On Wednesday, January 29th, #MsInterPReted launched our first Twitter chat. Our guest was Ella Minty, founder of the U.K.-based #PowerAndInfluence online PR community, and the topic discussed was "Women Driving Thought-Leadership," which focused on how women can drive thought-leadership conversations that are clearly heard, accurately understood and given fair consideration in the marketplace of ideas.
View the recap of our Q&A below:
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Long-time Atlanta radio personality and LGBT trailblazer Melissa Carter shares her life journey as well as her insights about reaching the lesbian segment (and lesbian sub-segments) of the LGBT market, as well as why proper audience segmentation and research of this widely misunderstood community should never be underestimated.
With year-end of 2019 closing in, Kelly and Mary Beth conclude Season 1 of #MsInterPReted for the calendar year with a look back at some of the most memorable moments, guests, interviews, laughs, revelations -- and even a few tear-jerkers -- from the podcast's kick-off of Episodes 1-13. Revisit compelling interviews with guests as well as Kelly's and Mary Beth's top picks of their own best-practice discussions and insights.
Few careers offer the dynamic, exciting day-to-day work diversity, fast pace and intellectual stimulation as the public relations field. But alongside the adrenaline rush also comes PR's dubious honor of being ranked consistently as one of the most high-stress careers ... and the impact can take a real toll on both agency entrepreneurs and the larger PR workforce alike. To compound the issue further, openly discussing the issue has -- for decades -- been an unspoken taboo . . . but finally, this compounding factor is starting to change.
With offices in Knoxville and Atlanta, Fletcher Marketing PR announced today the launch of the “MsInterPReted” podcast, a new digital offering from the public relations firm to help demystify PR issues, trends and related topics for strategic communicators as well as executives in other disciplines who wish to grow their businesses or develop their organizations.
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