Top 10 #PRTips Of The Week: May 25, 2016
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!
When you call someone in the media, your first 4 words should be "Are you on deadline?" #PRTips #PRRockStar
— Pure PR (@PurePROKC) May 24, 2016
Become known in your community, then expand. Attend regional, state, national events, especially in your area, 4/month. #PRTips
— Cyndy Hoenig (@CyndyHoenig) May 24, 2016
#PRTip Tuesday! The headline of your press release can make or break the engagement to its receiver. Be enticing! #1stImpressions #PRLife
— Janiece Noel (@JanieceNoelPR) May 24, 2016
Humor can often increase engagement on your social media posts. Don’t be afraid to be funny! #PRTip
— Leonard & Finco (@thePRexperts) May 23, 2016
#PRTip: Measure your digital #PR success by delving into analytics. pic.twitter.com/KmaUybXqvb
— Aneela Rose PR (@AneelaRosePR) May 22, 2016
#PRTip Do not underestimate the power of #Calendar listings. Some even offer you to upload pics & videos to ensure optimal viewership.
— Susanne Pinedo (@PinedoPR) May 22, 2016
#PRTip: "Encourage an open-door policy with customers to gain valuable feedback." #PRAgency
— GreenRoom (@GRNRMAgency) May 21, 2016
Unless you have a weekend event, or want to purposely bury a story – never pitch the press or send out a press release on a Friday. #PRTip
— Jo Scard (@scardjo) May 21, 2016
#PRTip: PR stands for public relations – like any relationship, you have to work hard at it for it to succeed
— Julia Kendrick (@JRKendrick) May 20, 2016
Stay in tune with what others in your industry are doing. Follow their social media sites to stay up to date. #PRTip
— Leonard & Finco (@thePRexperts) May 20, 2016
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