PR Twitter Tips: January 2015

Happy February! January came and left as quickly as the Juno blizzard. Here are a few of our favorite #PR101 Twitter Tips from the month of January. Thanks to all that tweeted.

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@AidaPhillips: Pitch! Patience is key when pitching a story to the media. Be gracious and always be grateful!

@ShyGirlPR: When pitching journalists, we need to answer only one question: Why does this matter today?

@SymonePR: Always set goals, expectations and deadlines.

@allyn_lewis: Your ego should never be bigger than your press list.

@emilybungertMN: Slow down and pay attention to the DETAILS! Also — listen closely to your boss and do exactly what they say!

@christielebanks: Social media is not the place to rant.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter @nycprgirls for more #PR101.

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PR Twitter Tips: December 2014

Happy New Year! M and I are just returning from a much needed long holiday break. Today will include responding to emails from December 23rd and cleaning out a desk filled with documents from 2014. Here are five of our favorite #PR101 Twitter tips from December 2014 as we round out the year.

Cheers to many more in 2015.

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@relevebyallyn: Always set goals, expectations and deadlines.

@aelafnear: Sometimes you just need a little @nycprgirls to refresh and refocus your PR brain…

@susieQ: Email101: never put anything in an email that you wouldn’t want on the front page of @nytimes.

@SymonePR: Know your target market & the media you want to attract. Give them what they want, not what you want them to have.

@ChristensenPR: Push yourself beyond “good”. Good sucks. Be great. And if you’re already great, strive for amazing!

Make sure to follow us on Twitter @nycprgirls for more #PR101.

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PR Twitter Tips: November 2014

We’re finally in the last month of the year and to say it went by quickly is an understatement. Here are some of our favorite #PR101 Twitter Tips from the month of November. Thanks to all that tweeted.

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: Appreciate the power of the followup.

: Remember not to burn out. Take time for yourself. You’re not good to anyone if you’re a hot mess!

: Some people will forget to thank you, but that doesn’t make your presence any less important.

: Don’t pitch a product by telling them about the other sites that already covered it. So it’s not news, then?

: Avoid the grey areas. Make it your business to be a fluid communicator.

: Reporters want news, not fluff. Keep press releases short and to the point.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter @nycprgirls for more #PR101.

 

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PR Twitter Tips: October 2014

It’s hard to believe we’re already six days in – but Happy November! October was quite a busy month – with the Hunt, Octoberfest, my birthday and Halloween I’m sad to see it go. Below are some of our favorite #PR101 Twitter Tips from the month of October. Thanks to all that tweeted.

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: How to Diffuse Exposure of a Dirty Secret: get ahead of the story, admit you messed up and ‘humanize’ yourself.

: Co-worker just said, “The only ‘no’ we say is ‘no problem.'” How accurate.

: Stop relating PR to Sex and the City. The real life PR girl requires more hard work and less glamour.

: “Ask yourself – if I scrolled past this in my inbox, would I stop and look at it?” –

: What I lack in experience, I more than make up for with creativity and hard work.

: It is very important to not take for granted that content has to engage your audience.

: Just because you can use social media, doesn’t mean you should.

: Before asking a question ALWAYS think, “is there somewhere I could find the answer to this on my own first?”

: My number one saying is: PR starts when you walk out the door.

: Less is more. Keep press releases to one page.

: Good PR is not always about saying ‘Yes’. It’s just as important to be able to say ‘No’.

Make sure to follow us on Twitter @nycprgirls for more #PR101.

 

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