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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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communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations, technology • May 11, 2022

Top Adtech Conferences For PR Exposure

One of the more fascinating aspects of a great PR program is the visibility it generates beyond earned media. People usually think of media pitching and press releases when they think about public relations. But sharing thoughts and insights from company executives in a public setting is a great complement to media exposure – and […]

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

How To Kill It As A PR Assistant

Guest post by PR Assistant, Chanel Roopchand As a first-time PR Assistant at a B2B technology PR firm, I knew I had to take in a lot of information, learn new jargon and acronyms, and adjust to real-life work experience within a short time. There was also the shift to working from home. This was […]

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Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl • April 29, 2022

The Best PR Agency Asset: Flawless Media Contact Lists

For a PR agency team, few things are more important than having media contacts at the ready. In fact, a media placement strategy with the perfect balance of quality and quantity is one of the unsung secret of great PR and media relations. Media contacts aren’t magic….they’re work But media contacts aren’t magic. They’re a […]

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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, PR Fish Bowl, time management • April 14, 2022

A PR Spring Cleaning Checklist

Finally after a long winter (at least here in New York), the change in weather means it’s time for PR professionals to refresh their plans and get re-organized. Just like the tradition of ‘spring cleaning’ a home, PR teams should consider cleaning up daily tasks to start the new quarter and season on a fresh […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • March 30, 2022

7 PR Tips For Nailing A Media Interview

Your B2B PR strategy is working and the press is interested in knowing more about your expertise. Congrats! Wondering what to do between now and then? Here are a few tips on preparing for a media interview so you can absolutely nail it. Remember your media training  If you haven’t already undergone formal media prep, […]

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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, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • March 18, 2022

Media Alert Or Press Release? PR Tips

In PR, we often draft, edit, and distribute press releases to announce news about our companies or clients. In ad tech PR, we might write releases that detail new hires, acquisitions, partnerships, or product launches. There’s no real limit to what we can write a release about, as long as it’s newsworthy.  Yet, a press […]

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