We’ve all had it—a pitch that feels like a sure thing. A pitch that sounds so perfect, you’re certain that elusive USA Today reporter you’ve been trying to connect with for months will gobble it up.
Posts Tagged: PR advice
Working with media is a large part of what PR professionals do on a daily basis. While that can mean creating and distributing press releases, pitching and following up with reporters and editors, it’s not uncommon that, due to our key relationships, reporters come to us needing expert sources to comment on breaking news, stories or trends.
For many clients, landing a spot on the front page of The New York Times or a segment on the “Today” show is the end-all be-all of public relations. But the truth is, the “ideal” placement—the one that will earn the customer the greatest amount of exposure, credibility and impact on business—varies dramatically depending on… Read more »
In the public relations world, follow-up phone calls are a necessary evil. We understand media are inundated with press releases and emails from PR pros on a daily basis, which creates a necessity to follow up to ensure they received the information we sent. Trust me, we don’t want to sit down and make phone… Read more »
Here are 11 common pieces of PR job advice that were frequently repeated during the first HAPPO Twitter chat.