Wed.Jul 01, 2020

How to Write a Pitch That Will Actually Get Read

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

As most PR people know, reporters don’t read every pitch that lands in their inbox. A recent study found that 42% of journalists, writers and bloggers receive 11 to 100 pitches daily, and 5% receive a whopping 100 or more email pitches every day.

How to Win at Content Marketing During a Pandemic

B2B PR Sense

Unprecedented times. Uncertain times. Disastrous times. All terms used to describe the current pandemic. But what does that mean for your content marketing, thought leadership and personal branding strategies? Can you continue your content marketing during a pandemic?

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CEOs Must Choose between Something and Nothing

Cision

Whether an organization opts for action or inaction on any given societal issue, corporate leaders and spokespeople should know how to communicate the choices it makes. Comms Best Practices

How to network, connect and keep your career cranking amid COVID-19

PR Daily

Experts share five tangible ways to remain relevant and indispensable in this difficult job market. The global economy might seem nightmarish right now, but golden opportunities await those with the fortitude to adapt, speak up and reach out.

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Harness the Power of Influencers and Advocates

Learn how to find and use influencers and advocates to gain buyer's trust on your behalf.

When is it appropriate to take risks as a PR agency owner?

Agility PR Solutions

Risks taken in business involve decision making and good old-fashioned hard work. Running a consistently growing and thriving business for the past six years, I’ve realized the importance of taking risks in order to achieve success.

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Declare independence from these 4 bad PR practices

Muck Rack

Declare independence from these 4 bad PR practices

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Cirque du Soleil cuts 3,000 jobs in bankruptcy filing, Target and Chobani join social media ad boycott, and Amazon offers $500M in employee bonuses

PR Daily

Also: Philadelphia Flyers’ Gritty gets a ‘Queer Eye’ makeover, Pizza Hut franchisee declares bankruptcy, Walmart stops selling ‘All Lives Matter’ shirts, and more.

5 public relations tips for health and fitness products

Agility PR Solutions

It can seem like every other day there is a new health or fitness product in the news either being launched or being rocked with scandal.

3 tips to improve messaging to diverse audiences

PR Daily

Apply the principles used by The Trevor Project to craft messages that respect your audience’s diverse, intersectional identities.

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Top 15 Free PR Ideas to Grow Your Online Business

You've got a great idea, you've built your killer team, and you've maybe even gone through the first round or two of funding.

What happened on Social Media in June: monthly round-up

Awario

Twitter launched Voice Tweets out of nowhere, Instagram added new visual effects and Facebook got into political controversy once again. As always, we are here to guide you through all the most important social media news of the month

A New Era for Measuring Communications Campaigns

PRSay

We all know it’s important to measure our PR campaigns. However, according to Muck Rack’s 2020 “State of PR Survey,” 64 percent of public relations pros still struggle with quantifiable measurement — a 1 percent improvement from last year’s findings.

Media Moves at Business Insider & Crain’s New York, BlogHer Names Editorial Director

Cision

Elvina Nawaguna joins Business Insider in DC, Eddie Small new at Crain’s New York and more. Media Blog

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Has it really been 27 years?

HMA Public Relations

Happy anniversary to Abbie Fink who joined HMA Public Relations on this day in 1993. Click to read more about how Abbie came to work for the agency and what she has been up to in these last 27 years. The post Has it really been 27 years? appeared first on HMA Public Relations.

How to “Kill It” During Your Next Big Change

When it comes to change communication, employees need your help to understand what’s happening. Use these four steps to help employees navigate change.

ICYMI: Bulldog’s most popular posts from June

Agility PR Solutions

With the COVID crisis still raging, June also saw the renewed Black Lives Matter movement and social justice protests take off following the killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis on Memorial Day, and brands were once again challenged to take a stand on the right side of the issue.

What are examples of earned media?

Axia PR

Earned media is the coverage your company gets without paying for it. This isn’t done through self-promotion or advertisements nor posting news releases on PR newswires. Earned media shouldn’t be confused with paid media, which would be paying influencers or running social media ads.

CEOs Must Choose between Something and Nothing

TrendKite

Whether an organization opts for action or inaction on any given societal issue, corporate leaders and spokespeople should know how to communicate the choices it makes

Hands off! Ownership of goods and materials on construction projects

Practical Law Construction

The future is very uncertain at the moment. There is significant financial uncertainty in the construction industry. With financial uncertainty comes insolvencies, and with that risk comes issues about ownership of goods and materials on site.

Media Moves at Business Insider & Crain’s New York, BlogHer Names Editorial Director

TrendKite

Elvina Nawaguna joins Business Insider in DC, Eddie Small new at Crain’s New York and more

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Back to square one? Statutory interpretation versus commercial futility after Bresco v Lonsdale

Practical Law Construction

YouTube Suspends Monetization for Vlogger Shane Dawson

Flack Me

Category: Flack Me Summary: Following backlash over videos of popular beauty vlogger Shane Dawson in blackface, saying racial slurs and sexualizing minors, YouTube confirmed Tuesday that it has suspended monetization for his channels