Sometimes an outline is all you need to get going. Templates provide a guide to what should be put where. Just fill in the blanks and you are on your way!
With events, press conferences—or anything you are inviting people to—it’s best to follow a Who, What, Where, When, Why format.
Looking for a template for the classic press release? Look no further for a straightforward example. Who, what, where, when, why?
Audio and/or video clips under 20 minutes that give you step-by-step PR and marketing insights.
Visual. Charity. Timing. Seems pretty simple. If you have these three elements in your pitch, you are on your way to a higher probability of success.
Tips for taking your own photos and videos, how to get those assets to the press and when to hire a pro. Plus guidelines for writing photo captions and lots of photo opportunity ideas.
There are many articles about how to become a thought leader. If you’re in marketing or PR, you need to know how to position one of the many “brains” in your organization as a thought leader.
Much of the content on our blog is educational. How To posts provide advice and guidance for a variety of topics.
Advice and step-by-step instructions on writing how-to blog posts including word count, headings, structure and call-to-action.
Three Professional Volunteer Ideas That Will Add Skills And Increase Connections. I am talking about volunteer work that will not only keep your skills sharp but also possibly bring new skills, such as through these three avenues listed.
PR Talk podcast episode about how we started PR Talk. Why we started it, our goals and an overview of the technical requirements are featured.
Over his thirty-year career, Dan Cook has worked as a staff journalist in five different markets, including stops at the Portland Business Journal and Reuters.
Specific step-by-step guide for completing Facebook Business page info, image specifics, and content tips.
Answer 5 questions and follow a systematic guide for building a blogging plan with staff, a board and volunteers.
PR Talk Podcast
Our PR Talk Podcast features education and tips for today’s marketer. Listen to interviews with media personalities for direct insight and recommendations from the source. Plus minicasts and solo tutorials from our staff.
The RoshowLive about visibility coaching, differences between working with men and women, confidence, vulnerability, and getting over your imperfections.
PR Talk podcast covering Public Affairs, Podcasts, and Public Health. Amy Rosenberg interviews Robert Johnson.
Topics include why you should incorporate data into your content, online mentions, tips on how to pitch, and how digital PR, link building, and content intertwine.
PR Talk podcast discusses the mechanics of satellite media tours and their effectiveness as the pandemic has limited in-person interviews.
In the latest episode of the PR Talk podcast, Amy talks with Jessica Lawlor about content management, what she looks for in PR pros and more.
Amy welcomes John Hall to discuss tips for productivity, how to combine thought leadership, SEO and PR to own your industry, and the difference between credibility and influence.
Whether you’re a student, intern or CEO, there will come a time when you must speak in front of an audience, which can be intimidating.
We have all been faced with an ethical dilemma in the workplace at one point or another and may not have known exactly how to handle it.
Peter Shankman talks about PR as a career with ADHD, tips to harness the power of ADHD, how PR people can strengthen relationships with the media.