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How to Maintain Relationships With Journalists During the Pandemic


Now, more than ever, journalists are relying on every type of video chat technology to get interviews, including Skype, FaceTime, Google Meet, Zoom and more. If you’re offering an interview, then be prepared to use whichever platform the journalist prefers. And always be ready with a backup plan if the technology fails.

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Five Quick and Easy Ways to Show #PR Thanks

Deirdre Breakenridge

Even just a little time each week to share thoughts with a student via Twitter or to schedule a Skype “coffee” chat is a fantastic way to show thanks. I’m able to catch up on what’s new in technology by walking through the exhibit hall. Of course, mentoring is at the top of my list.

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Solo PR Pros Pick Best Apps for Running a Business on the Go

Solo PR Pro

Working as solo consultants, many with virtual teams, we depend on our technology. Email, Cloud Services, Skype, etc., I schedule podcast interviews plus the other typical stuff and each one requires different follow-up questions and notifications. it allows us to work together and move our client work forward. SproutSocial.

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The Relationships You Must Commit to for Content Marketing Success


It’s not necessarily about content or technology, he explained in his keynote. Conducting deep dive interviews. What would happen to your marketing, Andy asked, if you met with like-minded, noncompetitive marketers once per month via Skype, Slack, etc. It’s about building relationships — and that comes down to people.

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Coming Full Circle – From Tech PR and Back Again

Shift Communications

You might have called me a bit of an untraditional candidate when I interviewed, having spent many years in PR at a small, Catholic liberal arts and sciences college. In our job as PR professionals, we need to ask a lot of questions, especially given the intricacies of our clients’ technologies. Suggest a Skype here and there.

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The book we have all been waiting for: Answers for Modern Communicators by Deirdre Breakenridge [Book Review]

Karen Freberg

A few years later, we had a chance to do a Skype session, which lead to several phone calls, guest talks, and meet ups in person. I love how Deidre has integrated so many professional insights and interviews for her new book. We first connected online through my research into social media influencers (my first published article!)

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How People Made 2010 What It Was

Waxing UnLyrical

Thanks to Skype, I kept my phone bill down, and was able to talk regularly not just with my family but with friends all around the world as well. While technology and, yes, money, made a lot of these things possible, what stands out are the people who I met, reconnected with, got to know. In my home. It’s always about people.