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How to connect with TV news personalities on social media
By Roshanda E. Pratt
Television personalities, producers, reporters, anchors and news managers are more accessible than previous years past.
During my tenure working in television news eight years ago, the access to broadcasters was almost non-existent. I remember vividly working alongside reporters on stories. I had to field … [Read more...]
BlogTalkRadio: A huge rip-off or a handy resource?
I haven't started blogging yet, but I've been recommending it as a fabulous way to host your own radio show and build a loyal following.
I've appeared an expert on several BlogTalkRadio shows, and I've always been curious about … [Read more...]
Dog Tweets–3 questions to ask before pitching a reporter you don’t know via email
Here are my Top 10 tweets from this past week, great for retweeting! If you missed these, follow me on Twitter.
Why LinkedIn Shouldn't Worry About Facebook's New Job Search Tools. [Read more...]
Membership directories could include social media URLs
If your organization publishes a membership directory, allow members to include URLs for social media sites like Facebook Fan pages, [Read more...]
Bury bad news with online press releases
It could be a lawsuit against your company. Or a health department violation against your restaurant. Or a post at somebody's blog, written by a rabble-rouser who wants to drag your name through the mud and destroy your business. If it's bad news and it's online, it could live on forever. Anybody who uses the search engines to research … [Read more...]
PR Web: Disband your Press Release Police
I've been a huge proponent of PRWeb, the press release distribution service, because of its great customer service and the rave reviews from publicists whose press releases get fabulous pick-up.
But I don't like what I'm hearing about the company's Press Release Police who are hassling writers like [Read more...]
Bad customer service? Shame companies online
If you want the real scoop on what people think of your customer service, don't bother asking the folks in your customer service department. For a much more accurate look, do an online search for your company. You might be shocked at what you find. A recent story in the Washington Post said disgruntled customers are increasingly turning to blogs … [Read more...]