Tag: PR tips

4 Ways to Benefit from the Competition’s PR Wins

4 Ways to Benefit from the Competition’s PR Wins

When you work in PR, no two days are alike. We’re kept on our toes as we handle launches, strategy, interview requests, social media engagement, and more – often all before lunch. At Caster, our days start and end with reading the news, checking for opportunities, and industry newsletters. When we find competitor coverage, we […]

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Five Tips for Building a More Engaging Newsletter

Last week, I was lamenting to a friend about the amount of marketing and promotional email lists I’m subscribed to through stores I frequent, places I’ve ordered from once, or even lists that I’m still unsure of how I got on. Each day, I clear at least 150 marketing emails across both my personal and […]

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What It Takes to Get the Big Story

There isn’t a PR person alive who hasn’t had a client or a boss who wanted them to get top mainstream coverage in a publication / morning show / daily newspaper like the Wall Street Journal, TIME Magazine, CNN, or the TODAY Show. When we’re pitching clients, we want to showcase our wins and tell […]

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How to Write an Effective Newsletter

How to Write an Effective Newsletter

Newsletters are a great way to reach out to your audience on a regular basis to keep them updated with what’s going on with your client. Unlike social media campaigns or email pitches, where you’re often introducing the reader to your client’s company for the first time and trying to pique their interest, newsletter readers […]

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Abolish Glossophobia with These 3 Tips:

Did you know that Glossophobia, also known as the fear of public speaking affects about 75% of the population and is one of the most common human fears next to those afraid of snakes, spiders, and heights?

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