Top 10 #PRTips Of The Week: June 1, 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!
Identify the most popular hashtags in your sector to routinely integrate them into your tweets #PRTips
— JournoLink (@JournoLink) June 1, 2016
Marketing to kids? Remember – children think they're 5 years older than they actually are. #PRTips
— Pure PR (@PurePROKC) May 31, 2016
The last thing people want to hear when they meet you is your life story or why your biz is the best. Relax. Ask about them. #PRTips
— Cyndy Hoenig (@CyndyHoenig) May 31, 2016
Intention is everything. #prtips #publicity #podcasts #podcasting #onlinebusiness #smm #smb #entrepreneurship #quote pic.twitter.com/8Qwuljrl1w
— Esther Kiss (@EstherKiss) May 31, 2016
Keep in mind that reporters are returning to even more email than usual–so maybe hold your pitch until a bit later in the week. #PRtips
— Michelle Garrett (@PRisUs) May 31, 2016
Work to understand what your journalists want, and how they want it. One size doesn't always fit all. #PRTips
— PRdog (@prdog) May 31, 2016
Media Relations is 98% prep & 2% execution. Make sure to research the media outlet first. #PRTips
— Cyndy Hoenig (@CyndyHoenig) May 30, 2016
#PRtip: Make the #customer the hero of your #story. pic.twitter.com/2HdPy0kGMn
— White Water PR (@whitewaterpr) June 1, 2016
When pitching a reporter on a topic they know REALLY well, STOP opening with, "Did you know … ?" Yes, yes, I DO KNOW that. #prtip
— Roxanne Hawn (@roxannehawn) May 26, 2016
Working in a newsroom it drove me mad when PRs didn't understand the phrase "I'm on deadline". Time your pitch accordingly #PRtip
— HSW Media (@Hswmedia) May 24, 2016
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