Communications Tips + Best Practices
Our blog gives leaders and marketers of purpose-driven businesses expert insights and practical advice to share their stories and position themselves as a leader in their field.
We have entered the age of the podcast! In terms of exposure, quality, and depth, podcasts rank as one of our top choices to garner attention for your cause and expertise. Whether you are a podcast veteran or new to the game, these tips for pitching and prepping will help you nail your next interview.
It’s summertime, and the (PR) pitching is easy! Even though you may not have a slew of big announcements to push out this summer, there are many ways to build momentum and stay connected with the media. Summer affords greater opportunities to build connections, expand expert positioning, share evergreen story angles, and begin pitching for Q4.
In the PR world, “Zero Moment of Truth” is the moment a reporter is “sold” on your pitch. How do you convert the lead to the sale, or in our case, the pitch to the feature story? The answer is all in your online presence.
Practically overnight, Shannon Watts went from stay-at-home mom to founder of the largest gun violence prevention organization in the United States. How? Hard work, a team of angry and dedicated moms, and PR.
Broadcast TV coverage can be one of the most impactful tools in our PR toolbox, so much so that we recommend clients always look for ways to create visuals and those “TV moments” that yield an opportunity to get on the news. When planning annual fundraisers, openings of new locations, or other major events, always think of ways to include elements that could make for good TV visuals.