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The 20 Responsibilities of PR and What They Entail

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Earned Media/Media Relations. Far from just managing a digital Rolodex, landing earned media in publications that resonate with target audiences is only one small part of the earned-media mix. The PR pro sends thoughtful, data-backed pitches, engages with reporters on social media, sends swag (when appropriate), maintains relevant media lists, and manages all follow-through with reporters and journalists. Owned Media/Content Strategy.

Follow these 8 steps to prepare for a crisis

PR Daily

Preserving your reputation is vital. Developing the gold standard for crisis readiness is more than a robust plan or even sporadic trainings and simulations. It begins with a mindset change—companywide—toward realizing that reputation is a crucial asset and a key consideration in every decision. Below are the eight steps for positive change, paired with guidance on how to apply each toward your reputation-management and crisis preparedness efforts: 1.

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7 Signs Your Company Is Ready To Step Up Its PR

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

These early arrangements can include a junior in-house employee or possibly a “shared” situation where the PR function is wedged into marketing or even customer service. When considering an agency to handle reputation management and media relations for a company, consider these signs as indicators of the need to boost PR efforts. We once worked with a tech company that experienced rapid growth and found itself scrambling when media came calling.

Follow these 8 steps to prepare for a crisis

PR Daily

Developing the gold standard for crisis readiness is more than a robust plan or even sporadic trainings and simulations. It begins with a mindset change—companywide—toward realizing that reputation is a crucial asset and a key consideration in every decision. Below are the eight steps for positive change, paired with guidance on how to apply each toward your reputation-management and crisis preparedness efforts: 1. Include change values when hiring and training new staff.

20 key responsibilities for today’s PR pro

PR Daily

Earned media/media relations. Far from just managing a digital Rolodex, landing earned media placements in publications that resonate with target audiences is one small part of the earned-media mix. The PR pro sends thoughtful, data-backed pitches, engages with reporters on social media, sends swag (when appropriate), maintains relevant media lists and manages all follow-through with journalists. Owned media/content strategy. Media training.

These Smart Social Media Tactics Will Help You Prevent A Crisis

Melissa Agnes

A company with two plane crashes in the last year asks people to post their bucket list destinations on social media. A social media manager loses their temper in a customer service post on Facebook. But neglected, they can turn into a full blown reputation crash and even a pretty big hit to the bottom line. Everyone is using social media for marketing today. 1) Provide social media training for everyone that operates as an admin on a brand account.

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Credit Union Times: CU Crisis Planning Essential

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From cyber attacks, to hurricanes, to mergers gone wrong; the negative headlines seem to rule the front pages in media outlets across the CU world. ” If your financial institution is in need to safeguard itself and its reputation from potential issues, we’d welcome your outreach: PR@LTpublicrelations.com. We’re in a crisis and we need your help,” Anthony Huey, president of Reputation Management LLC in Sarasota, Fla.,