Top 10 #PRTips Of The Week: January 18, 2017 | Embrace Disruption PR
Here are our Top 10 PR Pro Tips for this week, selected by the Embrace Disruption PR team from Twitter. Remember to submit your own PR pro tip using the hashtag #PRTip or #PRTips. Your tweet could be featured here next week!
#PRTip 3 – Make sure you can say your message in ‘sound bites’ i.e 10” – 15” secs. That’s maybe all the time you’ll get.
— Shiloh PR (@shilohpr) January 17, 2017
#PRtip: pitching is an art, not a science. Make sure your pitch is customized to make it appealing to your individual contact’s interest.
— See.Spark.Go (@seesparkgo) January 17, 2017
Proofing a co-workers’ piece? Don’t just check it on your monitor. Print a copy & read for content, spelling & grammar. #PRTip
— Leonard & Finco (@thePRexperts) January 17, 2017
Keep an eye on the weather. Look for ways to pitch your company in connection with a local or regional story in the news. #PRTip
— Leonard & Finco (@thePRexperts) January 16, 2017
#PRTip: Have a social strategy
Plan your messaging, platforms to use and your activity in detail before you post anything #socialmedia
— KD Communications (@KD_Comms) January 13, 2017
Nothing Sells Itself. #PRTip pic.twitter.com/kZFTImambA
— @ModionCommunication (@ModionComms) January 12, 2017
Never forsake the power of third-party credibility. #PRtip #ThursdayThought #TheInnerViewAdvisors pic.twitter.com/xZ8WT9fVIv
— TheInnerViewAdvisors (@InViewAdvisors) January 12, 2017
Looking to become a better public speaker? Practice in front of family, friends or co-workers and get their feedback. #PRTip
— Leonard & Finco (@thePRexperts) January 11, 2017
#PRTip Mix up your publicity/marketing strategies. Update your press photo, create a video blog or promo or reach out to a new media outlet.
— Susanne Pinedo (@PinedoPR) January 11, 2017
#PRtip: When was the last time you reviewed your website content? Make sure it’s up to scratch & reflects your firm’s current position
— LexRex Comms (@LexRexComms) January 10, 2017
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