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30 jobs in the PR and marketing world
By Brendan Gannon
PR Daily – May 30, 2019
Where are the top metro areas for creatives to find exciting work without having to pinch pennies? Find out, and then browse our roundup of current job openings.
Five Steps To A Meaningful Communications Audit
By Carey Kirkpatrick, CEO and founder of CKP
Forbes – May 30, 2019
Before deploying tactics like social media marketing, press outreach or running an ad campaign, it’s critical not to let assumptions drive strategy.
5 Tips On Running A Global PR Program
By Chris Harihar
Crenshaw Communications – May 30, 2019
For brands tapping global PR services for the first time, there is a pronounced learning curve. Here are five things to consider in executing a global communications strategy.
The PR Week 5.30.2019: Chris Legentil, DAZN [PODCAST]
PR Week – May 30, 2019
Chris Legentil, VP, comms & PR, North America at DAZN, gives us a behind-the-scenes look at promoting the Anthony Joshua-Andy Ruiz Jr. heavyweight title fight.
Siemens “Fabric” Campaign Wins Best In Show At African SABREs
The Holmes Report – May 29, 2019
“Fabric,” a campaign conducted by Atmosphere Communications on behalf of German manufacturing company Siemens, took home the Platinum SABRE.
6 questions with Bill Holland from S&P Global Market Intelligence
By Jessica Lawlor, CEO at JL&Co.
Muck Rack Blog – May 30, 2019
PR pros love a peek inside the minds of the journalists they pitch and work with on stories. Muck Rack had the opportunity to chat with Bill Holland, senior reporter for gas news at S&P Global Market Intelligence.
How Much Should You Charge a Client for PR Work?
By Caitlin Kelly
PR News – May 29, 2019
What should you be charging clients for your work? There is no definitive answer, but either coming in too low or too high can cost you.
What Criticism of NY Times’ Maggie Haberman Says About Media Relations
By Justin Joffe
PR News – May 30, 2019
PR Pros should be conscious of how the access we provide can stain reporting, learn editorial guidelines and get sources to put their names record.
How to Take your Industry Conference Attendance to the Next Level
By Perri Robinson
Meltwater Blog – May 30, 2019
With many events to choose from, the search for the best industry conference can sometimes feel a little overwhelming, but this doesn’t have to be the case.
5 Surprising Things You’ll Gain From a Media Training Session
By Hollie Geitner
Business 2 Community – May 29, 2019
The best way to prepare for interactions with a journalist is through media training, typically a full- or half-day session in a studio-like setting with camera practice.
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