Thu.May 23, 2019

5 tactics to free your text of needless prepositional phrases

PR Daily

Using active voice and the genitive case are just two ways to eliminate this grammatical structure and streamline your writing. Little words and phrases can clog your writing.

How to motivate people to review your business

Agility PR Solutions

In a world where positive reviews hold more value than paid ads and, thus, bring in more revenue, it’s only logical that businesses would be going the extra mile in an attempt to encourage people to leave a positive review.

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4 more questions that can make spokespeople stumble

PR Daily

To juice ratings and create buzz, journalists can resort to sneaky interview tactics to get the answers they want. If you aren’t prepared, a small mistake can become a full-blown crisis.

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3 ways for companies to defend their reputations online

Agility PR Solutions

Most of us have heard the famous phrase, “It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it.” Unfortunately, these days, you don’t have complete control over your own reputation.

Harness the Power of Influencers and Advocates

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

On Twitter and Instagram, Prada vows to go fur-free by 2020

PR Daily

The fashion house joins several other designers who have committed to not using animal pelts. A few have also promised to stop using exotic animal skins in their clothing. Prada is shedding fur to appeal to more consumers and gain positive PR.

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In a pro-privacy move, Apple would limit marketers’ tracking ability

PR Daily

The online giant says it believes companies could still monitor a campaign’s efficacy without harvesting vast quantities of data about individual shoppers. Apple wants to solve digital advertising’s “creepy” problem by making it harder for marketers to track individuals online.

Top Agencies End Unpaid Internships


Kudos to The PR Council’s 110 U.S. public relations firms for signing a new policy ending unpaid internships and urging others to do the same. Although most of the Council’s agencies already pay interns, the policy effective January 1, 2020, confirms that all member firms will pay U.S.

Announcing PR Daily’s 2019 Content Marketing Awards

PR Daily

Enter your best white papers, videos, social media campaigns and more. Don’t miss the early-bird deadline on June 12. The post Announcing PR Daily’s 2019 Content Marketing Awards appeared first on PR Daily.

Big Bang Media Training

HMA Public Relations

HMA Public Relations regularly provides media training sessions for our clients. Media training is designed to help you work with the media instead of against them. […]. The post Big Bang Media Training appeared first on HMA Public Relations.

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.

Americans don’t trust food and CSG labels—yet few research product claims

Agility PR Solutions

More than 6 in 10 (61 percent) Americans are concerned about the products they put in, on and around their bodies—but a third (34 percent) say they rarely or never research product claims, new research from public health and safety org NSF International reveals.

Volunteers Make The World Go Round: Communicating Effectively for Impact

Waxing UnLyrical

Guest Post by Paula Newbaker. Volunteering is good for everyone! Your nonprofit, your employees, the cause and the volunteers themselves! In fact, it has been scientifically proven that volunteering is good for your health.

Photography tips for media

Public Relations Sydney

We’ve all heard the saying “a picture is worth a thousand words”. Photography is a powerful vehicle in terms of promoting your brand or business. The images used to represent your business can create an immediate and lasting impression.

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Silver Anvil Host Chef Jeff’s Recipe for Success in Life


Jeff Henderson, a well-known TV chef, is in the middle of a non-culinary activity. “I I was just trimming a tree, waiting on your call,” says Henderson, better known as Chef Jeff to his Food Network followers. “I I have a gardener, but I like doing that type of work, too. It’s very mental for me.

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.

What grade would you give the MIAC in handling the St. Thomas fiasco?

Communications Conversations

Yesterday, the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) issued a four-sentence press release that officially booted the University of St. Thomas out of the conference. And just like that a founding member of the conference was history. Communicated with a 94-word press release.

Why We Are ‘Taken’ by Certain Storylines


There it was on my Netflix page, reinforcing a PR lesson too many of us ignore: “Taken.”. It wasn’t the original “Taken” movie, starring Liam Neeson. Nor was it either of the two movies that followed. Notice how I didn’t call them “sequels?” ” They aren’t sequels — they are more like reboots. Basically the same exact movie made three times. The only variable is which city Liam Neeson half destroys while he stops at nothing to rescue his family. And now this.

Infographic: How to have productive workplace arguments

PR Daily

You won’t always agree with pivotal decisions at your organization, but how you react to disagreements can either promote or undermine future collaboration. For communicators, it’s important to know how to have a helpful argument with your colleagues.