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The Top 8 International Media Interview Recommendations for CEOs

Posted Aug. 17th 2015

There are eight key things CEOs can do to help ensure their media interviews have the best possible outcome with North American and European journalists, according to study results recently shared by Bianchi Public Relations and its partners in the Public Relations Global Network — PRGN —  (http://bit.ly/18DOK4t). 1. Know the information that is featured […]

Six Ways CEOs Can Sabotage Their Own Media Interview

Posted Jul. 17th 2015

Unintended offenses by a CEO during a media interview can have a negative impact on the resulting media coverage – causing long-term damage to both the CEO’s and the company’s image, and undermining the PR person’s and the company’s prospects for future positive coverage. According to a study recently conducted by our partners in the […]

PR Challenges for Professional Service Firms

Posted Jun. 30th 2015

Professional service firms face a myriad of challenges – industry consolidation, increasing client demands, more intense competition and diminishing loyalty of partners, for starters. All of these factors make marketplace differentiation and reputational protection— two key benefits of a targeted public relations program – more important, and more difficult, than ever. In the realm of […]

How North American Journalists Prepare for CEO Interviews

Posted Apr. 10th 2015

Not all journalists are the same, but a recent survey offers some new insights on how some North American journalists prepare for, and conduct, an interview with a corporate CEO. As a communications professional, knowing a journalist’s preparations and preferences can help you better prep your CEO for the best possible interview outcome. Key findings […]

PR Lessons from What Did Jesus Drive?

Posted Jan. 28th 2015

Former Ford and Chrysler PR executive Jason Vines’ new book, What Did Jesus Drive?, is more than an entertaining, candid chronicle of some of the biggest PR crises in the auto industry. It’s also a study and sharing of the mistakes made and lessons learned around these crises. And more importantly, it is a primer […]

The Reporters Who THINK They Know

Posted Dec. 10th 2014

In media relations, it’s not the reporters that don’t know your company that’ll kill you. It’s the ones who THINK they know your company. Why? Because the ones who don’t know your company, if they’re good journalists, will be open and will listen to your pitch, at least if you’ve done your homework to meet […]

Taking B2B Release Distribution to the Max

Posted Oct. 29th 2014

(Post by Jessica Killenberg Muzik, APR, Vice President – Account Services) You’ve taken the time and effort to carefully craft your news release. You’ve steered it through the internal and external approval process. And now, you are ready to share your news with the world. But much of that that time and effort is wasted […]

Too Many Auto Supplier Social Media Posts are Self-centered

Posted Oct. 17th 2014

Are your followers and fans asking: “What about me?” Social media experts stress that at least 75 percent of posts a company makes on its social media platforms should be something that its audience finds valuable. The problem is what the company thinks is valuable and what the audience thinks is valuable often don’t match […]

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