Top 10 #PRTips Of The Week: September 17th, 2014
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!
Stay at the leading edge of your profession. Take life-long learning seriously. #PRTips
— Pure PR (@PurePROKC) September 15, 2014
Show that your #brand appreciates interactions, there is a good chance you will earn an audience’s loyalty. http://t.co/wQDdBXNxOC #SMB
— Springboard PR (@PRtips) September 12, 2014
Always match your tone and attitude to your message in media interviews #PRTips
— EMSI PR & Marketing (@emsiPR) September 12, 2014
Select and prepare company spokespeople so you are ready the next time the media calls for an interview. #PRTIP
— Leonard & Finco (@thePRexperts) September 15, 2014
A public relations expert should never appear more important and or exclusive than the client . Respond to emails and calls .#PRtip
— Velma_ ThinkZilla PR (@cocotheceo) September 13, 2014
Spelling & grammar are both essentially important when conducting business. Proofread your blog posts before publishing. #PRtip
— The Bath Cafe (@TheBathCafe) September 10, 2014
Ask clients to provide a quote to include in press release. #PRTip #Marketing http://t.co/FZjkEMCW59
— Colleen Wietmarschen (@CWietmarschen) September 12, 2014
Relationships help to build character. Relationships help to build success. #PRTip
— Tina Glasneck (@TinaGlasneck) September 14, 2014
If you don’t know this already, it’s best to grow your following organically, it provides You with longevity & honest relationships. #prtip
— Baby Swags (@babyswags) September 15, 2014
#PRTip: One mention in the right blog, review or article can produce an effect worth tens of adverts.
— Hannah Sookias (@HannahSookias) September 10, 2014
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