Listen to Nancy Marshall interview industry leaders, top executives, media personalities & online influencers about PR & their personal brand. In her solocast episodes, Nancy shares thought leadership on public relations, social media marketing, networking and strategic marketing techniques for businesses, organizations and individuals.
Bob Shultz, president and chief financial officer at Puritan Medical Products, returns for a special episode honoring him as the most popular guest of the year! Listen to find out how Puritan continues to adapt and innovate their products after COVID.
We are celebrating the PR Maven® Podcast guest with the most popular episode of the past year, Bob Shultz, president and chief financial officer at Puritan, by rereleasing his award-winning episode, episode 210.
The new PR Maven® Podcast episode with Tim Cotton is here! Nancy catches up with Tim on The Duck of Justice, writing social media content and books, and they reminisce about their past episodes together.
The PR Maven® Podcast is celebrating 5 years! To mark the occasion, we are rereleasing our two most popular episodes of all time, both with Tim Cotton. Today we share episode 36, but look out for a new episode with Tim.
Should your business be working with influencers? They may seem like a quick and easy way to spread the word about your business, but you need to do some serious homework before welcoming influencers free of charge. Karen Stabiner explains why you should think twice about working with influencers.
Remember that person you met, but whose name you can’t remember? Now you need what they have to offer, but you don’t have enough information to even search for them. In this episode, find out the importance of staying connected with your business contacts.
YouTube can help your business reach new audience members and you can share the same video content you are already sharing on your other social media platforms. Find out how to use YouTube for your business in this podcast episode.
While you may spend years training to become an expert in your profession, you may not have learned how to run a business or promote it. In this episode, Dr. Phil Finemore talks about how he has grown his audience through networking and podcasting and shares some resources to help your business grow.
In this episode, find out how to create an Instagram profile, make a post, and determine what content you should be posting and when. This episode also includes how to schedule and delete posts, or how to delete the entire profile.
LinkedIn is very important for your business. It helps connect your business with potential employees, shows your company culture and allows employees to connect. In this episode, find out how to get set up and start posting on LinkedIn.
With 200 million businesses on Facebook, if you don't have a business profile yet, now is the time to create one and start posting! Nancy explains the basic steps you need to know, from creating a Facebook page to making a post.
Over the spring 2023 semester, 10 Northeastern University students studied data and put together a marketing plan for this podcast. Listen as nine of them share what they have learned about public relations and why data is so important for PR.
Knowing your brand’s story isn’t just important for your business’s public relations or marketing departments, CEO or owners, it is important for everyone in your organization. Mads Hanna talks about brand storytelling and why you should be incorporating it into everything you do.
How can PR help spread the word about art with a purpose? Anna Dibble joins Nancy for this episode of The PR Maven® Podcast to talk about the new SeaChange exhibit at Maine Maritime Museum and what role public relations has in helping promote art exhibits.
How can you get your pitch noticed? In this episode, Rob Caldwell shares what he looks for in a good pitch: tell a story and recommend someone with a good personality. A handwritten note doesn't hurt either.
You’ve probably heard the expression, “Do what you love, and the money will follow.” But is it true? Michael Katz shares how his take on this has changed and what key factor he now considers instead of simply loving what you do.
Using hashtags can often seem daunting but they can improve social media visibility, encourage user engagement and clue you in on industry trends. Here are some strategies your can utilize to improve your hashtag usage.
Public relations is a relatively new concept compared to other professions, dating back to Ancient Greece. The idea of PR stems from the concept of communication. Listen to this episode to follow the full timeline.
Maine's history can be fun and accessible to all. In this episode, Amanda Pleau, marketing and communications manager at Maine Maritime Museum, talks about the work she is doing to spread the word about this amazing organization.
Tim Winkeler returns for a special episode celebrating him as the most popular guest of the year! Listen to learn more of Tim’s helpful business strategies with an emphasis on how you treat your employees.
What is the difference between PR and advertising? In this podcast episode, Nancy talks about what sets PR and advertising apart and how the lines are fading with access to direct-to-consumer communication.
Building an audience is an old strategy in marketing and it is as important now as it was then. Podcasting is one of the most powerful ways to reach people. If they trust you, then people are likely to start trusting what your business can bring to the table.
Puritan Medical Products has become an American success story through its work to produce COVID-19 testing swabs. In this episode, Bob Shultz, president and chief financial officer at Puritan, describes how the brand has grown and what the future holds for this Maine company.
How has the field of public relations transformed today? In this episode Abbey Violette, intern at Marshall Communications shares how her internship has taught her how PR is different than she initially thought.
Shopping has changed a lot over the years, from finding a salesperson you could get to know, like and trust, to doing all our shopping online. In this episode, find out how to boost your reputation with today's buyers.
While many of us have grown to rely on the internet, there are still rural communities throughout Maine that do not have a quality internet connection. In this episode, Andrew Butcher talks about the importance of connectivity for work, health and education.
Our new normal was a challenging one for marketers to navigate. Some of America’s most recognizable brands showed that even they were not immune to a pandemic. But where there is crisis, there is also opportunity.
From a bad review to a business partnership, Nancy sits down with Tim Winkeler to talk about how they met and how their relationship led to VIP Tires & Service becoming the presenting sponsor for the Trek Across Maine.
The lessons from my father resonated because they were simple and straightforward. Look people in the eye and say their name. In truth, it’s the No. 1 rule in business: Treat people like people, and humanize your relationships.
Whether you’re promoting a personal brand or an organizational brand, there are ways you can create and post content online that will make your brand show up with more authority and credibility for searchers.
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