Here are our Top 10 PR Pro Tips for this week, selected from Twitter. Remember to submit your own PR pro tip using the hashtag #PRTip or #PRTips. Your tweet could be featured here next week!
The subject line of your email pitch should be less than eight words. Simplicity wins. #PRTips
— Aneela Rose PR (@AneelaRosePR) April 14, 2014
#PRTips: when mailing samples or anything from your brand, always insert a hand-written note. It adds a personal touch to your brand.
— Pretty Living Gal (@CharissaLauren) April 10, 2014
— Stephanie Greenall (@SDGreenall) April 9, 2014
#PRtip: You should read more tweets than you send out! No one likes a spammy over-tweeter!
— Blair Kaplan (@BlairKaplanPR) April 14, 2014
— Clare McWilliams (@ClareMcWilliams) April 14, 2014
#PRTip: Don’t underestimate the power of a thank you note.
— See.Spark.Go (@seesparkgo) April 11, 2014
— Byfield (@Byfield_PR) April 11, 2014
#PRTip – When sending out a pitch, be sure you are available for media inquires. Reporters appreciate a quick response back.
— DianaEnnen (@DianaEnnen) April 9, 2014
— See.Spark.Go (@seesparkgo) April 8, 2014
Always Always Always…have a contract. No contract, No service #PRTips
— Dr. Sheria Rowe (@4MissRia) April 16, 2014