Even as businesses are slowly reopening or bringing their employees back to the office as our nation gradually revives, many businesses are still wondering how to clearly communicate during this time. When we first started dealing with the effects of COVID-19, many thought this would be a quick and fairly easy effort. Businesses would be […]
Public Relations experts are optimistic that the industry will see considerable growth. Social media’s explosive evolution and the multitude of communications calamities over the years have highlighted public relations
The practice of avoiding media exclusives has been a general rule in public relations for eons. Most PR pros believe that exclusives, the act of promising one reporter sole access to a story, limits the coverage range of your pitch.
A study by the Oriella PR Network found that approximately 75 percent of “targeted” press releases were still useful according to an article from PRNewser. As a reminder, follow these crucial tips to ensure your press releases don’t go unnoticed: