Amy shares five rules to follow and what red flags to look out for when establishing a successful relationship with your PR firm.
Amy Rosenberg Articles
Internal communications is a critical practice, and with a bit of planning and structure, it can become a cornerstone of your company culture.
Amy sets the record straight by busting seven stubborn public relations myths and reveals how PR brings value to an organization.
My mind is currently being blown by Yuval Noah Harari’s “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind.”
I recently started bullet journaling in an attempt to appease my ADHD brain and found that it is customizable, removes clutter and brings calm.
A streamlined, straightforward press release template from Amy Rosenberg and Veracity Marketing. Available for download in Word or Google Doc format.
The content you publish can help with hiring and keeping employees engaged. During the Great Resignation, leaders need to share the what along with the why.
Combat overwhelm by planning ahead with three key areas: Yours, Theirs & Fluff. How to get started planning your content marketing.
I used to be American. I bragged that I’d never taken a sick day. I qualified this by accounting the time I’d worked through the worst stomach bug I’d ever had: the norovirus.
I close the month out by joining Glennon’s rally cry as she says “screw you, January!” But as a PR person, I offer a flippant middle finger to January’s evil PR firm that clearly doesn’t put caretaking over profits.
Strategists, experts, content creators and implementers make up the right team that will deliver results.
Content marketing and PR teams must work hand-in-hand to maximize their effectiveness. Initiatives can support consumer marketing and PR outreach efforts.