Top 6 tips for pain-free super-speedy press release approval
OK. So you’ve written your beautiful shiny new press release. And all that stands between you and global fame and fortune is a couple of quick sign offs from colleagues. What could be easier?
10-days later you are losing the will to live: Your release has been passed from pillar to post and has been transformed from your succinct news summary to a mish mash of disconnected facts and opinions.
You have created a camel (Picture credit: Emmalemma). And you are desperate to just send it out and see the back of it. Sound familiar?
These are my top tips for pain-free super-speedy press release approval.
Gareth Ainsworth retired after 600 games this weekend.
In a split second your business legacy can be cast. Today I’m going to take a look at two professional footballers’ contrasting approaches to the game they play for a living. And perhaps we can learn a little about what, and how, we all communicate impacts on the way our professional lives are perceived?
In a desperate attempt to stem the tide of hate, Barclays has chosen to empower and enthuse their supporters using social media. Sadly, their cunningly-executed Facebook campaign hasn’t gone entirely to plan. Fans of well-conceived engagement campaigns should look away now. It’s not pretty!