Using case histories, tips from his own experience, and an all-important list of start-up contacts, Michael Levine passes his expert advice to anyone - whether it's a director of a free clinic, a manager of a local rock band, or a junior member of a law firm trying to climb the corporate ladder - who wants quick and ingenious methods to bridge the gap between the message and the public.
©2009 Michael Levine; (P)2009 Phoenix
"In an entertaining yet intriguing manner, Levine puts forth a cogent, concise work that is spattered with snappy 'true-life' examples of traditional and nontraditional public relations activities. Chapters include sections called 'Tips and Traps', which list practical PR advice ranging from how to handle the press to speechmaking to giving successful parties and the effective use of photos - just to name a few." (Library Journal)
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