As a PR pro, you know how important it is for executives to become thought leaders–it helps business appear more credible and trustworthy to existing and potential customers. That said, there is a surefire way… Continued
Creating Thought-Leadership Articles that Media will PublishJune 22nd, 2022 by Ray Blakney
AP Style Update: Financial MarketsJune 21st, 2022 by Andrew Byrd
[Editor’s Note: One of the most popular articles on prnewsonline.com is a review and summary of AP style. We took that as a sign and decided to deliver a series of AP style updates for… Continued
Are Thought-Leadership Bylines No Longer Delivering? Here’s How They CanJune 13th, 2022 by Stephen Marcinuk
Has the thought-leadership essay outlived its usefulness? No, but the need for quality work is essential for its viability.
Newton, Shildt Gaffes Highlight What’s Needed Before an ApologyApril 13th, 2022 by Nicole Schuman
Some free speech offenders, like pro football’s Cam Newton, may need to do some soul searching before they issue an apology.
AP Style Updates: COVID-19April 12th, 2022 by Nicole Schuman and Andrew Byrd
We explain common COVID terminology and AP style, which is intended to ensure proper use in announcements and releases.
In 2022, Resolve to Improve Your WritingDecember 14th, 2021 by Luka Ladan and Seth Arenstein
Making resolutions is a New Year’s tradition. For PR pros, resolving to improve one’s writing is a useful objective. Here’s how.
AP Style Updates: Cryptocurrency and Emerging TechnologiesNovember 19th, 2021 by Nicole Schuman
We chatted with PR professionals embedded in the tech industry to identify a non-exhaustive list of emerging technology terms. We also created a section for those not-yet included in the Stylebook, to provide suggestions for standard use.
AP Style Updates: Social MediaSeptember 21st, 2021 by Nicole Schuman
PRNEWS looks at social media terminology to ensure proper AP style use for important campaigns, announcements and releases.
AP Style Updates: Diversity, Equity and InclusionAugust 18th, 2021 by Nicole Schuman
One of the most perennially popular articles on PRNEWS is an article reviewing AP style. We took that as a sign and decided to deliver a new series of AP style updates that may be helpful for communicating on emerging topics. Here we take a look at common DEI terminology in 2021 to ensure proper use for important announcements and releases.
Survey Finds a Skills Gap for B2B Tech CommunicatorsJune 10th, 2021 by Nicole Schuman
New research shows that 62 percent of B2B tech organizations struggle to find writers and communicators who can deliver the thought leadership content needed to promote their companies.