Proactively developing a public relations strategy for your organization can pay dividends in building the right relationships over time. Good PR practices are not developed as “quick fixes” but rather to create long-term benefits to support your brand and complement your marketing plans. Here are a few questions to consider when crafting a strategy:
It took 60 years for Maker’s Mark to create and burnish its image as a premium bourbon brand, and all of one day to put that reputation on the rocks.
By now I’m sure you have heard the controversy: One of Kentucky’s most beloved bourbons was facing a shortage. There simply was not enough product to go around. To many brands, this is the holy grail of business models. After all, as demand outstrips supply, your cachet rises, along with your cash.
Whether it’s from print, mail, broadcast, online and mobile sources, the competition for your customer’s attention seems to grow more intense every year. It’s as if consumers are driving through a thick blanket of fog, and you’re trying to make sure the view of your business isn’t lost in the haze.