The PR Agency Handbook

Author: Regina M. Luttrell
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1506329071
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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A Practical and Concise Introduction to Agency Life The PR Agency Handbook guides you through the day-to-day operations of a professional PR firm and offers best practices for creating a successful career in the industry. Authors Regina Luttrell and Luke Capizzo highlight real-world examples from the field as well as interviews with PR experts to help you bridge the critical gap between college and professional life. Throughout the book, you are introduced to many of the sub-fields of integrated communication practice, including traditional public relations and corporate communication, marketing, social media, creative production (print, digital, video, audio), web and user experience design, and search engine optimization (SEO). You will not develop a fundamental understanding of the different components found within an agency, but you will also gain an appreciation for the positive impact that excellent agency work can have on organizations. Key Features: Real-world examples from the field ensure that the practical concepts presented become concrete for you. Numerous interviews with industry professionals from across the country and around the world are included at the end of each chapter to provide you with snapshots of the agency experience. A chapter dedicated to social media (Chapter 6) offers you a comprehensive look at how companies utilize these important platforms An introduction to the PESO and ROSTIR models shows you how to adapt your campaigns to meet the needs of today’s integrated agency environment. A chapter dedicated to tools and templates gives you exposure to real documents you will need in your career.

Inbound PR

Author: Iliyana Stareva
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119462274
Format: PDF
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The digital era’s new consumer demands a new approach to PR Inbound PR is the handbook that can transform your agency’s business. Today’s customer is fundamentally different, and traditional PR strategies are falling by the wayside. Nobody wants to feel “marketed to;” we want to make our own choices based on our own research and experiences online. When problems arise, we demand answers on social media, directly engaging the company in front of a global audience. We are the most empowered, sophisticated customer base in the history of PR, and PR professionals must draw upon an enormous breadth of skills and techniques to serve their clients’ interests. Unfortunately, those efforts are becoming increasingly ephemeral and difficult to track using traditional metrics. This book merges content and measurement to give today’s PR agencies a new way to build brands, evaluate performance and track ROI. The ability to reach the new consumer, build the relationship, and quantify the ROI of PR services allows you to develop an inbound business and the internal capabilities to meet and exceed the needs of the most demanding client. In this digital age of constant contact and worldwide platforms, it’s the only way to sustainably grow your business and expand your reach while bolstering your effectiveness on any platform. This book shows you what you need to know, and gives you a clear framework for putting numbers to reputation. Build brand awareness without “marketing to” the audience Generate more, higher-quality customer or media leads Close the deal and nurture the customer or media relationship Track the ROI of each stage in the process Content is the name of the game now, and PR agencies must be able to prove their worth or risk being swept under with obsolete methods. Inbound PR provides critical guidance for PR growth in the digital era, complete with a practical framework for stimulating that growth.

Handbook of Public Relations

Author: Robert L. Heath
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9781412909549
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The Handbook of Public Relations offers a comprehensive and detailed examination of the field. It gives scholars, practitioners, and students a solid review of the status of the scholarly literature, stressing the role that public relations can play in building relationship between organizations, markets, audiences, and publics.

The Marketing Agency Blueprint

Author: Paul Roetzer
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111817688X
Format: PDF, Docs
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Build a disruptive marketing agency for the modern age The marketing services industry is on the cusp of a trulytransformational period. The old guard, rooted in tradition andresistant to change, will fall and new leaders will emerge. Hybridmarketing agencies that are more nimble, tech savvy, andcollaborative will redefine the industry. Digital services will beengrained into the DNA and blended with traditional methods forintegrated campaigns. The depth, versatility, and drive of theirtalent will be the cornerstones of organizations that pursue ahigher purpose. The Marketing Agency Blueprint is apractical and candid guide that presents ten rules for buildingsuch a hybrid agency. The new marketing agency model will create and nurture diverserecurring revenue streams through a mix of services, consulting,training, education, publishing, and software sales. It will useefficiency and productivity, not billable hours, as the essentialdrivers of profitability. Its value and success will be measured byoutcomes, not outputs. Its strength and stability will depend on awillingness to be in a perpetual state of change, and an ability toexecute and adapt faster than competitors. The Marketing AgencyBlueprint demonstrates how to: Generate more qualified leads, win clients with set pricing andservice packages, and secure more long-term retainers Develop highly efficient management systems and more effectiveaccount teams Deliver greater results and value to clients This is the future of the marketing services industry. A futuredefined and led by underdogs and innovators. You have theopportunity to be at the forefront of the transformation.

