By Katie Lewis

Many always say you learn from your mistakes, but for event managers, mistake makes things even better the next time. So how? We all know event management is a tough job, but that’s what we love to do and what we are the best at. It’s quite common that we face issues every minute, Read More

Does Public Speaking Freak You Out?!

Does Public Speaking Freak You Out?! Avatar Posted by wiseupcoach under Public Relations
From http://wiseupcoach.tumblr.com 295 days ago
Made Hot by: robinandy58 on June 29, 2013 10:16 am
Does Public Speaking Freak You Out?! A public speaking situation can be intimidating for even the most seasoned of public speaking professionals. That is because when speaking to a live audience, you... Read More

Why a Press Release is a Small Biz Owner's Secret Weapon

Why a Press Release is a Small Biz Owner's Secret Weapon Avatar Posted by smpayton under Public Relations
From http://www.chamberofcommerce.com 297 days ago
Made Hot by: SJC on June 27, 2013 10:59 am
Press releases are great for boosting your SEO and helping customers and journalists alike find your business. Are you taking advantage of them? Read More

PR for Startups: When Do You Begin?

PR for Startups: When Do You Begin? Avatar Posted by dhennessy under Public Relations
From http://experts.allbusiness.com 307 days ago
Made Hot by: sundaydriver on June 19, 2013 6:49 am
One of the questions PR agencies hear all the time is, When is it time to begin public relations for startups? The answer, along with 10 PR tips for startups, can be found here. Read More

Tips for Launching Yourself as a Speaker

Tips for Launching Yourself as a Speaker Avatar Posted by marshafriedman under Public Relations
From http://emsincorporated.com 308 days ago
Made Hot by: smallbizwoman on June 15, 2013 1:24 pm
I believe even more in the value of speaking to a live audience. Speaking engagements offer the best opportunity to make emotional connections. Read More

13 Guilt-Free Ways to Say No Gracefully

13 Guilt-Free Ways to Say No Gracefully Avatar Posted by Denise_Mooney under Public Relations
From http://denisemooney.com.au 312 days ago
Made Hot by: Small Business News on June 14, 2013 11:06 pm
I have a confession to make. I’ve never been very good at saying no. Popular wisdom dictates that business success in the online world depends on your ability to be helpful and likeable. But if you want to be successful there are times when you have to be firm and say no. Read More

6 Reasons Why Online Reputation Matters

6 Reasons Why Online Reputation Matters Avatar Posted by tomshark under Public Relations
From http://www.capturecommerce.com 311 days ago
Made Hot by: Squawk Media on June 11, 2013 8:40 pm
It often only takes a couple of negative reviews or comments for a consumer to start looking elsewhere. This common social behavior means small businesses need to proactively monitor their online presence. Read More
Work as part of a PR or ad agency team doing outreach to bloggers or influencers on behalf of your client? If so, there are some easy steps to follow to make Read More
Contrary to popular belief corporate social responsibility can improve profit for small businesses. This articles explains the reasons and shows how to implement. Read More

6 Reasons Why You Do Not Get Comments On Your Blog

6 Reasons Why You Do Not Get Comments On Your Blog Avatar Posted by oscarfrank under Public Relations
From http://oscarmini.com 318 days ago
Made Hot by: robinandy58 on June 6, 2013 3:37 pm
The real reasons why you are not getting comments on your blog articles, the solutions and strategies you can apply to getting more comments Read More

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