The world of PR is a multifaceted and complex industry, and there are a number of myths out there about what PR professionals do not do.
A PR team should expect that change is inevitable, and they should be flexible enough to adapt their original plan. Here are some tips on how to adapt with the client.
There is no way to guarantee an interview will go completely according to plan, but here are five tips that can help make the interview successful.
Many of today’s communication firms are moving to include content creation and marketing because they realize content distribution is driving results.
There are important guidelines to consider if you are in the process of transforming your corporate brand position to reach a non-traditional target audience.
You find stories about content marketing everywhere you look, but does it match its popularity in the press? We conducted a survey of marketing professionals to find out.
We’re constantly communicating with one another, but the balance has shifted to remote communication. Here’s a way to make the most of face-to-face interaction.
Figuring out how to best handle a PR crisis depends in part on whether your client is a public company, private company or non-public organization like an NGO.
When it comes to agencies hiring interns, the question that always comes up is: “To pay or not to pay.” Frankly, that should never be the question.
In PR, relationships drive business and results. It stands to reason that the answer to building a client roster lies in maintaining strong relationships.