PR influencers sharing their expertise
Jason has PR and marketing skills, which he shares with his followers and podcast listeners. He encourages brands to embrace influencer marketing as a PR tool and hosts webinars on the topic.
Want to learn how to use your own #community to drive better #influencermarketing? We're doing a free webinar Friday at CIPIO! Come on over and let me show ya!https://t.co/aTe4QZWGIv#commerce #marketing #strategy #influence #influencemarketing pic.twitter.com/5B4fDGiIRJ— Jason Falls (@JasonFalls) February 8, 2023
We are hosting @prsarahevans for an Ask-Me-Anything session over our Belkins B2B Sales & Marketing Community at 11:00 EDT (5pm CET)— Belkins (@blknsco) January 18, 2023
Do join in to ask questions related to PR, Social Media & Marketing.
Looking forward to jamming with Sarah#Twitter #LinkedIn #AMA #askmeanything pic.twitter.com/QhNam66i4r
Annie is a proponent of radio publicity as a PR tool and openly chats about it and PR influencer marketing with her 42K followers. Her followers like to get public relations advice, along with useful tips that focus on industry topics like a brand refresh and how a PR firm should treat you.
Radio publicity powers your media bio, building your brand fast! Appearing on radio talk shows in major cities & syndicated shows creates big brand top expert momentum. Your ability to compete increases exponentially. Shows are done via telephone! https://t.co/pZ9zVha1KI pic.twitter.com/FdCeZOnkHM— AnnieJenningsPR (@AnnieJenningsPR) January 9, 2023
I'll be speaking at #Step2023, on February 22-23 at Dubai Internet City, keynoting on the main stage discussing customer experience in a post-Covid world, and even touching on neurodiversity in the workplace. Hope to see you there! https://t.co/NWFixR3Xe4— Peter Shankman (@petershankman) February 9, 2023
Neil is best known for his marketing skills, but many of those skills focus on PR techniques like gaining more exposure and working with a journalist. On YouTube, where Neil has 1.13 million subscribers, he offers more in-depth content, like a one-hour-long seminar on SMS and Email Strategies.
Most leaders are bad communicators and to prove it, we asked the Spin Sucks Community to share their experiences. On the @SpinSucks podcast, we share their stories and 4 tips to improve leadership communications. https://t.co/k1KWBdNDcB pic.twitter.com/9pby6xo3Zy— Gini Dietrich (@ginidietrich) February 8, 2023
Michelle is a PR influencer and the owner of PRisUs. Her Twitter stream explores how to get more exposure and how to use social media to elevate your brand. She also runs a podcast aimed at freelancers, which offers frank discussions about problem clients and how to raise your rates.
An author, writer, and PR specialist from Albany, NY, Lisa stays on top of the trends. Her Twitter feed is full of timely topics like why brands feel AI-phobic. She also writes a newsletter about PR and marketing and likes to feature great advertising spots like this one from a popular ketchup brand.
DON’T: hire a PR agency if you can’t (or won’t) devote *internal resources* to the effort. 🤦♂️— Parry Headrick ⚡️ (@pheadrick) February 9, 2023
DO: hire a PR agency when your exec team *prioritizes comms* as a key biz driver. 🌟
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Public relations influencers like Dan are tough to find. He helps business leaders create thought leadership content and earn publicity from it. His methods often land him guest speaker spots at conferences and on podcasts.
Listening to growth oriented podcasts throughout the day is a great way to stay motivated.— John White (@juanblanco76) February 9, 2023