As Dittoe PR prepares for another amazing year of PR and social media successes on behalf of our clients, we are looking to grow our talented team. We have an immediate opening for an Account Executive position. Account Executives are responsible for driving the execution of public relations initiatives while also contributing to strategic idea generation. The ideal candidate is motivated and enthusiastic with excellent communication skills (both verbal and written) and strong creativity. There is an emphasis on client communication, media relations, content creation and research. We need self-starters and team players who enjoy telling clients’ stories and collaborating with their [...]
Did you know that Dittoe PR has a book club? As often as we can, a handful of our staff read the same book over a month, head out to a local restaurant after work, and chat about what we liked or didn’t like about each pick. We’re not a terribly formal group, and sometimes that #PRLife means we don’t always get to meet monthly, but we’re usually pretty successful. Why have a work book club? Because at Dittoe PR, our leaders strive to create ways for employees to connect with each other aside from workloads or clients. Why is this [...]
This is the third post of a three-part series. What can I say? I love Twitter. If you’ve read Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series, you know that I’ve found a way leverage Twitter for a number of professional purposes. From researching outlets and reporters to keeping up with the latest news, Twitter is an essential tool in a PR pro’s toolbox. Here are a few more ways to use Twitter for public relations (and one slightly less productive way). Twitter Lists My colleague Ashley Shuler wrote a whole blog post about the underused social media feature of [...]
Some big changes in the top social media apps are headed our way, though some may have already been in the palm of our hand. Check out what's new from Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Over time, it has become more common for companies to integrate public relations into their marketing plan. Why? Because each method of communication is impactful in its own way and can complement each other well when executed correctly. Your Customer At the end of the day, it’s about reaching your audience. Whether you’re selling a good or service, messaging is important. What marketing can provide differs from PR, but both have the same goal of connecting with a certain audience. With PR, you can build trust with your audience. You’re telling a story and maintaining positive relationships with those that have [...]