PR, Marketing, Social Media and Small Busines Talk
Talk is home to talk on Marketing, PR, Social Media and sharing your message with the PR and Marketing go to girl Linda Reed-Enever. With her enthusiasm for new experiences and love of finding new things Linda was destined to grow to be either a professional Geo-Cacher, or become the inspiring leader in Communications that she is today and in Talk she shares her tips with you via 5 Minute Marketing Ideas and Ask Linda where you ask her your marketing questions and she answers them. As well as tips and updates on all things marketing
Evergreen content is the type of information that pops up time and again, year after year in business. It’s often found in the information your customers seek or the things about your industry you find yourself explaining over and again. Evergreen content is always fresh – it can be used at any time throughout the year, or is fresh at a certain time, year after year after year.
In a nutshell, it is content that stays relevant to your audience.
In this episode of Talk we look at 11 ideas for Evergreen Content and tools you can use to help share them.
Article writing is a must for your PR toolkit.
Whether it’s a blog, guest post on a third-party website, newsletter or other publication, it builds credibility and creates your profile as an expert, while giving the media and publications a chance to get to know you.
The online media has a wealth of opportunities when it comes to placing quality articles, and this is a very real way to build the profile of your brand.
Blog writing is an essential element of any PR strategy, and it offers a host of benefits to businesses that choose to embrace it.
Like any PR, it should be done regularly with a new blog post weekly, fortnightly or monthly.
As it’s placed on your own website, a company blog offers you complete control of what you want to say, when, and how you wish to say it.
It brings with it Search, SEO and credibility too
With the rise of the 24-hour newsroom, the need for a journalist to find stories and new sources is increasing, so media and press releases are a great way to get your story out there.
When used within a well thought-out marketing strategy, a media release can provide a number of significant benefits to you and your business.
So, in this episode of Talk we look at why should you devote the time and effort into crafting the perfect story, and then promoting it to various media outlets.
There is no one size fits all when it comes to creating the right PR strategy for a business.
The trick is to know where your audience is likely to be and make the most of the opportunity that the media gives you by being prepared and having a strategy which is what we will start to explore in this episode of Talk.
Crickets in a Facebook Group are not ideal…so how do you create engagement in your Facebook Group?
In this Talk Episode, we dive into ways you can create engaging content so your members are encouraged to join the conversation.
With the launch of My Book of PR Tips, in this episode we explore the 3 Types of PR you can tap into.
Knowing your media and what they seek is the key of every PR relationship so that we share our story with the right people.
So, in this episode we explore knowing and finding media to share your story with.
This episode of the Talk podcast is a guided activity that will help you come up with some content ideas you can create for your business, and we are focusing on blogging ideas.
In this episode of Talk I introduce you to one of my Marketing Circle Members Dawn Lewis from Dawn Lewis as we talk about marketing, craft and how the Marketing Circle has helped her business.
Reviews are important to all of us in business, especially in the world of Social Proof.
In this episode of Talk I share with you some tips on how to ask for reviews and how to use them in your marketing.
In this episode of Talk I return with the 5 Minute Marketing Ideas deck and share with you 3 ways you can network, engage and connect with your market using just 5 Minutes of Time