Daily PR Brief – Mon 03/16/20


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PR/Comms industry news clips:

 

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My Top 5 Working from Home Tips (Iliyana Stareva Blog – March 16, 2020)

Council Post: What To Do When Your BS Meter Goes Off (Forbes – March 16, 2020)

Consumer Confidence Hits the Skids (O’Dwyer’s – March 16, 2020)

How to use humor in solving tough business problems (PR Daily – March 16, 2020)

Best Practices for Communicating Event Cancellations (PR News – March 14, 2020)

How Social Media Has Changed the PR Job Function (Meltwater Blog – March 15, 2020)

Good News Stories for When You Need a COVID-19 Break (Spin Sucks – March 16, 2020)

Storytelling hammers the final nail in the coffin of Guy Fieri’s eatery (Ishmael’s Corner – The Hoffman Agency – March 16, 2020)

COVID communication—5 tips for handling internal dialogue during the coronavirus (Agility PR – March 16, 2020)

Landing Your Dream PR Job: The Research (BLND Public Relations – March 16, 2020)

This month in bad PR pitches: Coronavirus edition (Muck Rack Blog – March 16, 2020)

Summary Section:

My Top 5 Working from Home Tips
By Iliyana Stareva
Iliyana Stareva Blog – March 16, 2020
Not every company and individual have the culture of working from home but with the coronavirus now things are changing. Here my top working from home tips

Council Post: What To Do When Your BS Meter Goes Off
By Beth Noymer Levine, Founder & Principal of SmartMouth Communications
Forbes – March 16, 2020
If you’re in a leadership position and find yourself in meetings with the occasional BS artist, here are three tips for cutting to the chase and saving your (and everyone else’s) sanity.

Consumer Confidence Hits the Skids
By Kevin McCauley
O’Dwyer’s – March 16, 2020
Consumer confidence has hit the skids, according to the Morning Consult survey, which reports that its consumer sentiment rating today hit its lowest point since tracking began two years ago.

How to use humor in solving tough business problems
By Jaqueline Kolek
PR Daily – March 16, 2020
Beyond helping you lighten up so you don’t burn out, laughter stimulates creative brain waves. Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other temporal lobe and the ‘ah-ha’ moment.

Best Practices for Communicating Event Cancellations
By Nicole Schuman
PR News – March 14, 2020
A PR professional becomes part of a brand’s front line when an event is cancelled or postponed.

How Social Media Has Changed the PR Job Function
By Michelle Garrett
Meltwater Blog – March 15, 2020
There’s one truth that anyone working in public relations can relate to. Our profession is constantly evolving.

Good News Stories for When You Need a COVID-19 Break
By Laura Petrolino, Chief Client Officer at Arment Dietrich
Spin Sucks – March 16, 2020
Tired of reading endlessly about the pandemic. We’ve got you covered with good news stories to brighten your day..

Storytelling hammers the final nail in the coffin of Guy Fieri’s eatery
By Lou Hoffman, CEO of the Hoffman Agency
Ishmael’s Corner – The Hoffman Agency – March 16, 2020
Breaking down the storytelling in this New York Times review of Guy Fieri’s Times Square restaurant which bit the dust in 2018.

COVID communication—5 tips for handling internal dialogue during the coronavirus
By Julie Talenfeld
Agility PR – March 16, 2020
As a business-owner myself and a crisis communications expert, I’ve put together a quick-hit list of the five best ways to communicate with your employees as we brace ourselves for what’s to come.

Landing Your Dream PR Job: The Research
BLND Public Relations – March 16, 2020
What’s great about a lifestyle public relations agency is that there are so many things to choose from! However, finding the perfect one is the challenge.

This month in bad PR pitches: Coronavirus edition
By Jessica Lawlor
Muck Rack Blog – March 16, 2020
Here are some of the very cringeworthy (and inappropriate) tweets from journalists about the coronavirus-related PR pitches landing in their inboxes.


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