The Day in the Life of a Public Relations Professional

What are some of the things a PR Professional does on a day to day basis? To start the day, we do the same as most everyone else. We wake up, shower, brush our teeth, eat breakfast and have coffee. From there, it can change for most.

Who is it that we are going to promote? We need to speak with them about themselves, their business and learn more about what we are going to promote. We want to do the absolute best for the client.

Once we understand who it is we are working with/for, we can then start to write Press Releases, make flyers, and work on their website. We begin to sell them to the public to create more of a momentum. Public Relations is about YOU and your business and we need to be honest in all aspects of what we do. We work with YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, What’s App and Meetup. We can interview you about your business for up to an hour, but most people will probably only listen to about 30 minutes. Unless there is something very valuable about your company you want your audience to know. Remember, Public Relations is all about you and your 

business! We want you to succeed and prosper in every way possible.

Like advertising, we as your public relations professionals seek to promote your organization, product, service, and brand. But PR activities also play an important role in identifying and building relationships with influential individuals and groups responsible for shaping market perceptions in the industry or product category where an organization operates. Public relations efforts also strive to do the following:

  • Build and maintain a positive image
  • Inform target audiences about positive associations with a product, service, brand, or organization
  • Maintain good relationships with influencers—the people who strongly influence the opinions of target audiences
  • Generate goodwill among consumers, the media, and other target audiences by raising the organization’s profile
  • Stimulate demand for a product, service, idea, or organization
  • Head off critical or unfavorable media coverage

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