Muck Rack's monthly top picks: 5 links we loved in July
Another month down! Before we know it, summer's going to be over...soak up that August sun and take a look at the top PR/journalism posts around the web from the month of July.
Also, stick around to discover the top five stories from right here on the Muck Rack blog.
Links We Loved
1. 12 ways to land media coverage without a press release: Can you land media coverage without a traditional press release? Renée Warren says YES in this piece for Entrepreneur. She also gives Muck Rack a little shout out! :)
3. A client breakup is hard: learn and move forward: Sing it with us! "Breaking up is hard to do..." Jon Schickedanz explains in this Spin Sucks post the signs that a client breakup is imminent and how to handle it.
4. Ditch the sales pitch: how to talk to the media: Stop talking to the media like you're trying to sell them something (even though technically, you kind of are). Instead, Eric Lewis explains how to talk to the media in a way that actually get results.
5. Design your day: We love the way Heather Whaling runs her communications agency, Geben. In this post, she explains why one of their "house rules" is to design your day in the way that you work best. Flexibility = key.
Top Posts From The Muck Rack Blog
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Jessica Lawlor is the features editor for the Muck Rack blog. She is a communications professional, writer, personal branding expert and speaker in the Philadelphia area. After six years in the corporate PR world, Jessica left her job to run her own communications agency, blog/brand and teach yoga. She blogs at JessicaLawlor.com about getting gutsy: stepping outside your comfort zone to reach your goals and live a life that makes you truly happy.
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