One of the primary goals of PR practitioners is to leverage relationships. Whether it’s with reporters, colleagues, vendors or spokespeople, our job is all about establishing relationships to ultimately gain exposure for our clients, but also to make us more effective at what we do.
Career communicators will invariably say their skills and expertise are highly transferable. That is 100% true—with one exception.
The Free Library of Philadelphia wanted to let the city know that “we’re here, we’re awesome and we’re ready to help.” Read about the PR behind the campaign.
The experiences of Penn State and Rutgers show how cultures with lax oversight, athletic-department hubris and the failures of effective university leadership can sink well-cultivated reputations for learning and integrity.
A well-managed brand can be a strong business asset in tough economic times. Here are some PR takeaways to consider when leveraging a brand in this climate.
In November 2011, it was necessary to close a heavily-used bridge for 48-hours over a weekend to pour concrete on the new lanes. Here’s what we learned.
One of the best bosses I ever had was a great communicator. He would take the time to sit down with his team and share important organizational news.
As PR professionals, we understand the value of a well-written, timely press release. As a crucial part of any successful public relations strategy, a press release provides you with an opportunity to boost company visibility and have control of the news that’s being shared.
While you can gush mentions about your brand until you are blue in the face, and Kim Kardashian can tweet about your brand until she breaks a nail, the two of you may cause awareness but lack the audience loyalty and trust to cause notable action.
Professional reputation hinges on proper email communication. Use these tactics to ensure you don’t jeopardize your business relationships.