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5 Questions to Ask As You Plan Your Business Launch

Solo PR Pro

You can specialize in a single area, such as media relations, crisis communications or social media, or offer a broader range of services. Writing this in your plan will help you clarify and clearly communicate this to potential clients. Will your clients be local, national or international?

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Reputation Us

Before joining ReputationUs, Hanson was a writer and independent consultant with LT Public Relations before it was acquired in 2017. At LTPR, she wrote and edited a broad range of public relations and crisis communications materials for national financial, health care and shipping organizations.

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Credit Union Times: CU Crisis Planning Essential

Reputation Us

Boggs said it’s important for executives to discuss different crisis communications scenarios and practice executing the plan through simulations. Trying to communicate a crisis without a plan is like trying to float a boat with holes. You developed a crisis communications plan?’ By Peter Strozniak.

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4 Solo PR Pros on How They Knew It Was The Right Time to Start Their Business

Solo PR Pro

I also saw a niche for solo PR consultants with my specialties — media relations, crisis communications and community outreach — in my area. I knew there was an opportunity to work with medium to large businesses and community development organizations who may not want to hire a full agency team.

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Disruptive Technology Merits Disruptive PR

David PR Group

How much insurance should the drivers carry? Local police in South Florida started citing ridesharing drivers and in some cases impounding their cars. I was discussing the ridesharing phenomenon with another public relations pro, and he said the companies both went about entering the market all wrong.

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Bad Pitch Book Review: Can We Do That?!

Bad Pitch Blog

It covers a lot of ground from PR basics, media relations and events to creative thinking, crisis communications and account management. Do we have insurance? 4) BPB: What are some of the big problems you see that get PR people singled out by media and blogs like the Bad Pitch blog? I call it having to ROAR.