Archive for the ‘Public Relations’ Category

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When you hire someone to do PR for you, that’s not where your job ends

Tweet It’s where it begins for true success… I wish I had penned that bit of wisdom, because it’s brilliant. Alas, it was penned by another, and I don’t take credit for someone else’s words of wisdom. So, credit to the universe. When I read it, I didn’t make note of the author. The words, […]

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The Thank You That Changed My Thinking

Tweet Do you have a publicist? Second question… Have you ever said thank you? PR – for the most part – is a really thankless job in many regards, and so it should be. I have no doubt about that one. I’ve learned some things along the way that are really worth sharing, though, which […]

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Don’t burn bridges ~ PR 101

Tweet The Lion and Mouse An Aesop’s Fable Once when a Lion was asleep a little Mouse began running up and down upon him; this soon wakened the Lion, who placed his huge paw upon him, and opened his big jaws to swallow him. “Pardon, O King,” cried the little Mouse: “forgive me this time, […]

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No answer is an answer

Tweet No answer is an answer, if you don’t understand that yet. When “no” is an answer, it t can mean several things: The person is on vacation The person isn’t quite sure what to say and needs more time to think about it It’s a “no,” but the person is not even going to […]

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How much can I dissolve myself as a wine publicist?

Tweet Throw in some wine, and I’d say I could dissolve my wine publicist job in the blink of an eye, wine being the liquid factor here. This is what is swimming around in my head today, as I write my journey as a wine publicist… I need to keep myself in balance, on this […]

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Tell me why I should be a member of your group

Tweet If I hear “Tell me why I should be a member” one more time…  Well, I still don’t know what I’ll say; but, I know what I’d like to say. It would go something like this: If I have to tell you why you should be a member of any organization, I’d just be […]

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Customer service PR lessons; the good, bad, and the ugly ~ Part 2

Tweet Today’s part of this two part story is about the good…. Culinary customer service at its worst… Yesterday’s blog post was about customer service at its best. RECAP Jose and I recently went to the Asheville, North Carolina, area to visit my daughter Katie, son-in-law Ray, and our two grandsons; Jonathan (14 years old) and […]

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Customer service PR lessons; the good, bad, and the ugly ~ Part 1

Tweet Today’s part of this two part story is about the good…. Culinary customer service at its best… Who thought when I’d visit my kids I’d end up with a customer service story. Proving… you can take the wine PR person out of wine country, but you can’t take the PR out of the wine person. […]

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Trending PR, is this the way of the future or just a guise?

Tweet I got to thinking about an Email exchange that I had last week, and couldn’t help but ask myself if this was trending PR or not. I’m going to just share the exchange and you be the judge. INCOMING EMAIL: Editor Deadline: Need Holiday Recipes Hi Jo, My name is Bob and I’m with […]

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PR 101 ~ Personal emails are a true path

Tweet PR 101 I don’t get as many comments on my wine blog as I do private Emails… Why I don’t get as many comments on my wine blog as I do private Emails… I don’t write a blog to elicit extensive comments on what I’ve put out there. Controversial stories always elicits emotions and […]