Top 10 #PRTips Of The Week: September 24th, 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!
There is always something to write about and there is always something to say. http://t.co/Sa9EUwza11 #content pic.twitter.com/US4TxdIW31
— Springboard PR (@PRtips) September 23, 2014
Interactive press releases are a mini-website #untj4460 #PR #publicrelations #tips
— Heidi Amsden (@heidiamsden) September 23, 2014
Technology changes. Human nature doesn’t. Capitalize on human nature. #PRTips #PRRockStar
— Pure PR (@PurePROKC) September 23, 2014
Sometimes you want to be careful how you talk and treat other people, you never know who they are or will become. #PR101 #PRTips #PRactice
— Abel & Fernandes (@_abelfernandes) September 23, 2014
Developing clear, unequivocal messaging is essential to effect crisis #communication. Read more: http://t.co/H17KlaED0h #PR #PRtips
— ECPR Austin (@ECPRAustin) September 22, 2014
People love a good story. Make the most out of your client case wins where possible #PRTips
— LexRex Comms (@LexRexComms) September 22, 2014
.@prweb Keep press releases short and to the point. Reporters want facts, not fluff! #PRTips
— PAWS PR (@PawsPR) September 22, 2014
“The more often you repeat something the more likely people are to believe it’s true.” #PositivePressPR #PRtips
— Positive Press PR (@PositivePressPR) September 22, 2014
Before you call a journalist you don’t know to pitch a story, check out their recent work so you don’t waste their time or yours. #PRTip
— Leonard & Finco (@thePRexperts) September 23, 2014
Pitch to the #media early in the morning to catch editors and reporters as they are go through their email. #PRTip
— Snap Storm Media (@SnapStormMedia) September 20, 2014
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