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What does your website say about you?

Posted on in Monday PR Tips
What your website says about you is not limited to the content but rather the impression it gives your users. There are a lot of articles regarding this topic and after research, this article will reveal some of the most important aspects that companies should consider when creating a website. This may also serve as an evaluation sheet to better your company's image. Illustration If you show up to a board meeting in jeans and a t-shirt while your colleagues are in business suits, the attitude that you convey (intentional or not) is that you do not care how those in the room perceive you. They in turn will be less inclined to have you participate in the meeting as they will deem you unprofessional and not trustworthy. The design Before a user reads your content, no matter how life changing it may be, they first notice the design then place...
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zajrzyj do nas

Posted on in Monday PR Tips
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PR Management

Posted on in Monday PR Tips
Today's PR tips will serve as a refresher course of what you already know. Management is an essential role that needs to be played in all organizations of the attainment of set goals. According to Mary Parker Follett, management is 'the art of getting things done through people.' This is through giving directions to employers, providing leadership and deciding how to use the organization's resources to accomplish task and attain high performance. There are four functions of attaining organizational goals in an effective and efficient manner through management. Planning During this foundation phase, the management analyses where the organization currently is, where they want to be in the future and how to get there. During this stage a deadline for has to be set and resources required for the task need to be identified. Remember; a goal is not a goal without a deadline. Lack of proper planning can hurt the...
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Is That News Post Necessary?

Posted on in Monday PR Tips
Does your brand feel the need to be relevant and contribute to the news making headlines in the country? If this is the case, there are a few things that as a brand you should keep in mind before engaging in the social media conversation. In the wake of the Westgate attacks and other issues affecting Kenya and the world beyond, organizations may be tempted to form an opinion and tell it to their audience. The best advice from a PR perspective is if your organization is not directly affected by what is going on, say nothing about it. This is because your brand will be seen as merely opinionated instead of a source of authority on the subject. If you are going to post news, there are a few things you should know. The news posted should affect either people based in your county or area of operations and a...
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Rising early for your PR success

Posted on in Monday PR Tips
Today on Monday PR tips we will take a slightly different approach on what it takes to be good at your job. In the past month we have talked about what you need to do in your career to succeed. How then do you prepare your body to get in step with our success? Most people can attest that getting up in the morning is the hardest thing. It might be so but the benefits are far more tangible than most believe. The monks on Mount Athos shouldn't be the only people benefiting from this ritual. However if being a night owl makes you most productive, let not this deter you. How do you wake up early? Sleep early. Studies have shown that lack of sleep hurts our bodies, makes us lose money and look uglier all in one breath. That movie or drink can wait for the weekend. Put a...
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