PR professionals often lament that their families don’t really understand what they do. That’s because public relations means different things to different people. In 2011, the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) crowdsourced the following definition from PR pros across the nation: “Public relations is a strategic communication process that builds mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and their publics.” Browse this list of questions to determine whether it’s the right time to add public relations
CityMark Development is pleased to announce the grand opening of San Diego County’s latest beachfront, new-home community. Located 100 yards from the ocean on Seacoast Dr. and
Your biggest annual event is coming around the corner and you want it to be the biggest turnout yet. How do you get the word out to the people who would be most interested in attending? How early do you have to start? The earlier, the better. We recommend starting at least three months out. But the idea of not only planning the event but publicizing the event can seem overwhelming when you don’t have
Ready to add pizzazz to your email subject lines? WordPop recently attended a webinar led by friend of WordPop, Tracy of Tracy Petrucci Marketing and we’re sharing some of her tips and tricks with you! First, some general e-mail marketing tips:
- Identify the purpose of your email. Do you want readers to read your blog post? Download a PDF? Buy a ticket?
- 12/22. Minimum of 12pt font for the body of the email
You’ve heard the term “press release” but don’t really know what it is or how it’s formatted. That’s why we’ve created a formatted “press release” that walks you through the process of writing a press release. If you’re ready to draft a press release for an upcoming event or news announcement, we can always review your draft and offer tips for building your press release skills. Download our white paper: How To Draft A