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communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • July 22, 2020

PR Tips On How To Be A Rockstar Panelist

Executive visibility is a key component of any sound B2B PR program. It’s no coincidence that executives at market-leading companies consistently show up on hot-topic panels. Among our clients, it may be digital tech conferences like Advertising Week, trade group panels like those staged by ANA or IAB, or their own hosted discussions. For up-and-coming […]

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advertising, communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations, technology • July 20, 2020

PR Tips For Ad Tech Companies

Despite the consolidation that ad tech and the PR agencies that serve it have seen in recent years, the space remains extremely crowded. You can see this by taking a quick look at the evolution of the Lumascape; every year it grows. There are now thousands of companies that specialize in digital advertising, creating fierce […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations, technology • July 14, 2020

Tech Tools Every PR Professional Needs To Succeed

With news cycles changing moment to moment, the savvy use of simple technology tools by PR professionals has never been more important. But with many services available and tech evolving rapidly, picking the right software can help boost strategic communications for a brand. Below are a few tools every PR pro should master to maximize […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • July 10, 2020

10 Podcasts PR Pros Should Listen To

PR agencies must stay up to date on current events and industry news. Most PR specialists will have an active Twitter and several news sites open as they work to check for news opportunities. While our main goal in PR is staying informed about various industries, from ad tech to zythology, we also need to […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • July 6, 2020

How To Craft A Winning Award Submission

Whether it’s a 40 Under 40 list for top executives or a trade case history honor, industry awards generate great PR for organizations and their employees. Earning an industry award can position a company as a leading employer, an innovative partner, or the maker of an outstanding product. Yet crafting a winning entry for a […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • July 1, 2020

How To Write A Pitch That Will Actually Be Read

As most PR people know, reporters don’t read every story pitch that lands in their inbox. A recent study found that 42% of journalists, writers and bloggers get 11 to 100 pitches daily, and 5% receive a whopping 100 or more email pitches every day. A public relations team’s challenge is to create a winning […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • June 23, 2020

PR Tips And Tricks For Landing Bylined Content

PR professionals are constantly on the hunt for ways to get their clients and brands media coverage. And with a 24-hour news cycle, publications are always searching for fresh content. One staple from the B2B PR toolbox is contributed content. A piece of content like a guest post, bylined article, or op/ed is a useful […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, social media • June 22, 2020

Why B2B Brands Should Be Active on Social Media

As most PR agencies know, social media is not just for B2C companies anymore. The B2B landscape is changing, especially for technology brands. B2B tech companies typically deal with sophisticated and knowledgeable customers. They’re under pressure to differentiate their brand communications to reach high-priority audiences in more thoughtful and effective ways. With the help of […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • June 11, 2020

In PR, Press Releases Still Matter

If you’re working in public relations, or even if you simply follow companies out of personal or professional interest, you understand the press release  — an announcement prepared in a semi-journalistic format for use by media. But in our business the role of the press release is up for debate. Journalists are finding less value […]

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