Daily PR Brief – Mon 12/02/19


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PR/Comms industry news clips:

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How To Avoid Working With The Wrong Clients (Forbes – December 2, 2019)

PRovoke19: UNCF’s Dr Michael Lomax (Ep. 195) (The Echo Chamber Podcast – November 29, 2019) [PODCAST]

How to reduce the gender pay gap in PR (PRmoment (UK) – November 28, 2019)

What you can learn about presentations from the Amazon boss (Media First (UK) – December 2, 2019)

Countering Russian Disinformation and Propaganda in Ukraine (Everything PR – December 2, 2019)

Video: Why Is Media Relations Still Important? (Three Girls Media – November 27, 2019) [VIDEO]

News hijacking: our approach to executing this key PR tactic (Babel – November 27, 2019)

Garrett Pleads His Case, League Unmoved (CommPro – November 29, 2019)

3 things that Marketing Automation and PR have in common (Neo PR – November 29, 2019)

Holiday Networking Tips That’ll Make You Memorable (In a Good Way) (culpwrit – December 2, 2019)

Summary Section:

How To Avoid Working With The Wrong Clients
By Nicole Rodrigues, CEO and founder of NRPR Group
Forbes – December 2, 2019
The foundation of a successful agency or business is to have satisfied clients. This also means the agency needs to be satisfied with their clients, what they do, how they operate, and what their mission is.

PRovoke19: UNCF’s Dr Michael Lomax (Ep. 195) [PODCAST]
The Echo Chamber Podcast – November 29, 2019
In a discussion on diversity, Dr. Michael Lomax, the president of the United Negro College Fund, said people of color still faced enormous obstacles to inclusion. This session, recorded at PRovoke19, is brought to you in partnership with W2O Group.

How to reduce the gender pay gap in PR
By Danielle Meola, Head of HR at JourneyHR
PRmoment (UK) – November 28, 2019
Gender equality in the workplace remains a work in progress for UK businesses, with the UK found to have one of the biggest gender pay gaps in Europe. Unfortunately, the PR and communications industry is no stranger to this status quo.

What you can learn about presentations from the Amazon boss
By Adam Fisher
Media First (UK) – December 2, 2019
We’ve all been there at some point, desperately compiling our slide deck ahead of a key presentation or meeting. But what if there was a different way? What if you weren’t allowed to use slides?

Countering Russian Disinformation and Propaganda in Ukraine
Everything PR – December 2, 2019
DC invites qualified firms and organizations to submit the best-value proposal in response to the RFP objective: To create and implement social and digital media initiatives, products, and tools that educate, raise awareness, and activate best online practices throughout Ukrainian society to develop critical thinking, social media literacy, and source verification skills.

Video: Why Is Media Relations Still Important? [VIDEO]
By Emily Sidley
Three Girls Media – November 27, 2019
In this day and age, why is media relations still important? As this video explains, it continues to play a vital role in reaching consumers.

News hijacking: our approach to executing this key PR tactic
By Declan Bradshaw
Babel – November 27, 2019
Issues jumping, or ‘news hijacking’ as it’s sometimes referred to, is an age-old PR tactic that helps clients’ stories and messages cut through the noise by providing immediate insights on breaking news.

Garrett Pleads His Case, League Unmoved
By Ronn Torossian, CEO of 5WPR
CommPro – November 29, 2019
About a week after receiving an “indefinite suspension” from the National Football League for egregious unnecessary roughness stemming from an on-field fight, during which he smashed a helmet down on the head of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph, Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett was given the opportunity to plead his case.

3 things that Marketing Automation and PR have in common
By Catherine Soor
Neo PR – November 29, 2019
Jumping back into PR, I’ve picked out the top three reasons that link Marketing Automation and the unveiling world of PR together again.

Holiday Networking Tips That’ll Make You Memorable (In a Good Way)
culpwrit – December 2, 2019
Advice on being the perfect guest at a social event–10 tried and tested rules. The basics: RSVP and say thank you.


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