Last month was filled with an ample amount of notable PR Twitter Tips. We couldn’t even narrow it down to the top ten! Thanks again to all that tweeted.
@AllyAsh: Don’t put images on a press release if you’re not prepped to give them to the press.
@VeronicaLeeAnne: Before you can have social media be beneficial for a client, you must thoroughly explain the benefits to your client!
@Runway254: Always apologize way in advance if you are running late.
@NVisionMarketin: When pitching editors about interviewing your client, please have a story idea & not just their bio & stats.
@VeronicaLeeAnne It’s a tough world , don’t be naÃ¯ve – it takes a lot of work & dedication to get the word about “you” out there!
@kulasj: Work hard, play hard.
@dkny: Sometimes PR is a thankless job. So do it for yourself.
@THEIAprChick: Always look your best! You never know who you’ll meet or what the day will bring.
@MelissaMariePR: Block out the negative comments when your trying to do your job. It will just distract you, stay focused on your goal.
@KeepingUpWKen: Public speaking is also a great part of being a publicist.
@prforsmallbiz: When pitching a journalist, always ask 1st if it’s a good time to talk & if they’re on deadline.
@PRProfessor: Public Relations truly is establishing & maintaining mutually beneficial relationships.
@AlexLorenz23: If you want the media to pick up your press release, write it like they would. Make sure they have little to edit.
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