PR can be used as a resource in so many ways to protect, enhance or build reputations through the media, social media, or self-produced communications. But it’s not for every situation.
The most important factor when pitching media is choosing a subject that is relevant to the reporter’s beat.
Getting your story pitched and successfully placed is not easy. Don’t make it harder by getting trapped in these media relations pitfalls.
Podcasts are a booming market that PR pros can take advantage of, especially if they treat podcasters like reporters.
The Pat McAfee Show. If you didn’t know about it a week ago, you do now, all thanks to the goose that laid the golden egg – Aaron Rodgers and the controversy he created around his COVID-19 immunization (or lack thereof).
The National Football League, especially NFL MVP and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, have been sacked, by the truth, for an incalculable loss of reputation. If the NFL was ever trying to hold players accountable for their vaccination status, Rodgers fumbled that effort with a big public relations taboo: heavily misleading media.
Muck Rack’s recently released State of PR 2021 highlights that journalists and PR professionals really aren’t listening to what the other one is saying.
Muck Rack’s 2021 State of Journalism revealed that 94% of journalists said their reporting has shifted to focus on the coronavirus in some way.
When an unplanned PR opportunity occurs, it’s important to capitalize on it – and fast – before the moment is gone.
How you can stay up to date on your industry news without spending the whole day sifting through a Twitter feed, hundreds of Google searches and 12 different news outlets.
This week our focus is on websites that can help agencies and others behind the scenes. Specifically, we’re going to point out some of our PRGN members’ favorite customer relationship, time recording and video conferencing companies.