Manchester, NH, December 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Those interested in getting a business featured on the front page of the business section of a newspaper without spending advertising dollars should participate in this month's “Ask-the-Expert,” an on-line forum, currently featuring Monica Bardier, Owner/President of Ping PR. To take part in the forum, visit www.abi-nh.com or www.unionleader.com and read Monica’s article, “Got PR Envy?” Click on the on-line link, and ask questions, which will be answered and posted to both Web sites. The article will be posted throughout the month of December.
Ms. Bardier explains in her article, through useful step-by-step instructions, ways to make the most of public relations to promote a business. She reminds that, “Public relations is when you generate positive news related stories about your company, people, products or services.” She adds, “Public relations is Not advertising.” And, she goes on to offer practical advice that can be incorporated into marketing plans, and ultimately help others realize PR success.
Monica Bardier is an award winning marketing and public relations executive who operates Ping PR, a public relations driven marketing communications agency that provides fully integrated multidisciplinary marketing services including social media to build awareness and sales for its clients. She has extensive experience in the advertising arena as well as television production and her list of clients encompasses many industries, including healthcare, finance, education, and government.
The “Ask-the-Expert” series is a collaborative effort between the Amoskeag Business Incubator and the Manchester Union Leader. The on-line forum features an array of specialists representing New Hampshire. Past topics have included: social media, international trade, tax management; government procurement; the venture capital process; patents, trademarks & copyrights; disaster preparedness for business technology and leveraging the internet for marketing success. All articles, along with the questions and responses, remain available for viewing.
About the Amoskeag Business Incubator (abi): The abi is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides affordable office space and technical assistance to early stage companies creating a supportive entrepreneurial environment that stimulates the growth of businesses, ensures economic vitality for the community and encourages job creation. For more information, please contact the abi at 629-9511, visit www.abi-nh.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.