A Crazy Guide to PR
Did you hear that Amy is writing a book? It’s all about PR (imagine that), with the working title of A Crazy Guide to PR. Amy shares an overview of what the book is about and how she sat down to create a coaching program that accidentally turned into a book.
Over the next several months we’ll be sharing with PR Talk Podcast listeners the content of Amy’s upcoming PR book. It is a roadmap of how to “DO” public relations, including the following topics:
- PR 101
- Selling PR – what PR is about, who cares and how it is different.
- Types of PR people – what type will you be?
- Different types of PR
- Forgetting your story
- PR ideas that can create PR results
- Types of news that can be good press releases
- Media Etiquette
- Including exclusives and embargos
- Working with different types of media
- Print, tv, radio, blogs/websites
- Operating like a newsroom
- Press Conferences
- Tying it all together
- Digital PR, Social PR, SEO PR
- Crisis prevention
- Living the PR lifestyle
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