Editorial Calendars: A Key to Publicizing Your Business
What is the one thing that all of the best public relations
They research and compile editorial calendars from publications
You should too.
What's an editorial calendar?
Editorial calendars are schedules of what topics a publication
If you feel that you can contribute to this particular topic,
Final thoughts: Many publications post their editorial calendars
Bill Stoller, the "Publicity Insider", has spent two decades as
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Amendola Communications Honored as a Top Healthcare Agency in Ragan and PR Daily's Ace Awards - PR Newswire (press release)
Communicating PR to the C-Suite: Two Approaches With Several Common Aspects - PR News - For Smart Communicators (blog)
'We are losing the PR war on marijuana.' Northern Indiana county sheriffs discuss the prospect of legalized pot in ... - nwitimes.com
New Fantasy Football Game Platform 'Protoblock' Drafts as its PR Quarterback TransMedia Group, which will be First ... - PR Newswire (press release)
3 Reasons to Tap into the Power of Publicity
Publicity is obtaining editorial coverage or features for your business. Publicity is getting your business reported as news.
Yes, There is a PR Sweet Spot
And here it is: public relations alters individual perception leading to changed behaviors among the key outside audiences of a business, non-profit or association manager. It happens when the manager applies positive actions affecting the behaviors of those important external audiences that most affect his or her operation.
How PR Helps Fiercely Competitive Managers
Fiercely combative business, non-profit and association managers use every PR weapon they can lay their hands on. Which means they employ strategic, rapid-fire print and broadcast tactics every day of their business lives.
Publicity - Tips on Dealing With the Media
You thought of it, you researched it, you wrote it. So you own your story.
Does the PR Blueprint Work?
Managers, please take a minute and read two sentences: People act on their own perception of the facts before them, which leads to predictable behaviors about which something can be done. When we create, change or reinforce that opinion by reaching, persuading and moving-to-desired-action the very people whose behaviors affect the organization the most, the public relations mission is accomplished.
How To Get Radio-Active PR For Your Non-Profit Cause-Part One
"We are in the communications business, the business of conveying messages to the human brain," said the late David Sarnoff, founder and president of RCA. "No man is wise enough to know which avenue to the brain is best.
How To Write A Press Release: The Seven Deadly Sins And How To Avoid Them
How to write a press release that generates free publicity is a great skill to have.This analysis, of the seven deadly sins of how to write a press release and how to avoid them, contains press release sample writing and a how to write a press release sample.
Hey, Mr/Ms Manager!
Does it really make sense to bet your PR budget on results like newspaper mentions and zippy brochures while your all-important outside audience behaviors are probably receiving much less attention than they need?I mean, the concern is valid. What your most important external audiences believe about your organization, and then to what behaviors those perceptions lead, has a lot to do with whether it - and you - succeed.
PR - More Than News Releases
Public relations and news releases are synonymous in the minds of some. Because the media relations aspect of PR is so "public", the PR discipline often is narrowly defined by this tactic.
Doubt PRs Clout? Dont!
Done right, it helps modify the behaviors of your most important target audiences, and that can spell S-U-R-V-I-V-A-L.I don't believe that's an overstatement because a customer who thinks badly of you and your business will not soon be darkening your threshold.
16 Publicity tips for Restaurants
With a dismal failure rate of more than 75 percent among restaurants, you must be sure you do everything you possibly can do to promote your restaurant through free publicity. Here are 16 tips that will boost your publicity efforts and help you finally get noticed--even if you don't have a big advertising budget.
What Does the Public Relations Client REALLY Want, and Why?
It's not unusual for clients of service providers to insist that their budget dollars be quickly applied to a variety of flashy tactics. Yet, when pressed, many acknowledge that what they REALLY want for their money is visible, end-game change.
What Does Your Telephone Say About You When You Are Away?
Business to Business relationships come to expect a certain level of professionalism, from the first telephone call to the final delivery.Your business can be on the Really Big 500 list, employ only a handful of people, or be a business of one but what is said by that business to other business customers will reflect the personality of that business.
PRs Big Bang Theory
Lots of theories out there about public relations.Everything from "publicity's the thing!," "the care and feeding of reputations and "sales support is primary" to "gain and hold public acceptance," and "issue management's the thing.
PR Secrets for Small Business
Most small businesses do little to no public relations (PR) to promote their businesses. The reasons are fairly common.
Ill Alert The Media
There is something newsworthy happening at your organization right now. Here are some tips on how to tell your story.
6 Essentials for Doing Your Own PR: Guest Author
Today's issue of Lean Marketing Champions features tips on doing your own PR from one of our authors and PR goddess, Paula Gardner.1.
Same Old, Same Old PR Still Tops
Like human nature over time, the power of good public relations remains the same.Whether you are a manager working for a business, a non-profit or an association, at some point, you will want, or need to create outside stakeholder behavior change - the kind that leads directly to achieving your managerial objectives.
Detailing The Famous Kentucky Derby Train
The annual detailing of the Kentucky Derby Train is an annual ritual for the beautiful long sleek historical piece of American History. It may seem easy to detail such a fine piece of machinery, but it take many man-hours and they expect it perfect.
PR Where it Matters Most
What's more crucial to the success of a business, non-profit or association than its most important outside audiences and stakeholders?Nothing.Those stakeholder behaviors directly impact virtually every management and operating activity of the organization.
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