Do you really have to kiss up to clients?

By Arik Hanson   This post can originally here     A big part of being on the agency or consultant side of our business is building and managing the client relationship. Your job is to establish rapport and trust with clients. You want them to see you as a partner. However, in some instances, this “relationship building” can … [Read more...]

7 best ways to start your PR career

By:  Meaghan McClellan                                        This post can be originally found here When you navigate the choppy waters of the PR world, you have to be the press and the person who deals with the press all at once. This can be a tricky juggling act if you're just beginning to spread your wings in the PR world. Luckily, with … [Read more...]

7 Reasons You Work in PR (& Love It!)

This post can originally be found here 7 Reasons You Work in PR (& Love It!) We've all read and heard how the PR industry is fast-paced, competitive and often lands on “most stressful” lists. And when newbies come into our office, I often share the following: 53 Signs You Work in PR Indeed, it’s a bit of a reality check (shock … [Read more...]

Five Ways to Fight Spin and Change the Perception of the PR Industry

By: Gini Dietrich      This post can originally be found here Last night, at Third Tuesday in Toronto, a question came up during the Q&A portion. The attendee wanted to know if we’re ever going to win the fight against spin. Her point? Spin works. Negative campaigns work. We want to watch the train wrecks. We’re more interested … [Read more...]

The best times to post on social media

By Kristin Piombino     This post can originally be found here   Do you post social media updates when your audience has the highest chance of seeing them, or just whenever you think of it or happen to have a free minute? If you aren't posting to a social media site when most of your audience members are on it, all that time you spent … [Read more...]

4 ways great email pitches are like movie trailers

This post can be originally found here   By Megan Schuman Crafting the perfect pitch is a fundamental skill for PR professionals: Create a message, tailor it to your audience, and include a call to action. Journalists, bloggers, and other PR pros receive dozens of email pitches a day. To make your pitch stand out, take a page … [Read more...]

4 Common Mistakes PR Pros Make on Twitter

This post can originally be found here by Ben Murray   Twitter is by no means a new platform, yet for some reason, many PR pros—and professionals of all stripes—continue to misuse, misunderstand and not fully take advantage of it. Here are four common mistakes PR professionals are making on Twitter, and how they can fix them. Lacking … [Read more...]

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