CHICAGO, June 10, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- To succeed, PR professionals must be masters at their craft.
They must target their audiences and deliver their messages in a creative, exciting and artful way.
This task has become increasingly complicated and more important in today's digital age. It's high time to give credit to the digital PR work that stands heads above the rest.
Now there's a way.
Ragan Communications is calling for PR pros to test themselves against the best in the business in PR Daily's 2013 Digital PR Awards.
Brands and individuals around the world have the chance to raise their profiles, catch the attention of business prospects and win bragging rights with their cutting edge work in digital PR. The final deadline to enter is June 21, 2013.
"So much of our industry has been transformed by digital technology," says Mark Ragan, CEO at Ragan Communications. "We as communicators must keep pushing ourselves to create new, bigger and better ideas. After the success of last year's program, we are all excited to be wowed by this year's entries!"
This year's program will showcase the best PR work for digital media. Blogs, websites, mobile apps, infographics and video—we've got categories for all of these and more.
These awards are open to in-house and agency marketing and public relations practitioners in the corporate, nonprofit and government sectors. Enter your work, the work of your team or submit entries on behalf of your client.
What work qualifies? Work done between January 1, 2012 and June 21, 2013.
In addition to trophies, the winners will receive worldwide publicity in a special edition of PRDaily.com, read by more than 1 million visitors every month. The winner of each category will receive a voucher for a free registration at any Ragan conference, event or training workshop in 2013 or 2014.
The person or team that takes away the Grand Prize -- Digital PR Campaign of the Year -- will also receive a one-year membership to Ragan Training -- a premium online training library featuring hundreds of hours of the very best content from Ragan events. Find out more about the site here: http://ragantraining.com/
For questions about the awards and eligibility, contact Ragan's Award Programs Manager, Tyler Landry. Reach him at 312.960.4167 or email him at tylerl(at)ragan(dot)com.
Those interested in sponsoring the Ragan and PR Daily awards may contact Staci Diamond-King at 312.960.4671 or email her at stacid(at)ragan(dot)com.
Source:Lawrence Ragan Communications, Inc.