It’s been long known that advertising is all about reach + frequency. You have to reach the right audience multiple times. A “one-off” advertisement doesn’t work.
The same is true in public relations. Your key messages need to reach your target audiences multiple times from multiple sources in order to move the needle.
How do you move the needle when you have a limited budget? On today’s PR Wars podcast, we’re going to dive into the world of advocacy and nonprofit PR and see how purpose driven communication is doing more, with less. Our guest is Laura Gross, President of Scott Circle Communications on a mission to make the world a better place.
Today on PR Wars, we’re going to help you have a better relationship with your client. Our special guest, Allison Showalter is a Senior Manager of Corporate Communications at Red Hat and has experience on both the agency side and the corporate side. Let’s help your clients win.
Is civil and productive communication dead? Americans are more divided than ever. During a recent trip to Firehouse Subs, employees argued loudly about “respect” by commanding the attention of the entire restaurant.
How do you get your messaging to cut through the clutter? On today’s PR Wars, former journalist and agency pro Sean O’Leary, Vice President at Susan Davis International, talks about messaging in the emerging tech sector. Learn how to differentiate your company in a crowded marketplace.
Anaphora is a Greek rhetorical device to help you in your speech writing. The technique has been used in some of the greatest speeches in history. Perhaps, the most famous modern use of Anaphora is Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963.
My first day in Speech Communications 101 was quite memorable. It taught us to think about the information that the audience will need to hear from your communication.