Here are our “Top 10 PR Pro Tips” picks for this week. Remember to submit your own PR pro tip using the hashtag #PRTip or #PRTips. Your tweet could be featured here next week!
— Elvie G PR (@ElvieGPR) December 16, 2013
Think like a reporter when you submit story ideas #PRTIP
— Christina Daves (@PRforAnyone) December 16, 2013
— Rachel Laitala (@rachmariepr) December 16, 2013
Santa's Media Relations Tip #7: Check your media list & check it twice. Get it wrong & the media will decide you're not nice! #PRTip
— Delta Media Inc. (@DeltaMediaPR) December 16, 2013
#PRTip: If your initial pitch didn’t work, don’t take it personally or let it stop you.
— The Brain Bureau (@TheBrainBureau) December 15, 2013
#PRTip: Every time you respond to a fan on social media, think about how you would want to be spoken to.
— See.Spark.Go (@seesparkgo) December 14, 2013
#PRTip – Write down any challenges you had doing an event and things that worked & didn't work. Makes a great article.
— DianaEnnen (@DianaEnnen) December 13, 2013
Explain your product or business in clear terms. Jargon alienates your potential customers. #PRtips
— Blu Lotus PR (@BluLotusPR) December 16, 2013
#PRTip: Leaders in any industry focus on "we" instead of "me".
— See.Spark.Go (@seesparkgo) December 11, 2013
#PRTip -Don't go in too many directions in your press release. Too much information can confuse your audience.
— DianaEnnen (@DianaEnnen) December 11, 2013