September, 2018

Report: PR pros outnumber journalists by a 6-to-1 ratio

PR Daily

The staggering loss of journalists has had a tremendous effect on the PR industry. New employment data from the U.S. Department of Labor illustrates just how dramatically the media relations landscape has shifted.

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Ethics and You: Leading the Way

PRSay

One of my favorite sayings is, “Either lead, follow or get out of the way.” There’s so much truth and significance in this statement, especially in today’s hyper-connected communications world.

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Nike’s Kaepernick Campaign Is Brilliant — And Risky

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

As many in PR and politics have observed, the president has a talent for exploiting cultural flashpoints. The NFL’s battered reputation has been partly blamed on his criticism of players who chose to take a knee during the national anthem at the start of many games.

#PR Expanded Guest Post: Ethical Awareness … It’s Never Too Early

PR Expanded

Guest Post By Kirk Hazlett, APR, Fellow PRSA, Adjunct Professor, University of Tampa (FL). I know that ethics is “taught” in various forms in most colleges and universities, but I have serious concerns as to whether or not the “real world” is included in the process.

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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 Your Degree in Public Relations Will- and Won’t- Teach You

Ronn Torossian

Whether you’re a first year PR student, third year engineering whizz considering a career change, or recent graduate weighing your options, a career in public relations has appeal.

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As Hurricane Florence hits, major companies respond with help for victims

PR Daily

Several organizations have been helping people in Hurricane Florence’s path prepare for the storm—and netting positive PR in the process. U-Haul recently announced that it’s providing 30 days of free storage at 94 locations across North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Georgia.

A Foundation in Ethics Is Built in Our Childhood

PRSay

A family’s value system is established early. When we were kids, our parents, teachers and other responsible adults taught us “right from wrong” either by lessons learned or by the observation of others’ actions.

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How to Improve Your Launch with a Strong Influencer Marketing Strategy

B2B PR Sense

Does your B2B product launch strategy need a little pizzazz? If you're looking for ways to improve your product launch, then your influencer marketing strategy might just hold the key. We've seen impressive results when we incorporate influencer marketing tactics into product launches.

The new era of transparency is a huge opportunity for PR

Communications Conversations

“Transparency” has been a buzzword of sorts the last year. It’s popping up in the news more. It’s a focal point for social platforms right now. And, most importantly, it’s top of mind with consumers.

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.

Balancing Public Trust: Why Hawaii’s Missile Test Text was a PR Disaster

Ronn Torossian

“What happened today was totally unacceptable,” Hawaiian Governor David Y. Ige relayed to a terrified- and outraged- state, “many in our community were deeply affected by this. I am sorry for that pain and confusion that anyone might have experienced.”.

Behind The Scenes of the Chipotle E. Coli Crisis, with William Espey

Melissa Agnes

How Chipotle’s mindset and culture helped them manage their E. coli crisis, even though they were not technically crisis ready at the time. You can also listen to this episode on iTunes , Spotify , and Stitcher.

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In this divisive era of outspoken messaging, PR’s best days are yet to come

PR Daily

Divisiveness is the watchword of the day, and no one is immune. Organizations large and small are increasingly compelled to speak up regarding societal and industry crises. Those of us in PR and corporate communications are uniquely qualified to shape, guide and mediate that discourse.

PR For The “New” Technology CEO

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

For CEOs of technology companies, arrogance is out and humility is in. “Boring is the new black,” proclaims New York Times tech columnist Farhad Manjoo in a piece about the latest trend for technology company chiefs.

A Summer of Public Relations: An Intern’s Perspective

PR Expanded

A Guest Post By Rhys Schueren, Student, Loyola University Maryland. This summer, I had the opportunity to intern for Cheray Keyes-Shima , APR, CPRC, at KSC, a marketing, advertising and public relations agency in Sarasota, Florida.

A PR pro’s guide to taking a company through an IPO

Muck Rack

A PR pro’s guide to taking a company through an IPO

K-pop’s Global Takeover

Ronn Torossian

South Korean pop culture has taken the world by storm, with the unrelenting wave of Korean exports earning itself its own colloquialism: Hallyu.

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4 Copy Editing Tips Every PR Professional Needs To Know

Prowly

Copy editing and crafting content is the number-one responsibility of every PR professional. These tips will help you editing in a much easier way. The post 4 Copy Editing Tips Every PR Professional Needs To Know appeared first on Prowly Magazine. Content Marketing Magazine copy editing

A mix of skills—new and old—that PR pros must master

PR Daily

The role of a PR professional has expanded into so many areas—digital, social media, marketing—that it’s hard to know what skills are required to do this multi-faceted and wide-ranging job.

Media Relations Dos And Don’ts For Holiday PR

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Tying media relations activities to key calendar milestones is a time-honored PR tactic, because it works. But if holiday PR opportunities are approached carelessly, they can be squandered.

Avoid these Fatal Press Release Errors

PR Fuel

I’ve maintained for years that most press releases simply go nowhere , but this fate is completely avoidable. Below you can review the main reasons press releases fail, some horror-show headlines, and a great example of a headline makeover! Why Most Press Releases Don’t Matter.

Crisis Ready Q&A: How Can You Merge Your Expertise Into A Career In Crisis Communication?

Melissa Agnes

This month’s question: “I have been a digital journalist, reporter and TV producer for the last 10 years. I am interested in merging my skills in breaking news coverage into a career in crisis communications.

Harvard Latest University to Respond to PR Fire

Ronn Torossian

Just Divided over Nike's New Ad

Mindful Marketing

by David Hagenbuch , founder of Mindful Marketing & author of Honorable Influence Nike just aired a new commercial that has quickly become entangled in controversy.

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Report: Most consumers recognize content marketing, but say it’s useful

PR Daily

The typical consumer is bombarded with marketing messages as they surf the web and interact on social media. To capture attention, many brand managers create articles, videos, infographics and other visuals to reach audiences and help them solve pressing issues.

5 Ways To Raise Your Internal PR Game

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Earlier this week, we made the case for raising your internal PR game. Today, we’ll suggest some ways to do just that. The technological and social changes over the past few years have both made internal communications more important, and also opened up opportunities to revolutionize it.

Consumers are pushing brands to deliver on innovation and ethical responsibility

Agility PR Solutions

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What happens when we look at content marketing through a PR lens

PR Warrior

All too often, in a short-term bid to grow sales, score votes or generate donations, businesses and organisations neglect the things that underpin the achievement of the commercial goals we so desperately seek. For example: INCREASED brand recognition and top-of-mind awareness.

Crowdsource Your Team’s Creativity for More Influential Communication

Ronn Torossian

Messaging isn’t a one-time deal. Done properly, narratives are bolstered by a regular stream of positive and connective messages communicated through a variety of media, with input from a variety of sources in your organization.

This month in bad PR pitches

Muck Rack

This month in bad PR pitches

5 tips for producing professional-caliber DIY videos

PR Daily

Want to achieve video content that gets noticed on social media, while staying on budget? Here are five ways to get professional results with DIY video content—even when your crew is just you. If you don’t want a scripted video, still make a plan.

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6 Quick Tips For PR Writers

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

If you’re in PR , chances are, you’re a writer. Now more than ever, public relations recruiters prioritize writing skills. Yes, visual content is very important in what we do, and we’ve woken up to the power of podcasts, but don’t underestimate written-word content.

Businesses that Bury the Hatchet

Mindful Marketing

by David Hagenbuch , founder of Mindful Marketing & author of Honorable Influence What’s a fun night out with friends for you? Maybe it’s dinner at a favorite restaurant or a trip to the movies to see a new release. How about throwing axes ?