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How Much PR Potential Is There for Your Startup?

When a startup launches a PR effort it is (almost) always with great expectations. But, as with any endeavor, a lot of the output is based on the input. And that input is not so much the time and energy expended on getting coverage, it's how many...

What Kind of PR Program Is Best for Your Startup?

You Wrote a Blog Post. Now What?

How Do You Calculate a Startup PR Retainer?

Public relations doesn’t do itself any favors when it comes to budgeting for startups.

Bullshit (and Donald Trump)

Dispatches from SXSW: Max Levchin

This write-up was whipped together between sessions at SXSW. Grammatical mistakes and typos may occur, and are in fact – if they do occur – quite charming and authentic.

4 Lessons the Chicago Startup Scene Has Taught Me in 4 Years

This article by Propllr partner Mark Meadows originally appeared in ChicagoInno

9 Content Marketing Lessons I Took from Michelin Travel Guides

Content marketing is surging in popularity, but it’s no new strategy. Over the past 100+ years, perhaps Michelin Guides have done it best. I took a look at Michelin as a case study and broke it down into 9 content-marketing steps helpful for any...

Startup Founder Lesson - Don't Be Murderous

Hello again!

This is the latest in our occasional emails with ideas on startup PR, updates from Propllr and shout-outs to folks deserving of shout-outs.

A New Office

First things first - as many of you know, Propllr has finally gone legit, with our...

7 Twitter Tips for PR

We just shared some quick tips for getting a basic Twitter program up and running with a client. With an eye on leveraging our content in as many ways as possible, here's a PR-centric take on those recommendations: