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How to Get PR Coverage

2019-01-11 by Jim Crickell

Whether you’re just getting started or you’re an established business, it’s always a good idea to get exposure to let more people know about your product. This means finding the right outlet for your product or service and getting them to pay attention to you. This can sometimes seem daunting, especially in the current crowded media landscape, so here are a few ideas that can help you achieve your goal of getting PR coverage: Hire a Writer Get a content writer on your team or have access to one. If you’re not ready or don’t want to invest in someone... Read More >

Five Misconceptions About Public Relations

2018-11-29 by JamesD
Five Misconceptions About Public Relations

Public Relations is by no means an exact science. It is impossible to know what the outcome of a PR campaign will be and how people will respond to a campaign. However, there are ways you can be prepared for what to expect and by setting client expectations, it can save both you and your client a lot of unwanted grief along the road. While public relations is an important tool to increase a brand’s visibility, it is most effective when the client is informed about how it works. Here are five of the most common client misconceptions about PR:... Read More >

Parq Vancouver’s Lackluster PR Crisis Response

2018-11-26 by JamesD
Parq Vancouver’s Lackluster PR Crisis Response

Canadian Rapper Drake made allegations the entertainment and hotel complex Parq Vancouver, claiming he was racially profiled and barred from gambling from the venue. Parq Vancouver’s response to these events has been touted as a case of inadequate PR mechanisms to handle the crisis. Here’s the rundown of the situation. Early morning on November 3, Drake posted “Parq Casino @parqvancouverbc is the worst run business I have ever witnessed...profiling me and not allowing me to gamble when I had everything they originally asked me for." Shortly after, Parq Vancouver responded saying it was investigating the issue. This was followed up... Read More >

Emerging Trends in Modern Public Relations

2018-11-12 by Ronn Torossian
Emerging Trends in Modern Public Relations

Public Relations has evolved into something that might be unrecognizable from its origins. What started out banners, clever marketing advertising and television, has transformed into something much more complex and dynamic. Keeping up with where PR is now and where it is heading is key to staying relevant in the industry. Here’s a list of emerging trends in modern public relations to help you stay on top of the game: Big Data/Small Data Public relations has become data-centric. Whether it’s big data or small data, PR relies on data to tell stories effectively. The most compelling narratives are created by... Read More >

BBC Settles with “Underpaid” Editor

2018-07-02 by Ronn Torossian

These days, the scandals in the media seem to be mostly centered around harassment at work, but a recent headline out of Britain reminded both readers and activists that some women are still fighting for an equitable paycheck. CNN is reporting that the BBC is apologizing for “underpaying” a senior editor who happened to be a woman. Carrie Gracie, the BBC’s China Editor, learned she was being paid less than male colleagues in similar roles. Gracie challenged that situation, sparking an industry wide conversation about compensation for women and equality of opportunity with their male counterparts. In an interesting move,... Read More >

Qorvis Communications – Says Nothing To The Web

2018-06-06 by Richard D. Pace
qorvis pr communications staff

Continuing down the list of the most influential PR firms in the world, we find Qorvis Communications, ranked 6th in terms of fees in 2007. Qurvis is an interesting company on many levels. Over $30 million in fees for a company with only 86 employees in fascinating in itself, but being an entity without an imminently apparent leader is as well. As far as corporate websites go, the Qorvis on is a shambles compared to some of those of competitors. The site lacks nothing in beautiful imagery, but aside a wonderful portfolio interactive, nothing that implies digital world engagement exists.... Read More >

Airfoil Public Relations Downsizing & Relocating

2018-06-04 by Jason Tannahill
airfoil pr - public relations firm

About Airfoil Public Relations Airfoil Public Relations has been downsizing as it recovers from the loss of about 20 percent when Microsoft Enterprise Product Group ceased to be part of the Seattle software giant’s long-term plans. The Microsoft Enterprise was Airfoil’s main client.  Airfoil is a Public Relations Firm that originated in Detroit and specializes in technology, planning corporate strategies, and campaigns. As a result of the Microsoft loss, Airfoil has to move its offices from the Southfield Town Center location to the more urban location in Royal Oaks Detroit. In their Northern California location, their offices were moved over... Read More >

KCSA Strategic Communications: A Subpar Firm

2018-05-30 by Aaron Sarno
KCSA Strategic Communications

KCSA Strategic Communications Privately held and publicly known – KCSA Strategic Communications brings decades of experience to their client’s table – unfortunately it is a firm mired in mediocracy.  Small thinking, very large client and staff turnover.  This isn’t a good agency. Founded in 1969, KCSA has nearly 50-years of experience in PR. KCSA specializes in providing assistance with public relations, investor relations, brand marketing, social media and mobile support. The firm mainly serves with the sciences, finance, professional services, and technology sectors. Headquartered in the Big Apple, KCSA runs its show in the mecca of big businesses with big... Read More >

Who are the top Republican PR Firm CEOs

2018-05-18 by Jason Tannahill
republic public relations

At Everything PR News we realize that the public relations industry is generally liberal, there are a handful of strong PR firms who have Republican CEO’s. Some on this list serve politicians, lobby for initiatives, and have worked for the Republican National Committee (RNC), while others have strong media contacts and are good “street-fighting” PR professionals. [caption id="attachment_96287" align="aligncenter" width="641"] Ronn Torossian 5WPR CEO[/caption] Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5W Public Relations The founder of 5WPR, a top 20 independent American PR firm is the rare NY Republican PR Agency owner. A native New Yorker, Torossian is a regular op-ed columnist for conservative... Read More >

Kamal Hotchandani: CEO of Haute Living – Reaching Luxury and Winning in Media

2018-05-18 by Richard D. Pace
Kamal Hotchandani Haute Living Logo - PR News

Haute Living is a media company that is all about luxury and the top entrepreneurs and other movers and shakers in the world. They put out a bi-monthly magazine in New York, San Francisco, Miami, and Los Angeles – and their online property is international and covers mainly the four cities listed above plus Dallas, Las Vegas, Boston, Dubai, and London. The company is headquartered in Miami - and in a struggling media environment is a publication which is hitting growth and goals. Haute Living keeps winning. Haute Living Readership Information The magazine is found in high-end venues, and via... Read More >

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