Public Relations

Public Relations is More Than a Bunch of Press Releases

Public relations is actually about trying to get conversations going, and actually being able to elevate things that are going on in your organization. That may be external and may be internal. Table Fries host, Jeanne Hopkins says, “One of the things that I really enjoy about BroadPR is it’s not just a bunch of …

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Queen’s Gambit for PR: Why You Need a Distinct Strategy

A well-designed strategy is a prelude to success: true in chess and equally applicable in public relations. But the value of a strong PR strategy has changed. It was not so long ago when the PR strategy played second fiddle to the marketing strategy. Often, the primary purpose of PR was to build a strong …

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The Venerable Press Release Is Here to Stay

Press releases have often received scorn from companies, and in the recent decade as social media has taken center stage, the decibel for its abolition has definitely grown louder. Popular grumbles we hear from clients and prospective clients include: Why do we need a press release when we have a blog? We can socialize announcements, …

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Why It’s Time for PR’s Voice – Can You Hear Me Now?

PR Pros are no strangers to giving organizations an authentic voice. Creating one is what separates good practitioners from the rest of the field. It drives interest, engagement, and coverage. But with today’s focus on podcasts and clubhouses, this authenticity is evolving. Writing a solid press release is no longer good enough; PR Pros need …

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Unethical PR – EXPOSED

Today, PR Pros work closely with sales, marketing, finance and HR teams to coordinate messaging. This means that they are sometimes privy to sensitive or private information. It also means they are equally responsible for the ethical use of this data. Below are some examples of everyday unethical actions: Sharing contact details “Hey, can I …

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