Daily PR Brief – Fri 07/26/19


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What Facebook’s Federally-Imposed Privacy Committee Means For PR (PR News – July 25, 2019)

Top 5 summer reads for PR and marketing professionals (Babel – July 26, 2019)

How PR pros can create and distribute memes (PR Daily – July 25, 2019)

Spin Sucks Question: Favorite Professional Development Books (Spin Sucks – July 26, 2019)

5 Latinas Share How They Got Their Start In Public Relations And Their Top Piece Of Advice For Entrepreneurs (Forbes – July 25, 2019)

13 Big Mistakes Companies Make When Issuing Press Releases (Forbes – July 25, 2019)

Instagram Like Count Ban Spurs PR Firm to Expand Paid Digital Practice (CommPro – July 25, 2019)

How To Manage Expectations For A PR Campaign (Crenshaw Communications – July 26, 2019)

Why Do Journalists Get the Highest Profile Jobs in PR and Comms? (Power & Influence – Ella’s Blog – July 25, 2019)

Airline endures turbulent week (Media First (UK) – July 25, 2019)

Summary Section:

What Facebook’s Federally-Imposed Privacy Committee Means For PR
By Nicole Schuman
PR News – July 25, 2019
The Facebook decision provides a lesson for not only tech companies to learn from, but enhances the importance of traditional public relations practices for any company. One person can never make all of the decisions.

Top 5 summer reads for PR and marketing professionals
By Ben Cole
Babel – July 26, 2019
Not into novels? Want to learn more about PR and marketing? I’ve put together a choice selection of fascinating and excellent titles that are perfect for PR professionals and great for a summer read. …

How PR pros can create and distribute memes
By Sarah Metoxen
PR Daily – July 25, 2019
The online creations have become an increasingly important part of internet communication. Here’s how you can develop your own memes—and use them effectively to sway audiences.

Spin Sucks Question: Favorite Professional Development Books
By Whitney Danhauer
Spin Sucks – July 26, 2019
What’s your favorite professional development book? That’s what we asked in the #SpinSucksQuestion. And we list our top suggestions for communicators.

5 Latinas Share How They Got Their Start In Public Relations And Their Top Piece Of Advice For Entrepreneurs
By Vivian Nunez
Forbes – July 25, 2019
From founding their own agencies to elevating stories within Airbnb, these five Latinas share how they got their start.

13 Big Mistakes Companies Make When Issuing Press Releases
By Forbes Agency Council
Forbes – July 25, 2019
Members of Forbes Agency Council share the mistakes businesses often make with press releases and what to do instead.

Instagram Like Count Ban Spurs PR Firm to Expand Paid Digital Practice
CommPro – July 25, 2019
5W Public Relations, one of the 15 largest independently owned PR firms in the U.S., has announced plans to expand their paid digital practice in response to Instagram’s announcement that it is moving forward with the company’s test of hiding likes on posts to more markets around the globe.

How To Manage Expectations For A PR Campaign
By Matt Herman
Crenshaw Communications – July 26, 2019
77% of agencies say they have difficulty managing client expectations during their relationship. Where does this come from, and how can agencies correct it?

Why Do Journalists Get the Highest Profile Jobs in PR and Comms?
By Ella Minty
Power & Influence – Ella’s Blog – July 25, 2019
They get most of the best jobs out there because, also, they are unlikely to be called “spinners”. Moreover, their future employers easily assume that former journalists can save them if they need public/media “saving”.

Airline endures turbulent week
By Adam Fisher
Media First (UK) – July 25, 2019
There’s nothing quite like the intense pressure generated by a crisis media management incident. So, imagine having to face three damaging reputational issues in one week.


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