Make PR magic—even when there’s no news to share
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Your job doesn’t stop between product releases and corporate activity. In fact, a PR pro’s greatest value to an organization can be keeping brand awareness alive and sentiment high during times when there isn’t any obvious “news” to share. Over the past year, Kate Rambo, director of public relations at Monster, has developed a host of strategies to keep the brand in the public eye in between press releases. She’s found and created powerful stories from data, maximized the organization’s leadership and turned “newsjacking” into more than just a buzzword. In this presentation, she will share her tactics for keeping up a steady drumbeat of earned media and talk about how you can take your stories beyond the vanilla press release.
Ways to create and harness data to tell interesting stories
Tips for turning your executives into experts
Strategies for tapping into news moments and flashpoints
How to highlight your messages and value propositions with clickable articles, videos and posts
is director of public relations at Monster, where she develops communications strategies that advance Monster’s mission to better enable the human connections in the job search and talent search processes. She is responsible for ensuring that candidates, employers, recruiters, business partners and the media alike know the Monster story. Rambo joined Monster in February 2018 from the agency world. Previously, she was vice president of the Havas PR Boston office and director at Weber Shandwick. In the latter role, Rambo was responsible for top-tier media relations, the creation of thought leadership platforms for corporations and their executives, and oversaw the Boston Lead Media team, composed of more than 20 media relations specialists.