The PR Professional s Handbook

Author: Caroline Black
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749468432
Format: PDF, ePub
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At a time when rapid changes in communications technology, such as social media, are having a major impact on the way businesses choose to communicate, more and more people are having to understand the principles of modern PR and how they can use it to underpin effective business management. The PR Professional's Handbook offers practical advice and solutions for anyone involved in the public relations function. The PR Professional's Handbook guides practitioners in preparing and evaluating campaigns. In addition to providing a full breakdown on the individual skills required in briefing, writing and presenting projects of different shapes and sizes, the book covers the role and importance of public relations and communications in organizations, addressing, in full, key theories for PR, skills and disciplines, channels and creativity. About the PR in Practice series: Published in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), the PR in Practice series comprises accessible, practical introductions to day-to-day issues of public relations practice and management. The series' action-oriented approach keeps knowledge and skills up to date.

Dartnell s Public Relations Handbook

Author: Robert L. Dilenschneider
Publisher:
ISBN:
Format: PDF, Docs
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One of the most important trends in recent years has been the integration of public relations into the marketing mix. No longer do corporations view it as a separate, narrow, objective tactic -- a tactic that is isolated from other marketing activities. Today, most marketers understand that public relations must be linked with other marketing disciplines. They recognize that the planning and implementation of a public relations program must harmonize with overall marketing objectives. It is no longer enough for a PR agency executive to be a great press release writer or to establish terrific media contacts. Today, many PR duties are often performed by non-PR personnel. "Dartnell's Public Relations Handbook" has been designed to guide the individual who does not perform PR duties on a daily basis, but who needs to coordinate PR efforts as one of many assigned tasks. Inexperienced PR personnel will use the handbook as a "guide" to coordinate PR efforts. The experienced PR practitioner will use this handbook as a reference tool of new techniques and strategies to help him or her excel in his or her current job. The new 4th edition includes: -- All-new case studies. -- An updated and expanded chapter on Crisis PR. -- A new series of "how-to" chapters, including: how to write a press release, develop a media kit, build a media list, develop media contacts, use the phone and fax most effectively, speak to the media, etc. -- A new chapter on how to work with a PR firm -- how to select the agency that is right for your needs, how to get the most out of your agency, and your responsibilities as a client in the PR agency partnership.

The Public Relations Handbook

Author: Alison Theaker
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415317924
Format: PDF, Mobi
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In this updated edition of the successful handbook, a detailed introduction to the theories and practices of the public relations industry is given. Broad in scope, it traces the history and development of public relations, explores ethical issues which affect the industry, examines its relationships with politics, lobbying organisations and journalism, assesses its professionalism and regulation, and advises on training and entry into the profession. It includes: * interviews with press officers and PR agents about their working practices * case studies, examples, press releases and illustrations from a range of campaigns including Railtrack, Marks and Spencer, Guinness and the Metropolitan Police * specialist chapters on financial public relations, global PR, business ethics, on-line promotion and the challenges of new technology * over twenty illustrations from recent PR campaigns. In this revised and updated practical text, Alison Theaker successfully combines theoretical and organisational frameworks for studying public relations with examples of how the industry works in practice.

The Global Public Relations Handbook

Author: Krishnamurthy Sriramesh
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135645485
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This handbook represents the state of the public relations profession throughout the world, with contributions from the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa. A resource for scholars and advanced students in public relations & international business.

Media Relations Handbook for Agencies Associations Nonprofits and Congress

Author: Bradford Fitch
Publisher: The Capitol Net Inc
ISBN: 9781587330032
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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A practical guide to media relations, with tips, checklists and examples. A handbook for those who want to use the most effective means to communicate on behalf of a government agency, a national association or nonprofit, or an elected official. www.MediaRelationsHandbook.com