We chatted with Dr. Ana Adi (@ana_adi) about future-proofing public relations, AI, and trends in PR. Dr. Adi is a PR and corporate communications professor at Quadriga Berlin and is a researcher, consultant, Chairwoman of Digital Communication Awards, and host of the Women in PR Podcast. Ana joined us to talk about future-proofing PR and … Continue reading Future-Proofing PR – A Prime Time PR Chat about Public Relations Trends
Samantha Reynolds (@sr_helpsidehr) has a passion for helping small businesses find the answers to their payroll, employment law, HR, employee benefits, and risk management challenges. She was kind enough to be a guest on Prime Time PR chat and help me to understand why the disconnect between HR & PR (an umbrella for all marketing) … Continue reading PR for HR – A Prime Time PR Chat about PR Practices for HR
People still ask me and I still love to have this conversation, although the method behind the social media madness has changed over the years, my suggestions, from years as a PR professional and as a consultant that has managed brands for over 100 clients, are generally the same. We could write an entire book on how to be successful in social media, as social media marketing is both complex and simple. There are a few pieces of advice that apply to everyone...
The Social Shake-Up Show is the "only social media conference of its kind in the world —focused on using social media to “shake up” your brand, your sales, your customer engagement." Now that is an idea that I can get behind! I was super excited when asked me to come aboard as a writer for … Continue reading What’s Shakin’? The Social Shake-Up: Media Articles by Julia Angelen Joy
We did not have a guest for our last PrimeTimePRchat because I wanted to talk about where we are now on PR best practices, observing the PRSA code of ethics, how our industry faces its trust issues and the prevalence of the #PRfail hashtag & what it means for the #PR industry. My opinion from … Continue reading PR Fails – A Prime Time PR Chat about Best Practices in PR
Krisjan Hiner is one of my favorite marketing people and over the years we've become good friends, mostly because we see the world through the same marketing lens and simply cannot understand all the ways that people avoid and fail at marketing. I called him my marketing alter-ego when we sat down for my Prime Time PR chat.
Issues - A Prime Time PR Chat on Crises and Reputation Management with Ella Minty | You can check out the entire conversation at #PrimeTimePRchat on Twitter.