If you have strong, longtime relationships in your community; excellent writing and communication skills; a creative, entrepreneurial spirit; a friendly, professional demeanor; a love and concern for business, commerce, the economy, and your community; and a desire and need to care for your family and home while having an esteemed career, PR consulting and our Your Public Is Waiting™ franchise may be a dream come true for you.
We began our business in the year 2000. Joy had just graduated from Pepperdine University with a degree in public relations and had done some in-house work in a public relations firm as well as some PR consulting on her own. Jenny had been in the workforce for 10 years doing advertising, fundraising, and public relations. The year before Joy graduated from college, she began interning with Jenny, and we quickly realized that we were a great team, both professionally and personally. And so, Fujita & Miura Public Relations (FMPR) was born.
Do you want to work from home as a PR consultant, own a lucrative business, and maintain independence and flexibility in your professional life? The Your Public Is Waiting™PR consulting franchise, created by an award-winning firm with over 14 years of successful PR consulting experience, may be the opportunity for you!
When we first started our company, we dreamed of owning a business that allowed us to work from home, have flexible time for our families, and be held in high regard in our community. For more than 16 years, we have molded our business into a thriving entity that has enhanced both our professional and personal lives. In fact, we were awarded the U.S. Small Business Administration Home-Based Business Champion of the Year in 2006. If this is a lifestyle that you are interested in pursuing, we want to help you achieve it. Join our elite network of professionals. Become a PR consultant today. Because your public is waiting.
There are so many social media options these days, though for professionals, few have the benefits of LinkedIn, without the downsides.
LinkedIn started out in the living room of co-founder Reid Hoffman in 2002 and the site officially launched in 2003. At the end of the first month in operation, LinkedIn had a total of 4,500 members in the network. As of February 2012, LinkedIn operates the world’s largest professional network on the Internet with more than 150 million members in over 200 countries and territories. To us, this makes having a LinkedIn profile as basic as being a member of your local Chamber of Commerce.
We “like” The Right Slice. On Facebook. And otherwise. The company makes deep dish pies with hand-rolled butter crusts filled to the brim with local Kaua`i ingredients. They’ve got a nice website and are astute in their social media interaction. Recently, they placed an offer on their Facebook page asking for “volunteers” to test a bake-at-home pie and provide feedback about their experience.
There inevitably comes a time in every client interaction in which we recommend that they create a fact sheet, also known as an information paper or white paper. The fact sheet is one of the most simple, effective pieces of corporate communication. Why? Here are five good reasons.
(1) Fact sheets are short. The rule of thumb is to keep a fact sheet to one page. One page is all you need to communicate the key messages about your company or one of your company’s products, services or issues. One page is also all that people will read. No one has the time or wants to read long content. If your fact sheet is bleeding over to two pages, revise it and revise it again until it’s one page. Take out all unnecessary points and words. If you’re finding it impossible to get your fact sheet to one page, chances are good that you need another fact sheet to tackle a portion of the information. Whatever you do, don’t make the font miniscule to pare down the text.