The surprise appearance of Derek Zoolander and Hansel on Valentino’s Paris Fashion Week runway provides a few takeaways for companies that have a new message to get out and want to cut through the proverbial clutter.
The Not There campaign is a clever demonstration of bringing an important issue into the public conversation to spark a dialogue and hopefully draw support for the cause.
Being more sensitive to the needs of pressed-for-time journalists is one way that companies and organizations can improve their media relations.
To cultivate relationships with journalists, there are a litany of practices to master; that’s if you want a puncher’s chance of getting reporters to consider your pitches and/or respond to your telephone calls.
Getting your pitch across the plate requires PR pros to be mindful of several things, lest the proposal end up in the circular file. But in a social media age, making sure you don’t waste a reporter’s time may not even be half the battle. That’s because you have to think about how the reporter can share the message with his or her network.
Chicago’s most talked-about addition to its famed skyline, the Trump International Hotel & Tower, has been the subject of countless stories since it was completed in 2009. In December 2014, after five years on the market, 14,000-square-foot penthouse was sold to entrepreneur Sanjay Shah. Mr. Shah retained Henson Consulting to create and implement a strategic approach to leverage his purchase and raise the visibility of his software company, Vistex Inc.
Many PR pros assume that they collaborate with journalists. For some journalists, however, that’s a false assumption.
Getting your press release noticed is more difficult than ever. If you’re finding that you’re not getting enough bites that turn into coverage, it may be time revisit your overall strategy. With that in mind, here are 10 tips for refining your press releases.