years now, but users were calling for an e-book resource. Do you like a phone browser experience, do you like an app experience, or do you like an e-book experience?”. The e-book’s search makes it faster and easier to find a relevant style rule.

Lisa Buyer’s Digital Detox Secrets Book

Social PR Chat

In an epidemic era of digital impact on health, wellness and productivity – Lisa Buyer releases her second book, Digital Detox Secrets; as a testimony and guide towards finding balance in today’s digitally saturated world. . This book has been five years in the making,” said Buyer. Dr. Paul Savage MD, Co-Chief Medical Officer of Forum Health and Agenixs, provides his testimony on the importance of digital detoxing in the book’s forward. “As

Planning and Managing Public Relations Campaigns – review of an excellent book

Stuart Bruce

Planning and Managing Public Relations Campaigns has been one of my ‘go-to’ books ever since the first edition was published in 1996.

PR Turns Over A New Leaf With These Fall Books

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Fall is an ideal time to crack open a book, and there are plenty of choices out there to stimulate a public relations professional’s appetite for ideas and inspiration. Take time out from catching the latest viral video (we like this one ) or binge-watching an addictive show like “Narcos” and pick up a book that will let you explore something in depth. The book is The Trespasser by Irish novelist Tana French.

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Pitching Talent and Celebrity Booking With Patrick Lambert

Cision

Patrick Lambert oversees celebrity, relevant human interest and news bookings as a talent executive for T.D. Jakes team, but isn’t new to talent booking. Tell me a little about yourself: How did you get your start in talent and celebrity booking? At my first internship, they needed help booking celebrity talent and I took it on as a project so that became my first real gig as a booker and I stuck with that through college into my first job out of school at Extra.

Check out these 9 outstanding books about branding

PR Daily

There are lots of books on branding (our office shelves are packed with them), but there are a few standouts that we’ve found especially helpful. So, to pass it on, we’ve rounded up nine of our team’s favorite books. This book is more of a quick and dirty guide than a book. It’s basically the distillation of Neumeier’s decades of branding knowledge, presented in a cleverly designed book.

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Books, publishing and PR: publicist Helena Brantley speaks out on the challenges facing the industry thanks to COVID—and how she’s doing things differently

Agility PR Solutions

The post Books, publishing and PR: publicist Helena Brantley speaks out on the challenges facing the industry thanks to COVID—and how she’s doing things differently appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

Lessons from Managing a Cybersecurity Incident: A Case Study with Naren Aryal of Mascot Books

Melissa Agnes

Mascot Books is one of the hundreds of thousands of companies to have recently experienced this first-hand, when a malicious attempt was made to fraud their clients into paying invoices that appeared to be sent from Mascot, but weren’t. In the following video, Naren Aryal, President and Founder of Mascot Books, shares about this experience. Learn more about Mascot’s Books and their brilliant work here. We hear about cybersecurity incidents happening all the time.