In this episode, I chat with Ashton Meisner about Digital PR. We discuss what it is, how it can benefit your clients’ business and generate conversion. For those who run their own PR Agency, we also chat about how adding Digital PR as a service offering can increase revenue, complement your existing traditional PR plans and help create value metrics to prove the success of your campaigns.
In this episode of the Pitching PR podcast, I chat with Alexis Davis Smith the president and founder of PRecise Communications a public relations firm that specializes in outreach to African American and U.S. Hispanic consumers. We chat about the rising importance of multicultural PR and her entrepreneurial journey starting her own agency. She shares her experience working with billion-dollar brands that “get-it” and how to educate your client if they are missing the mark when it comes to multicultural marketing. She also shares her insights on the importance of having a diverse team and how this can help you avoid potential multicultural marketing landmines.
In this episode of the Pitching PR podcast, I chat with Dave Cosgrave from Freshbooks about an income study they did of self-employed workers. It identified a 28% wage gap between male and female freelancers - but it’s not all doom-and-gloom, Dave also shares how this breaks down for those working in Marketing Communications and the results were surprising. We also discuss what motivates men and women to seek self-employment, are they likely to stay self-employed and Dave even shares some Freshbook data, exclusive to this podcast about the billable rates of men and women working in PR.
In this episode of the Pitching PR podcast, we are celebrating all things BEYONCE because it’s her birthday on September 4th. To do this today’s guest is Erika Taylor Montgomery of Three Girls Media and we are going to discuss why we should all bow down to Queen Bey - musician, mother and master marketer.