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.
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.
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.
The basics for creating and/or optimizing a LinkedIn company page and what type of content to share.
With the new year right around the corner, there couldn’t be a better time to address editorial calendars.
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.
PR teams are at an advantage right now, putting our delicate messaging and story-telling skills to use. Lauren Reed on the PR Talk Podcast.
PR Talk Podcast conversation on the Three P’s of Job Hunting. Dan’s career-growth advice applies to more than just active job-seekers.
Sheila Hamilton, Kink morning show reporter turned mental health advocate, offers advice on battling the 3 key PR vulnerabilities on PR Talk
Coronavirus PR Management & Insights into Science PR. A Special Episode with Marvin Stockwell, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital on PR Talk Podcast.
With Engage right around the corner, host Amy Rosenberg sat down with Wil for a preview of his keynote and talked about how data will change marketing.
Adam Ritchie, Elizabeth Edwards & Marvin Stockwell joined Amy Rosenberg on the PR Talk Podcast during PRSA Icon Conference.
The APR is the topic of this episode of PR Talk Podcast. Listen to learn how an APR jumpstart transforms service-providers into C-suite advisers.
PR Talk host Amy Rosenberg talks with Kim about connecting local business to the larger trends that matter as well as tips for PRs seeking coverage.
Tricking ourselves into doing our New Year’s Resolutions we uncover our personal tendencies from Gretchen Rubin’s Habit Change Quiz