I found this question burning in my mind recently during a meeting with a new business prospect. They wanted our help to position the company and its executives as thought leaders in their particular space. But there we were, hearing in excruciating detail about their vast portfolio of products, platforms and “solutions.” We see this…

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Reporters, editors and others use the AP Stylebook as a guide for grammar, punctuation, principles and practices of reporting – which is why it is important as PR professionals to keep aligned with it. Not only does AP style give us consistency in all our writing, it also lets us connect with media by speaking…

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Media interviews present a golden opportunity for a CEO or spokesperson to get their company’s positive message out there. This is the primary reason people talk to the media, other than to control a crisis. If done correctly, a well-trained spokesperson can navigate even the most challenging questions. The old adage “practice makes perfect” rings…

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