This is not another piece about the glass ceiling. It’s about what women in PR can do right now to improve their odds of getting to the top.
A new business model is afoot that threatens not only objectivity in reporting and publishing, but also opportunities for earned media. Where is the line drawn to ensure news media is still delivering objective content?
PR needs to turn up its creative cap, invest in some Kevlar vests, and evolve to overcome the hostile environment of dominant pay-to-play.
There are numerous benefits to being familiar with what company owns which media outlet, including establishing contacts and multiplying your PR reach.
Brands that aren’t leveraging digital opportunities are giving away business to their competitors.
It’s the job of every PR practitioner to understand their client’s risk environment and operate accordingly.
It takes work to maintain a good relationship with a PR agency and get the results you desire. Here are some tips for keeping things on an even keel.
Here is some abridged contrarian thinking about how to approach important aspects of PR that you didn’t learn in school.
PR is a natural venue for story, but there are elements necessary to compelling stories that all PR professionals must know.