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How to Be a Thought Leader: 11 Lessons from the Rise of Scott Galloway

I never used to know who Scott Galloway was, but it’s hard to remember a time I didn’t.

The man – and his thought leadership – is everywhere.

Relax, You’re an Expert: 5 Tips for How to Prepare for a Media Interview

Think back to your first interview. It was probably something you did for the first time for your first job. If it was anything like mine, it involved sweaty palms, jumbled responses, and a pair of oversized dress shoes you purchased at a steep...

Want to Get a Bigger Bang for Your PR Buck? 5 Steps to Boost ROI

As we consider the uncertain future thrust on us by the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of us are asking, “How can I make the most of what I already have?”

You’re a B2B Startup with No Product Yet. Should You Do PR?

I’d say that nine out of 10 times I have a call with a B2B startup founder, I tell them this: It’s too early to hire us, but it’s never too early to start PR. And to help them get started, we have tons of resources on this very blog, including...

No News for Your Startup? Here’s How to Get Media Coverage Anyway

Many startups get media coverage for funding rounds and new products.

Stop Spamming Reporters: Here's How to Build and Grow a Media List for Your Startup

The dirty little secret of PR is that much of what firms like Propllr get paid for can be done by anyone. Probably not as well and almost certainly not with as much speed, creativity, or consistency. But still, it’s doable.

How to Pitch During COVID-19: Tips from HuffPost’s Kristen Aiken

Photo by Damon Dahlen, HuffPost

In times of crisis, people need good journalism. The COVID outbreak is no exception. In recent weeks, people have been flocking to the new sources in record numbers, hungry for ever more information about the virus...

The Best of Propllr: Reader Favorite PR & Content Guides

Should You Do PR During a Crisis Not of Your Making?

PR: Public Relations or Parks & Rec?

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