Whether it’s an email to subscribers or a simple tweet, nothing makes an organization seem less professional than errant spelling or obvious mistakes.
Ongoing media relations success depends not only on having something new to say, but, also, something that will get the media’s attention.
Case Study: Environmental Fight to Protect Snow Gets Major Assist From Celebrity Snowboarders And Data-Driven ReportMay 20th, 2013 by PR News
Skiers and snowboarders are having an increasingly tough time finding new powder to master. The culprit? Climate change.
Here’s a snapshot of PR News’ May 14 Writing Bootcamp in Washington, D.C.
Press releases remain a large chunk of PR writing. The difficulty lies in getting journalists to read them, especially ones chock full of numbers and analysis.
Here are a few crucial writing tips that PR professionals need to incorporate now.
Any good PR person could tell you that it is relationships and actions—not ads or new messages—that will ultimately shape people’s opinions of your company.
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Great communicators are usually great writers, and great writers create great PR.