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PR/Comms industry news clips:
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5 tools everyone in the PR industry should be using
By Jada Crespo
Axia Public Relations – July 15, 2020
You need the right tools for excellent public relations work, whether you’re a dedicated firm or part of in-house PR efforts.
A profession in stasis or catching the moment?
By Anne Gregory, Chair in Corporate Communication, University of Huddersfield
Influence (UK) – July 15, 2020
Reading the most recent CIPR State of the Profession report makes me feel like we are at an inflection point. It could go either way: sky’s the limit or going backwards.
PR Embargo: What are PR Embargo’s and What does it Entail?
By Ronn Torossian, CEO of 5WPR
RonnTorossian.com – July 15, 2020
Embargos introduce benefits and challenges in today’s public relations space. With PR embargoes, PR professionals can time key announcements to take control of a narrative and provide reporters with adequate time to prepare comprehensive stories about a subject.
The PR copywriter’s secret toolkit
By Jack Kelleher
Agility PR Solutions – July 16, 2020
Whether emails to clients, internal communications, or press releases, we’re always writing something, so any shortcuts or quality of life improvements can accumulate to make a significant difference.
The Moment Of Truth For Internal Communications
By Mark Attard, President of Livewire
Forbes – July 16, 2020
Covid-19 has made more leaders see the value in internal communications and how it helps companies navigate change.
A Tale of Two Companies and Employee Relations: Verizon and Airbnb
By Nicole Schuman
PR News – July 15, 2020
Putting employees first is key, as a Verizon training program shows, and that responsibility lies with the employer, not the consumer.
PR’s Top Pros Talk: Craig Minassian [VIDEO]
By Steve Barnes
O’Dwyer’s – July 16, 2020
Clinton Foundation chief communications & marketing officer Craig Minassian talks about how non-profit organizations can connect with audiences in this week’s “PR’s Top Pros Talk” with D S Simon Media’s Doug Simon.
CIPR research shows enduring problems for Public Relations
By Ben Verinder, MD, Chalksteam
Influence (UK) – July 15, 2020
For the past three years my agency Chalkstream has worked with the CIPR to produce the annual #StateofPR study. As we brace ourselves for the broader impacts of Covid-19, this seems like the right moment to consider what this research tells us about PR present and past, and what clues it holds for our future.
The 2 Biggest Blunders People Make When Talking With a Reporter — and How to Avoid Them
By Jonathan Rick
The Jonathan Rick Group – July 15, 2020
If you want to speak with the media, then you need media training. Never confuse a reporter for a friend.
PR & Adtech: Marketing for Marketers
By Jade Minh
Everything PR – July 15, 2020
Today’s tech-savvy marketers have a common goal: using technology to maximize their return on investment. Creating an effective strategy to help increase a brand’s reach and position a brand as a thought-leader in an industry, PR pros can implement three key strategies.
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