Author: PR Guru

  • Write What Editors Want To Buy

    Write What Editors Want To Buy

    It’s not hard to get into a debate with a fellow writer about which is better, to query first or write the article first and submit it to various publications. Both ways work, since both are practiced by published writers. The choice is all yours. But if you prefer to write your articles and submit…

  • 4 Ways To Annoy Editors  (Don’t Do Them!)

    4 Ways To Annoy Editors (Don’t Do Them!)

    One of the greatest gifts a writer can have is that of a good relationship with an editor. When you have a good relationship with an editor, you will likely be asked to write for them more often. 1. Fail to read the guidelines This is a perfect way to annoy an editor. Writer’s guidelines…

  • 3 R’s of Writing a Sellable Article

    3 R’s of Writing a Sellable Article

    Writing an article that will sell isn’t always easy. It can require a lot of time and energy, but that’s true of all kinds of writing. To write an article that is sellable, try using the following three tips: 1. Research It’s important when writing any article that you do your research. You want to…

  • Rules of Punctuation: The Comma

    Rules of Punctuation: The Comma

      The Comma is one of the most illusive punctuation marks, with more rules than any of its siblings has. Here are the rules of using commas correctly.     The Comma Rules 1. The most basic use of commas is known universally: To separate the items in a list. For instance: John’s pets include parrots,…

  • One Classic Mistake Naive Bloggers Make When Working with PR Firms, Brands, & Affiliates

    One Classic Mistake Naive Bloggers Make When Working with PR Firms, Brands, & Affiliates

    You get an email from a PR firm, brand, or affiliate complimenting you on your blog and requesting you publish an article written by their team on your blog.  You think, “Wow! This brand, affiliate company and/or PR firm likes my blog!” It might be prudent, however, to ask why they chose your blog and…

  • Social Media Stats Every Blogger, Marketer and Business Owner Should Know

    Social Media Stats Every Blogger, Marketer and Business Owner Should Know

    With 40% of people spending more time socializing online than they do face-to-face, staying current on social media trends and statistics are critical tools for planning a blogger or business’s 2013 and 2014 social media strategy. Geographic Stats 27% of total U.S. internet time is spent on social networking sites. Leads Social media produces almost…

  • Press Release Ideas for Increasing Revenue

    Press Release Ideas for Increasing Revenue

    Press releases generate buzz and can increase your company’s visibility which can increase revenue and generate profit.  If you are struggling with ideas for your business’s next announcement, use some of our press release ideas. Provide education, entertainment, and information your clients can use by providing helpful tips and tricks related to your business. Demonstrate…

  • 7 Press Release Insights

    7 Press Release Insights

    7  press release insights comes from Pr-Public Relations founder, Joanna Jana Laznicka, in a behind-the-scenes interview on a dark, stormy night when Joanna was in the mood to reveal some of the industry’s insights after a few glasses of fine white wine and a soak in her salt-water Jacuzzi. Here are the interview questions that…