PR pros should always be on the lookout for ways to shine a light on their brands. When the right circumstances converge with proper preparedness, even the national spotlight is within their grasp.
Stories by BY CAITLIN MORRISSEY, ACCOUNT MANAGER, HENSON CONSULTING
We asked four PR pros with extensive writing backgrounds to provide tips and tactics.
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With the holidays upcoming we asked Shareablee to look at the consumer goods industry’s social engagement.
When launching a b2b product or service, PR pros have to introduce a client’s product in an interesting way, while making it stand out in a crowded marketplace.
Social media is like a megaphone. It can broadcast the good, and it can turn whispers of discontent into yells that millions can hear.
As an industry, PR tends to stand in the shadows—behind its clients, promoting them and making them the heroes.
Sometimes a survey stands alone. Its data is acknowledged and then placed on a shelf to gather dust. Last week’s PRSA Foundation study of the attitudes of young Black and Hispanic PR professionals is meant to kick off a larger effort.
These types of communication have a huge influence on the fortunes of the affected company for years, so getting them right is important.