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PR Strategies That Will Get You Noticed…Thru Social Media and Beyond!

Houston-based PR pro Kim Padgett is leading the topic at the “eWomenNetwork ‘Accelerated Networking’ Luncheon” on April 1st:

The times they are indeed a changin…and questions abound about the ideal mix of marketing and visibility strategies for business. With the explosion of social media channels and the decline in print media readership and outlets, companies are challenged to stay up to speed on the best practices for reaching target audiences. Many are overwhelmed about whether, and if so how best, to integrate traditional, digital and social media communications strategies to complement and support their overall marketing and visibility objectives.

At this powerful event you’ll learn:

  • Where the traditional and the new age of communicating intersect
  • How the media is adapting and augmenting their traditional outlets
  • Keys to optimizing press releases for offline and online channels
  • Social media channels most effective for maximizing PR for you and your business

Kim Padgett, has 20+ years of public relations and marketing communications experience – specializing in social media and media and community relations. Kim was Public Relations Society of America’s 2010 “Media Relations Professional of the Year”. She is a frequent speaker and contributing author for various professional, business and lifestyle publications. Before founding The Padgett Group in 2001, where she develops strategic communication plans based upon client needs, she held many high-level positions in public relations, marketing and corporate communications for companies such as: The Thompson Group, Iconixx Software, Life Line Screening Corp., NetExplorer Inc., and BSG Corp.

Cost is $45 for non-members. More info at https://events.ewomennetwork.com/event/details.php?eid=13262.

About Sandra Fernandez

Sandra Fernandez is a professional communicator, tech enthusiast, book lover, and blogger. You can find her main blog at SandraSays.com and more of her writing at HispanicHouston.com.

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