PR Twitter Tips: August 2013

So sad to see summer go, but we’ve already entered the whirlwind of September (aka New York Fashion Week). Here are a few of our favorite PR Twitter Tips from August. Thanks to all who tweeted using #PR101.



@IndependentlyPR: Get ahead of the story!

@EmilyL_Langford: If your approach is unprofessional, your results, well, you won’t have any.

@PawsPR: Research! Find out who writes/edits the column where you want your story to be featured & contact them directly.

@thePRwoman: Don’t you ever for a second get to thinking you’re irreplaceable.

@ajogrady: Never wish failure on your teammates. If you try too hard to compete you’ll end up standing alone.

@RFBCommGroup: Build strong relationships with reporters and they’ll be more likely to read your pitch.

@PJonesIncNY: Don’t pitch TV reporters 3 hours before they go on the air.

@missamykeller: Great content is still king.

@UrCoffeeBreak: Feel the fear and do it anyway!

Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @nycPRgirls and tweeting using #PR101.


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PR Twitter Tips: July 2013

As we’re entering the last month of summer (wah!), here are a few of our favorite PR Twitter Tips from the month of July.

Thanks to all that tweeted using the hashtag #PR101.



@LaurenAPruner: PR Motto – “Help me Help YOU!”

@smittencreative: “If you don’t tell your story, someone else will.” – Unknown

@jondigumz: When emailing a press release about an event, do not forget to include the street address!

@msbananapeel: Learn when newspaper deadlines are. Don’t call pitching stories in the hour before deadline.

@smittencreative: PR is about knowing your audiences better than they know themselves.

@WomenInPR1: As a publicist you must always think strategically & out of the box at the same time!

@PawsPR: Embrace numbers. Use statistical data to track the effectiveness of your social media campaigns, website hits & ads.

@PJonesIncNY: Focus on details. Nothing hurts the credibility of a pitch, a proposal or a program like sloppy mistakes.

@PawsPR: It’s critical to stay on top of the news and current events. Always know the latest about what is happening in your field.

Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @nycPRgirls and tweet using #PR101.


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PR Twitter Tips: June 2013

Happy Monday! Hoping everyone had a wonderful and relaxing Fourth of July weekend. It definitely went too fast. We’re happy to share some of our favorite #PR101 Twitter tips from June. Thanks to all that shared and be sure to tweet using #PR101 this month.


@thePRwoman: “The most valuable of all talents is that of never using two words when one will do.”—Thomas Jefferson

@MartasPlanet: Succeeding in social media requires patience and persistence – qualities which many lack and therefore fail.

@nycPRgirls: When you feel a little uncomfortable, that’s a sign of growth and change.

@PawsPR: Did you know? 84% of journalists like to get pitched via email.

@KAmuses: Don’t just pay attention to clients who yell loudest. Fatal error.

@PJonesIncNY: It’s important to understand media deadlines when you are considering pitching ideas.

Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @nycPRgirls and tweet using #PR101.


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PR Twitter Tips: May 2013

Can you believe we’re almost halfway through the year? Below are some of our favorite PR Twitter tips from May. Thanks to all that tweeted using #PR101. Make sure you tweet us in June.


@thePRwoman: You are your first client.

@KLMPublicity: Time management is vitally important in this industry, aint nobody got time to wait around for you!

@AnetkaStarrPR: Work and wait patiently. Everything will happen in due time.

@PeaRlBellaPR: To reach specific “publics,” PR Pros must choose channels of communication carefully.

@ChristensenPR: Sort of like a pebble dropped in a pond, it may be small, but the ripples can go far.

@marnizaretsky: Gaining value is much more important than achieving success.

@smittencreative: Know your audience! Figure out what they’re watching, listening and reading to help customize your message.

@PawsPR: Press releases should be short, simple and to the point. Reporters want news, not fluff.

@sierraclarkeee: Always stay informed.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @nycPRgirls and tweet using #PR101.

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