Positively PR

by Linda Irene in Positively PR [Edit]

Public Relations is used to achieve a number of marketing objectives:

  • to raise awareness
  • inform
  • educate
  • gain understanding
  • build trust
  • make friends
  • give people reasons to buy
  • create a climate of consumer acceptance

Public Relations activities contribute to developing new prospects for new markets, such as people who inquire after seeing or hearing a product release in the news media. It generates sales leads usually through articles about new products and services and paves the way for sales calls.

source: Public Relations Strategies

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It’s All About Attitude

Posted in Positively PR, tagged , on December 6, 2010 | Edit | Leave a Comment »

by Billy Cox   Having a bad day? Your attitude can be your best friend or your worst enemy. It can take you to levels you never thought possible, or it can be the single most limiting element in your life. Your attitude — good or bad — is contagious. It spreads to your coworkers, […]

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When Life Gets Stormy

Posted in Encouragement, Positively PR, tagged , , on December 2, 2010 | Edit | Leave a Comment »

Source: youtube

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When The Going Gets Tough

Posted in Positively PR, tagged , , on November 25, 2010 | Edit | Leave a Comment »

by Peggy McColl Before we get started, I just had to share this Insight poster with you. I loved its sarcastic yet poignant message. You can find it on www. Despair.com which specializes in humorous quotes that are the opposite of Successories products. What do you do when the going gets tough? Is it simply […]

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Laughter Yoga and cancer

Posted in Fighting for the Cure, Positively PR on November 8, 2010 | Edit | Leave a Comment »

Source: Youtube

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New Science on how to treat & prevent cancer

Posted in Fighting for the Cure, Positively PR, tagged , , on November 8, 2010 | Edit | Leave a Comment »

by Mark Hyman, MD Conventional medicine has lost its battle with cancer. But that doesn’t mean the war is over. Let me explain why we may finally be heading in the right direction. I just returned from TEDMED, an extraordinary gathering of brilliant minds from science, medicine, business and technology–a veritable intellectual orgy. During the […]

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Rally to Restore Sanity & Oprah

Posted in Positively PR, tagged , , , on October 15, 2010 | Edit | 2 Comments »

Source: Youtube

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Make Campaign Ads more Honest

Posted in Positively PR on October 10, 2010 | Edit | Leave a Comment »

by Ron Howard Film Director Posted: October 7, 2010 04:58 PM   Instead of candidates hiring people like yours truly, to create campaign media that works on both conscious and subconscious levels to sway the voting public, what if all TV ads were, by law, only allowed to feature the candidate, with, say, the American flag […]

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EZ Divorce? (PR Nightmare)

Posted in Blog Comments, Positively PR, PR Connections, tagged , on September 23, 2010 | Edit | Leave a Comment »

YouTube This guy, without even trying offended paralegals, calling them paper pushers, his fellow attorneys he calls a 3-piece-suit piece of crap, and court house personnel are “illiterate boobs” and he managed to offend anyone with a little decorum, all in one foul swoop.  See for yourself.

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Eat, Love, Pray

Posted in Positively PR, tagged , , on September 21, 2010 | Edit | 1 Comment »

Source: ted.com

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7 More B2B Social Media Tools You Haven’t Heard Of

Posted in Positively PR on September 20, 2010 | Edit | Leave a Comment »

By Adam Holden-Bache Mon, Jun 21, 2010 Social Media 101 Based on the positive feedback from the first 7 B2B Social Media Tools You Haven’t Heard Of article, we felt we’d highlight several more tools that may be helpful for B2B social media marketers. 1. Spredfast http://www.spredfast.com Cost: Free trial, $50/month for Standard plan, $100 […]

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