In Becoming Memorable: The Female Entrepreneurs Guide to Public Relations, Talia Beckett Davis, President of American Women in Public Relations and Canadian Women in Public Relations, shares her personal tips to help you get started with your own PR strategy.
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Life is too short not to make meaningful connections. Be authentic, follow your passion, cultivate relationships and use social media networking to accelerate your connections.
Building a strong support network can open up doors for opportunity and is one of the most influential things you can do for your career success.
Find other women that share your business goals, but don’t be afraid to move out of your comfort zone. Do you see that shy person sitting in the corner? She may be your next client. Find ways to collaborate, especially as a solo entrepreneur, in order to reach a level of success you never thought possible. Read more…
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You’ve just landed a new PR client. You feel the rush of signing with a new brand. It’s exciting; no matter how long you’ve been in business. What’s your next step?
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Every day, brand marketers rely on the power of social media to engage directly with their consumers — but now that rewarding connection is at risk. With people’s trust in social media at only 41 percent globally*, consumers are now expecting brands to help fix the problems plaguing social media.
Owners of PR firms learn quickly that if they want to get paid fairly for their professional work, they must establish and account for hourly rates per staff at all levels. To get to the right place, they must manage salaries, overhead, benefits, out-of-pocket expenses, utilization rates and – most important – profitability.