PRAL New Orleans February Luncheon: Blogger Relations
Jay Krall, business development director for Cision, will discuss blogger relations at the PRAL New Orleans February luncheon. Bloggers have emerged as another important tool for PR professionals to use in reaching their target audiences, but a constant topic of discussion is the best way to engage with them as they are not the traditional journalists we are used to encountering. Krall will touch on some of the best ways to work with the blogging community - offering advice and best practices - and will provide some free tools for gathering data and identifying bloggers relevant to your brand.
About Jay Krall:
Passionate about social, mobile and cloud-based apps for communications professionals, Jay Krall designs workflow tools for PR and marketing driven by real-time data. His writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, PR Week, PR News and other publications. He also serves as a project manager on "skunkworks" projects outside of Cision's core product roadmap, such as JournalistTweets.com, a free site that curates tweets from top media voices globally. Follow him on Twitter, @jaykrall, or at CisionBlog.
Networking: 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
Luncheon: 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Cost: $28 for members; $35 for non-members
- If you're paying at the door, you must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Noon on Monday, February 6 to guarantee a seat. Online registration ends at this time as well.
- If you need to cancel your reservation, you must notify us by NOON the day before to receive a credit, which can be used at another meeting.
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Peer Partners, http://peerpartners.com/
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PRAL New Orleans
The Public Relations Association of Louisiana–New Orleans Chapter (PRAL NOLA) is a professional association for public relations practitioners that provides networking and professional development for members. PRAL members are automatically members of the Southern Public Relations Federation (SPRF), a regional association that provides additional public relations educational and networking opportunities, as well as APR certification through the Universal Accreditation Board. For more information, visit www.pralstate.org.