The three things PR bosses should STOP doing

Muck Rack Daily

The three things PR bosses should STOP doing
August 21st, 2016
View in browser
Muck Rack Daily
Hello from Muck Rack, where you can get a snapshot of what journalists around the world are reading, thinking and commenting on right now.

Ever had a bad boss, PR pros? We've all been there. Contributor Micah Warren details some of the top offenses PR bosses commit. Read on for more, plus some of our other popular posts from the Muck Rack blog over the past few weeks.

Muck Rack Fast Fact

Did you know you can use Muck Rack to find which journalists are covering an event? Then, with a few clicks you can also add them to a targeted media list and begin email outreach.

Take the Olympics for example…

If you’re preparing for a different event you'd like to monitor, Muck Rack can help.

Curious to learn more? We'd love to show you how Muck Rack works!

Muck Rack's Top Blog Picks
 

Three things PR bosses should stop doing

"Here are three things that PR bosses do far too often, and they really need to try a different approach. Stay tuned for part two of this series!" (Tweet it)



Nine secrets to a successful media tour

"You have an executive coming to town for one day and you’ve lined up an amazing list of meet-and-greetsFor the pros about to go on a media tour, here are 9 secrets to success." (Tweet it)
 

Back to school: continuing education for journalists

"There is always room for improvement in your craft. As most of us already know all too well, the media industry is constantly changing. And part of our job is to keep up with it." (Tweet it)


How to get ROI from your PR program

"As technology permeates every sector, it brings with it the advent of a data-driven society. Here are five tips for creating a program that delivers tangible results for your clients." (Tweet it)
 

Five tips to get great crowdfunding media coverage

"If you work in the startup world, or pay attention to the tech media, you’ve probably seen news about a cool new gadget that’s being crowdfunded on a platform like Kickstarter or Indiegogo." (Tweet it)

 
Muck Rack is always looking for guest bloggers! If you’re interested in writing for us, check out our submission guidelines and send us a pitch. 
Follow Muck Rack on Twitter and check in through the day to find out what's interesting the journalism community.
If this newsletter was forwarded to you and you'd like to receive it every day, click here to subscribe.
If there are any journalists on Twitter you'd like to follow through Muck Rack, let us know.
Brought to you by:
Sawhorse Media
632 Broadway Suite 901,
New York, NY 10012
hello@muckrack.com
Unsubscribe from this newsletter