Public Relations Firms: You Can Hire the Best PR Firm
Public Relations firms are specialized these days and it may take awhile to find the best match for your organization. Imagine yourself working in perfect coordination with a PR firm that gets you the right amount of interviews in exactly the right media outlets you care about.
How to Hire a Public Relations Firm
This “How to Hire a Public Relations Firm” course will walk you through, step-by-step, everything you need to do to find and hire the best Public Relations firm for you or your organization. There are thousands of PR firms in the world. This course will help you narrow down the right ones for you to approach, and then interview and then, ultimately, select one. Nothing is worse than attempting a new Public Relations campaign with the wrong PR firm or no PR firm. That is why it is essential to go about your selection process in a rational way.
About the trainer
TJ Walker does not own or work for a Public Relations. Therefore the advice in this course is not a thinly disguised plug for any one PR firm. In his role as a media trainer and senior media strategist, Walker is frequently asked by major corporations, governments and NGOs around the world to help in the process of PR firm selection.
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