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Re-cap of Our June Twitter Chat Featuring Lani Rosales (@AGBEAT) #wgbiz
Lani Rosales,Women In Business
Re-cap of Our June Twitter Chat Featuring Lani Rosales (@AGBEAT) #wgbiz
24 June 2013

Every month, usually about a week after our Women in Business chats, we usually post a PDF summary of the Twitter interview and surrounding hashtag discussion. This month we were honored to have Lani Rosales, Editor-in-Chief of AGBEAT, discussing the differences between digital and traditional publications, and how to get digital publications to cover your business story.  A5: establish rapport with one writer at a time, make their life easier, send talking points in three sentence or less and WIN. Read more…

    An Interview with the Editor in Chief of AGBeat, Lani Rosales
    Lani Rosales,Women In Business
    An Interview with the Editor in Chief of AGBeat, Lani Rosales
    11 June 2013

    Continuing in our tradition of profiling women business leaders, today marks the start of an interview series featuring female leaders who actively participate in the Women Grow Business community online and off. If you’d like to be featured, keep an eye on our column this June to find out how. Today’s featured Business Leader is Lani Rosales, Editor in Chief of AGBeat, who just yesterday was our featured guest expert for the monthly Women in Business chat. Read more…

      Can You Affect How Personal Tragedy Impacts Your Professional Life?
      Business, Lani Rosales, Women In Business
      Can You Affect How Personal Tragedy Impacts Your Professional Life?
      30 January 2013

      When tragedy strikes, it is so hard to navigate your personal life, let alone your professional life. But the world doesn’t stop, even when your world feels like it ended. I want to share my story with you, and how I recovered in my professional life after devastation in my personal life – what boundaries I set, how I reacted to others, and what I did poorly that I wish I had done better. Read more…

        Three sins every PR hack commits and how to fix them
        Business, Lani Rosales, Public Relations
        Three sins every PR hack commits and how to fix them
        29 November 2011

        My theory: Every single person in public relations has been handed down a mandate that they must connect with business writers, as well as companies, through Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and blogs. There’s nothing inherently wrong with the mandate, but superiors must have gotten together at a conference and decided gee, this Twitter is pretty neat, that will make it so easy for our PR reps to connect with others, a thought that has led to an emphasis on a higher quantity of connections. It’s no wonder that the  focus on quantity over quality  has led to the perception of a sloppy PR industry full of individuals that do little more than spam the world blindly. Read more…

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