Goodbye, SEO: PR is the new king'
Mickie Kennedy
Goodbye, SEO: PR is the new king Gone are the days of keyword stuffing and spammy links. Recent changes to Google's algorithm places value on well written, relevant content.  

Beki Winchel
Report: Overcoming creative marketing professionals’ biggest challenges
Not getting information in a timely manner, long approval processes and a staggering demand for work are a few hurdles those on your design team face. Here’s how you can help.
Lucy Miller
5 reasons to stop relying on grammar checkers
Leaning too much on technology can weaken your writing and editing muscles and prevent you from mastering the basics.
Brendan Gannon
30 jobs in the PR and marketing world
In recognition of the upcoming Earth Day celebration, we’re featuring 2018’s most sustainable organizations. Plus, check out our roundup of other career opportunities.
Heather Allen
5 tips for grabbing coverage in food publications
Media relations efforts aren’t always focused on securing a headline in The New York Times or Forbes. If you’re looking to go niche with a cuisine-oriented publication, follow these tips.
PR Daily Staff
3 reasons numbers are NOT a PR pro’s enemy
Get the PR measurement skills you need for success with advice from experts during this can’t-miss virtual summit.
Ted Kitterman
Barbara Bush remembered for her kindness and cutting wit
The wife of one president and the mother of another, she left her mark on American society with remarks that both captured hearts and stirred controversy. Here are a few.
PR Daily Staff
Did your organization provide disaster relief?
Share your brand’s contributions to aiding in a crisis. Enter PR Daily’s 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility Awards. The final deadline is April 18.
Beki Winchel
Starbucks to close more than 8,000 stores for racial-bias training
The announcement is in response to a growing backlash after two black men were arrested in one of the coffee chain’s Philadelphia locations. The move was met with praise.
PR Daily Staff
Managers are your greatest ally—when they communicate
Turn unengaged managers into strong communicators by attending this can’t-miss workshop.
Brendan Gannon
Infographic: How chatbots could help your organization
These online assistants are already improving the customer experience and boosting bottom lines. This infographic offers a glimpse into the future of these marketing tools.
Gene Nichols
How complexity hinders messaging—and tips for streamlining
You have stuff to do, and between getting approvals and deciphering the executive VP’s blather, the bottleneck is creating a backlog. Time to de-clog the pipeline.
PR Daily Staff
Key insights from PoliteMail’s analysis of 200 million internal comms emails
Your messages are probably being passed over—but you can change that.
Beki Winchel
When automation goes wrong: Lessons from failed pitches
Using templates or tools might let you email more reporters than individual outreach, but the strategy can also backfire, ultimately getting your pitch ignored.
PR Daily Staff
Have you mastered media relations strategy?
Show us how you did it. Enter PR Daily’s 2018 Media Relations Awards. Don’t miss the extended deadline of April 25.
Adam Fisher
9 things you should never say in your presentation
Some phrases can lose an audiences' interest or telegraph that your speech is unimportant or carelessly constructed. Avoid insulting your audience by leaving out these common quips.