Struggling to create new content at a such a quick rate? There's an easy way to create more content with less effort!
We know most of our readers are already "power of PR advocates" but for those who aren’t as convinced, we offer a series of stories to systematically examine the rationale for engaging a public relations strategy.
This situation is probably all too familiar to you. You’ve been cranking away at client emails for hours, hoping to get to all of them before your meeting that starts soon.
Hosting a press event in New York City or other major media market can be a powerful and efficient way to showcase your brand, expertise, timely views on topics of interest and your product offering.
There’s a simple hack that can lead you to creating more content with less effort involved.
If you don’t think your firm has the time and effort to become a content machine, you aren’t leveraging your content properly.
We’ve covered the dynamics that might be at play when you’re not quoted, but it’s just as important to focus on the glass-half-full! Let’s look at how to set the stage so you’re more likely to be quoted once you’ve obtained a coveted interview opportunity.
In a perfect world, every interview results in a quote or some form of spokesperson/firm/product mention. We know the world is imperfect and oftentimes forces beyond our control guide outcomes.
Clean Coal Technology for Clean Energy
Is clean coal even real? A look into the debate over how much clean coal really helps the environment.
US Investors May Fear They've Missed the Boat on this Recent Market Rally
-US equity funds shed $8.2 billion in the week ending July 20
-US bond funds captured almost double that amount