Many newspaper newsrooms these days still have a beat system, but there are also web sites, video and a constantly changing media landscape to contend with.
For PR professionals, especially those tasked with pitching story ideas to the media, the mantra to remember is “Keep It Short and Simple.”
“Mad Men” involved concepts that are outdated, but the series still holds crucial lessons for C-Suites and will help them evolve in this quickly-growing digital age.
By better educating company executives (or empowering clients to educate theirs), you can increase the level of understanding around the broad potential impact of PR.
Working remotely isn’t a new concept, but for a culture that already has a habit of foregoing vacation days, is it possible to ever leave work behind?
Pitching TV producers and reporters requires following a special set of rules, and if you follow them correctly, you will have TV newsroom contacts for a long time to come.
Whether writing a press release, an annual plan, or just a simple pitch – you’re always simply telling a story.
Clarifying your communications will help your business stay on track, and it will help your customers to connect with your business to a greater degree.
No matter what new technology is hastily flung into the PR arena, writing remains one of the most basic skills of a PR professional.