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communications, Crenshaw Communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl • May 16, 2022

Imposter Syndrome – An Adtech PR Love Story (Ending With A Breakup)

Let’s be honest – those that say they’ve never known “Imposter Syndrome” are lying. Whether you experience these feelings regularly or not, we’ve all been there. Yet for me, “Imposter Syndrome” has contributed to my professional success in tech PR. At the same time, I think the term should disappear entirely. Post-blog, I will remove […]

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media relations, PR Fish Bowl • April 18, 2022

The Follow-Up Pitch: PR Tips On Getting It Noticed

As PR teams know, creating and distributing content is one thing; getting journalists to use it is another. The way we conduct media outreach is critical, especially with reporters receiving hundreds of pitches and press releases each day. From relationships to cold outreach, the way a publicist reaches out to a reporter is key. One […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • March 23, 2022

Best Practices For Starting A Killer PR Program

Any good PR agency team wants to get a new engagement up and running as quickly and as well as possible. A strong start on a PR program makes for a more lasting and fruitful relationship. Yet getting the ball rolling is easier said than done. The first 90 days of an engagement can be […]

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communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • February 2, 2022

PR Tips For Staffing A Media Interview

As a PR agency team, we know that media interviews help build connections between a reporter and a client company. Even if the conversation doesn’t result in immediate coverage, showcasing expertise often yields future opportunities. In other words, as long as it’s a productive conversation, we’ve already scored a win. But how to ensure the […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public relations, time management • January 5, 2022

New Year’s Resolutions For PR Teams

Ah, 2022! Many of us who work in PR woke up on January 1 and thought about New Year’s resolutions. Yet according to a recent study, people are most likely to ditch their annual commitment to themselves by January 19. How can we stick to our resolutions a bit longer than that? One answer is […]

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communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl • December 1, 2021

How To Make A PR Impact With International Media

Today, many U.S. PR agencies are taking on international communications for businesses as they expand beyond our borders. The digital acceleration brought on by the global pandemic has in many ways made the media landscape more accessible to PR teams.  Many B2B tech companies with digital offerings, for example, market products and services worldwide, and […]

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communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public relations, social media • November 23, 2021

What PR Agencies Should Be Thankful For

As we prepare for Thanksgiving, it’s a good moment to reflect on the past year and what we’re thankful for. Personally, I’m grateful for a year of change and the possibility that after a tough  year in many ways, we may be seeing the beginning of the end of the pandemic. As a PR agency […]

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communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • November 17, 2021

Top Entrepreneur Podcasts PR Agencies Should Know

In the last ten years or so, podcasts have shot up in popularity, especially for PR agencies. Podcasts about entrepreneurism in particular can be a strong way for top executives and thought leaders to share their success stories and advice for budding business-builders. Every business leader has a strategy to share, and there’s a story […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • November 9, 2021

5 Ways PR Supports Content Marketing

In B2B PR, earned media and content naturally go together — or at least, they should. Relevant content can support SEO and even lead generation. Yet sometimes it’s underutilized when it comes to PR.  PR teams must constantly think about new ways to generate potential story ideas. Marketing content should be a key component in […]

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