Five Ways to Deal with a Ripoff Report

Five Ways to Deal with a Ripoff Report Avatar Posted by airabongco under Public Relations
From http://www.smbceo.com 1049 days ago
Made Hot by: advertglobal on July 12, 2015 7:49 pm
There are many ways to respond when someone claims that you are a rip off. Sometimes, keeping your cool is better. Here are 5 creative ways to deal with this situation. Read More
Naturally, you want to make sure you’re getting a good return on investment for your public relations efforts. It can be a challenge to know if one press release actually resulted in sales, so you have to be strategic about what you measure to get to that ROI. Here’s how. Read More

How To Handle Negative Blog Comments, In 3 Steps

How To Handle Negative Blog Comments, In 3 Steps Avatar Posted by estherschindler under Public Relations
From http://www.forbes.com 1093 days ago
Made Hot by: PMVirtual on May 28, 2015 11:15 am
Here’s a question I hear at least weekly: As an entrepreneur, how do you deal with negative comments on your company's social media pages and blogs? Here's how to turn an Internet Troll into a human being in three messages. Read More
Get the lowdown on everything that goes into a press release so that you can write your own for your small business. Read More
If you issue fairly regular press releases, you know it can sometimes be difficult to come up with fresh and exciting news topics. Sometimes you’re simply too close to your company to see what you could write about Read More

7 Step-Forumla To Help You Deal With Difficult Customers

7 Step-Forumla To Help You Deal With Difficult Customers Avatar Posted by ivanastaylor under Public Relations
From http://diymarketers.com 1139 days ago
Made Hot by: Webdev1 on April 13, 2015 1:46 pm
Well, today you are in some BIG luck because I’m going to share some absolutely transformational tips for dealing with difficult customers that don’t look, feel or sound like anything you may have heard before. It’s hard to believe, but just think, your difficult customer is someone’s ideal and not Read More

The 10 Commandments of Talking to the Media

The 10 Commandments of Talking to the Media Avatar Posted by ShannonW under Public Relations
From https://blog.scottsmarketplace.com 1175 days ago
Made Hot by: blogexpert on March 9, 2015 11:17 am
What do you do if the media comes calling? First, take a deep breath. Then, read the 10 commandments of a media appearance so everything goes smoothly. Read More
Starved the Doubts podcast with Jared Easley.

Maggie Patterson is an intelligently crafted communications strategist who works with entrepreneurs, big and small, to help them tell their story in an original way that gets business results. Maggie’s meaningful, genuine and highly skilled approach Read More

Reputation Management: Eight Steps for Online Repair Spin Sucks

Reputation Management: Eight Steps for Online Repair Spin Sucks Avatar Posted by lkpetrolino under Public Relations
From http://spinsucks.com 1178 days ago
Made Hot by: BizWise on March 6, 2015 10:48 am
Reputation management is a hard thing for many organizations to understand because it's not measurable. Gini Dietrich provides eight steps to get you going Read More
Journalists will delete your PR pitches if your press release is fluff, so use this checklist to make sure your press release topic is actually newsworthy. Read More

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Chris Farmer @CorporateCoachG Trains Your Team

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