On Being Set up for Failure: Adventures in the Absurd

Posted by Larry Kenigsberg on Aug 3, 2020 4:45:00 AM

Nothing blows people’s minds more than turning down their business, especially in Israel’s business culture. As business people with a strong, American background, we seek to work in a win-win paradigm. Sometimes a request/demand/deadline/approach just won't work or is unreasonable. People are often incredulous when we decline to accept in an ill-conceived request, even when our decision is accompanied by a detailed explanation.

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Topics: Public relations, press coverage, PR, client relations, planning

Press Releases and the KISS Principle

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Jul 9, 2020 5:51:00 PM

 

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Topics: Public relations, journalist, DIY, press release, media coverage, media

DIY PR – Getting the Ball Rolling

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Jun 29, 2020 1:01:29 PM

Public relations isn't rocket science, as my partner has consistently reminded me over the past decade. However, it does take a significant amount of time, energy, and persistence.

Getting your news out there

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Topics: Public relations, journalist, news story, DIY

“Whoops” - Three Common PR Mistakes Made by Well-Meaning Companies

Posted by Judith Segaloff on Jun 8, 2020 2:05:28 PM


I have worked on both sides of the desk. I was editor-in-chief of a publication in NY and a freelance editor and journalist. Most of my life, since age 16 to be exact, I have found my passion in providing public relations services to results-oriented clients.

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Topics: Public relations, journalist, news story, news value, timeliness, media resources, press coverage, press release, media coverage, media, brand

Paying for the Future with PR

Posted by Larry Kenigsberg on May 26, 2020 10:30:00 AM

Since starting our business more than a decade ago, we’ve seen companies

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Topics: Public relations, blog, content, marketing, valuation

If No One Knows You're Out There

Posted by Larry Kenigsberg on May 13, 2020 12:43:00 PM

The tension in the room was palpable. The CEO was clearly an unwilling hostage to the situation; that seemed clear. Amy and I were invited to this meeting by T, the vice president of marketing. He wanted to pursue a more aggressive marketing campaign to help his underperforming potential monster technology.

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Topics: Public relations, news value, Israel, marketing

Developing Blog Content Using the Evergreen Principle

Posted by Larry Kenigsberg on May 4, 2020 1:01:00 PM

Content is king, and someone must create it.

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Topics: Public relations, news value, content marketing, blog, Israel, content, marketing

The PR Curmudgeon

Posted by Larry Kenigsberg on Mar 24, 2020 6:08:00 PM

“Everybody has a price” – but, what if…

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Topics: Public relations, marketing, brand, audience, message, PR, corporate communications

Show Prep with Time to Spare

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Oct 21, 2019 12:00:00 PM

Getting ready for a trade show can be overwhelming, even for those of us who are regular exhibitors. Early in my career, I was at a show every fifth week, which made life quite busy for a year or two. To make it simple for all of us, here's a quick and easy calendar of activities you need to keep in mind.

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Topics: Public relations, press release, media coverage, media, trade show, staffing, conferences, giveaways

K2 Global Communications is Leading Agency on Clutch.co!

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Jul 2, 2019 2:24:23 PM
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Topics: Public relations, marketing, award, PR, review, internal communications, corporate communications