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2019 AP Stylebook Updates That You Should Know

by Emily Rosenberg

writing

The Associated Press Stylebook is a revered writing guide for journalists, PR professionals and members of the media. Every year, AP releases an updated edition with new words, phrases, formats, and grammar - pushing the writing world to dig a little deeper. The 2019 AP Stylebook includes over 200 new or revised entries, and PR pros know the importance of keeping tabs on the biggest updates. Now that we’re halfway through the year(!), it’s a good time to brush up on some of the most crucial changes.   

Our Favorite App of the Month: Slack!

by Madeline Hughes

mobile public relations public relations, social media review technology

Each month, the #BIGteam chooses their favorite app to highlight and why we believe that app deserves recognition. This month, we’ve chosen an app that’s been garnering headlines for its recent IPO. This app has long been a BIGfish staple; here’s why our August app of the month is Slack  

The Top 6 Newsletters Every PR Pro Should Be Subscribed To

by Emily Rosenberg

public relations

PR pros understand the importance of staying updated on the news. Seeing the most important stories of the day right in your inbox every morning is a great way to get caught up - but which newsletters are worth dedicating precious inbox space to? The BIGblog is here to help with our list of the top 6 newsletters every PR pro should be subscribed to:   

Which Media Monitoring Software Should You Use?

by Madeline Hughes

review technology

An essential part of measuring your PR campaign’s success is media monitoring. Media monitoring involves tracking your client’s coverage whether it be print, broadcast, online, or on social media. There are several platforms dedicated to helping you track your mentions and organize your client’s press hits, including Cision, Critical Mention, and more. Read on to discover which media monitoring software we find the most reliable at the BIGoffice.  

How to Get Press at CES

by Chelsea Higgins

consumer electronics public relations technology

The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) is one of the most prolific tech trade shows in the world. Tech companies from all over descend on Las Vegas for a week in January to announce new products and get face time with some of the most well-known reporters and outlets in the industry. With 6,365 registered press members attending CES in 2019, the opportunities to tell a company's story are boundless. However, there is tremendous competition to have products and announcements stand out in the noise of CES. Finding the right PR partner early can help a company effectively navigate CES and ensure participation in the show is successful and generates lasting results.   

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