Good PR is about relationships. If you’re a PR pro who takes the time to build strong media relationships, you can become the “go to” person for reporters covering your industry. Start by keeping these six tips in mind when you reach out to reporters.
Law firm PR pros are responsible for managing their firms’ news as well as brand – and more recently, the firm’s online reputation. PR professionals in law firms have the greatest opportunity to be their firm’s social media ambassadors.
Social media has changed the speed of news – how it is delivered and received – and can have the greatest ability to affect the reputation of a law firm and its attorneys. If you’re not including social media in your law firm’s PR strategy, you’re missing out.
Are you writing press releases that don’t generate media interest? Chances are it’s not necessarily about what you’re writing, it’s how the press release is written. The story you’re trying to tell should include the Who, What, When and Where, but the most important “W” in a press release is the Why.
The Port Towns Community Health Partnership (PTCHP) is located in the Port Towns community of Bladensburg, Maryland. The PTCHP is comprised of various local residents, organizations, and funders, collaborating to improve community conditions with the end goal of making the Port Towns a healthy place to live, learn, work, play, and worship. PTCHP partners include ECO City Farms, Food Equity Council, Ecumenical Health Council, End Times Harvest Ministries, Cottage City Community Garden, and Colmar Manor Community Garden.