Fri.Jan 04, 2019

The Future of Media: Key Trends for 2019 and Beyond

Business Wire

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9 steps to a better LinkedIn profile in 2019

PR Daily

Post a professional headshot, write a snappy headline, include relevant work information and ask for recommendations. As LinkedIn becomes more of a reliable vehicle for finding influencers, prospects, partners and new talent, your LinkedIn profile is more important than ever.

6 Really Bad Press Release Examples That You Should Be Ashamed For


Looking for some bad press release example? Here are some real press release fails that should have never reached the people they did. The post 6 Really Bad Press Release Examples That You Should Be Ashamed For appeared first on Prowly Magazine.

Responding to ‘Bird Box’ challenge, Netflix calls for safety and common sense

PR Daily

The streaming service saw thousands log in to watch its new horror film—but with popularity comes internet absurdity. Can the company deter recklessness without getting preachy? How much responsibility should an organization take for the unsafe activities people undertake?

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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.

What Working in Healthcare has Prepared me for in Public Relations

Shift Communications

From a young age, I knew I wanted a career where I could provide help, support and guidance to others. What that career would be I was unsure of until after graduating college. However, I knew I wanted it to be in the healthcare industry in one form or another.

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Giving Thanks with a Note

Maine PR Maven

I believe in handwritten thank you notes. Emails are okay for the little things, but when a big thanks is in order a personal note sent the old fashioned way — through the mail — is much more memorable and appropriate. I learned about the power of a thank you note from Warren Cook, who […].

Why you should stop starting sentences with ‘and’ or ‘but’

PR Daily

The casual construction might be widely employed, but that doesn’t mean you should use it in business writing. Here’s why communicators should consider going a different way.

Top 10 TrendKite Product Updates in 2018


A quick recap of TrendKite's top 10 product releases, announcements, and features for 2018


3 employees who can harm your brand

PR Daily

Don’t let ‘info crammers’ or ‘quirky improvers’ damage your organization’s reputation. As the number of channels and the volume of content grows, it’s increasingly difficult to guard your organization’s valuable brand.

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.

3 reasons inbound marketing is the best way to grow your company

Axia PR

Why your company should utilize inbound marketing. The concept of inbound marketing isn’t new to most of us. It’s been around for a while and many people associate it with successful marketing. Inbound Marketing Owned media

Marriott updates hack report: Fewer affected but passports compromised

PR Daily

The hotel chain says Chinese hackers were behind the breach that affected customers of its Starwood brand. Will the update help allay consumer fears? Marriott’s security breach update is good news (sort of) and bad news.

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HMA Public Relations

This is it, folks! We have officially finished our first week of 2019. How has it been so far? To celebrate the beginning of a new […]. The post #FUNFACTFRIDAY- January appeared first on HMA Public Relations. FollowFriday

The 5 most popular stories on PR Daily this week

PR Daily

This week, PR Daily readers were interested in signs engagement is tanking, alternatives to ‘good,’ PR predictions for 2019 and more. Here are the five most widely read stories this week on PR Daily : 7 signs your audience hates your engagement strategy. Use these 41 words to go beyond just ‘good’ PR pros predict which industry trends will matter most in 2019. Military agency apologizes for tweet likening bombs to Times Square ball drop.