It’s only 2:00 p.m. but your eyelids are getting heavy and your head is nodding. At this very moment, nothing sounds better than finding a nice cozy place for a good long nap.
Public relations (PR) has been around for years, and during this time the professionals in the world of PR have mastered the art of helping businesses and individuals alike, gain favor in the public eye.
We all want business growth and continued “upward” success. We plan, strategize, and educate ourselves in order to strengthen our brand.
Social Networking continues to be a major game changer in the way we network and do business. And, it’s obviously here to stay. The internet has completely and fundamentally changed how people find and share information, and new social media platforms are popping up right and left.
A Lesson Learned …
This is a post about a lesson I learned regarding prospective clients. It took me a while to learn it, but once I did, I was much more peaceful and confident about the prospecting/sales process.
I once read something in my social media travels that really stuck with me. It was a Facebook post made by an acquaintance who had just quit her job to pursue her passion. She said she was tired of working to support someone else’s dream when she could be using that time to support her own.
When most people think of blogging, they immediately think of the typical blog post where people tell a story, provide tips, discuss a topic or anything else – in written form. The post will usually have images and links, but the body of the post is text with a few images.
This is a subject I haven’t tackled in a while, but I’ve been thinking a lot about repurposing content lately, and it’s a great way to do just that!
The use of email marketing to stay front-and-center of current and prospective clients continues to stay front and center, and is still a very viable and important form of content marketing.