Daily PR Brief – Mon 05/06/19


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Three Things Your Media Trainer Should Never Have Told You (Institute for Public Relations – May 6, 2019)

5 Technologies Disrupting Marketing and PR (Entrepreneur – May 6, 2019)

Misspelled Hashtags for Brand Names Cause Media Monitoring Woes (Glean.info – May 6, 2019)

6 networking types to avoid—and avoid being (Ragan – May 6, 2019)

What Does The Future Of The Corporate Communication Officer Role Look Like? (The Holmes Report – May 6, 2019)

Privacy at the Perfect Time: Google Lets Users Delete Location, Search History (PR News – May 6, 2019)

Motherly Advice To Improve Your Career in Communications (Spin Sucks – May 6, 2019)

Twitter: The Ultimate Public Relations Tool? (5W Public Relations – May 6, 2019)

3 ways PR pros can weather a crisis and come out on top (PR Daily – May 6, 2019)

A Guide to Breaking into the PR Industry (Behind the Lines – May 6, 2019)

Summary Section:

Three Things Your Media Trainer Should Never Have Told You
By Taylor Thelander
Institute for Public Relations – May 6, 2019
It is time to come clean with current misconceptions and make media trainings more evidence-based. Here is a look at three of the common myths about message delivery that persist till this day.

5 Technologies Disrupting Marketing and PR
By Terng Shing Chen, Founder & CEO, SYNC PR
Entrepreneur – May 6, 2019
These innovations are going to change the functioning of the marketing and the PR industry, making it accessible in every sense.

Misspelled Hashtags for Brand Names Cause Media Monitoring Woes
By William Comcowich
Glean.info – May 6, 2019
As people misspell branded hashtags more frequently, monitoring social media campaigns becomes more difficult for PR and marketing teams.

6 networking types to avoid—and avoid being
By Cathy Wellings, Director of The London School of International Communication
Ragan – May 6, 2019
Gathering to exchange war stories and business cards can be fun and even lucrative, but some people fail to bring along their manners—and their eye for less obvious opportunities.

What Does The Future Of The Corporate Communication Officer Role Look Like?
The Holmes Report – May 6, 2019
A study by grad students at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, followed by a roundtable discussion with industry leaders, explored the evolving role of corporate communication officers.

Privacy at the Perfect Time: Google Lets Users Delete Location, Search History
By Nicole Schuman
PR News – May 6, 2019
Companies who rely on Google location and search data as part of their marketing strategy, may not have it available much longer.

Motherly Advice To Improve Your Career in Communications
By Laura Petrolino, Chief Client Officer at Arment Dietrich
Spin Sucks – May 6, 2019
Mom really does know best. These pieces of motherly advice from the moms of communications pros will help you in your own career.

Twitter: The Ultimate Public Relations Tool?
5W Public Relations – May 6, 2019
Already a favored resource in every good journalist’s toolbox, Twitter remains highly underrated in the world of PR.

3 ways PR pros can weather a crisis and come out on top
By Beki Winchel
PR Daily – May 6, 2019
These takeaways from a chief communications officer can help you respond to a negative situation in a way that quickly boosts your brand and can get you through the storm.

A Guide to Breaking into the PR Industry
By Ronn Torossian
Behind the Lines – May 6, 2019
The days of traditional public relations are over, but career opportunities and the importance of creativity and social media savvy are more important than ever before.


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