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As much as we'd like to avoid it, recessions are inevitable from time to time. The is an old adgage that advertising was a bellwether for the economy, and it's proven to be true. Gini Dietrich is talking about how to weather the coming recession, and make sure you come out intact on the other end.
Happy 200th Episode! Fully recovered from moving house and Covid, Gini Dietrich is celebrating 200 episodes of the Spin Sucks Podcast with a hard hitting, no holds barred conversation with superfan and tough critic, Addie Dietrich.
Earned media is becoming harder and harder tog et with journalists and other gatekeepers, but is increasibly important to executive teams. Your pitches need to be on point, and this week on the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich is talking about how to do it.
Every now and then someone comes along and runs an absolutely epic scam. How people get away with it is baffling, and yet they do - and then sometimes people like to blame PR for at least some of the fallout. That is not necessarily fair - this week on the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich is talking about the role - and the responsibility, communications has when business owners are running scams.
Every really good PESO model based plan starts with owned content as the foundation. On this week's episosde of the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Deitrich is talking about the media you create that lives on an online property you own, and how you use the other elements of the model to distribute and promote it.
Starting any new project can be intimidating, but starting a huge new content project is even more so - getting traction is *hard* and it doesn't go quickly. On today's episode of the Spin Sucks Podcast Gini Dietrich is talking about how to make that process as fast and efficient as possible.
Shared media is one of the PESO model elemtents it's easy to be wrong about - often because we feel like we should be on a particular platform without having a solid strategic reason to back that up. Today on the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich is talking about how to make your social decisions strategically.
The changing media landscape means that it can be harder to get earned placements - but by thinking outside the box and considering different media properties and ways to contibute, you can get mentions for your company in a huge variety of places.
I always say that people buy from people, and if your clients are happy to buy from - and work with - the other people on your team, it is going to be much easier to scale. This week on the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich is talking about how and why to elevate your colleagues.
When you get a juicy media placement - how to you leverage it? Paid media is a great way to get more out of the mentions and attention you are getting by other means, and on today's episode of the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich is talking about how to do that using the CAB method.
While parts of the world are in crisis, it can be difficult for communicators and companies to know what they should be talking about and how. On this week's episode of the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich is talking about how to communicate your ESG efforts.
PR Pros Behaving Badly

PR Pros Behaving Badly

2022-03-0110:28

There's more than one reason to keep your nose clean as a communicator - but not everyone does. There are plenty of companys out there who seem to be doing their level-best to keep the reputation of the industry low. On this week's episode of the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich is talking about the importance of speaking the truth - and what can happen when we don't.
Sometimes, bad things happen, and how companies deal with employees going through bad things is a huge point of potential success or failure. Grief leadership is the skillset required to navigate these situations. This week on the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich is talking about how to do it, and what a difference it can make to your team.
Whether you're working for an agency, a non-profit or by yourself, you need a solid communciations plan to set expectations, define success and protect you from demands you can't (or shouldn't) meet. This week on the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Deitrich is talking about the strategies and tactics you need to create a plan that keeps everyone informed and happy.
You never know who you might run into - and who they might know! It's always good practice to treat other people the way you want to be treated, and that principle has potentially huge implications in your business, in your communications, and in your personal life. That's what Gini Dietrich is talking about on this week's episode of the Spin Sucks Podcast.
Sometimes we have times in our lives when we feel like we can do anything - we're creative powerhouses and nothing can stop us, and other times we feel like nothing will ever go right again. In this week's episode of Spin Sucks Gini Dietrich is talking about Hot Streaks - what they are and how you can have one in your career.
If you know what you know and what you don't know, you're doing pretty well - but do you ever think about where your knowledge and decisions are coming from, and if that information is inaccurate? That's what this week's replay episode is all about. Next week, Gini Dietrich will be back with a new episode of the Spin Sucks Podcast.
If change is low-risk, we tend to like it - but the higher the risk, the less open to it we are. This is a problem because things are constantly changing and to stay current, we need to keep ourselves open to the process and the outcomes. The answer to this is neuroplasticity - or how to unlearn what you think and what you know. That's what Gini is talking about on this week's episode of the Spin Sucks Podcast.
This week on the Spin Sucks Podcast, Gini Dietrich is digging into the result of the 2021 State of Business Podcasting Report from One Stone Creative, and what you can take away from it to start (or refine!) your podcast this year. Download a copy of the report at OneStoneCreative.net/Report2021.
To start 2022, we're replaying the popular year-opener from 2021, with a PESO model primer where Gini Dietrich talks about how we can use the PESO model to do more with the skills and talents we have available.
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