March 11, 2022 0 Comments

60: Jay Jay - Best Practices in Personal Branding for PR Pros

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Hosts April and Laura are joined this week by Jay Jay, founder of the Ace of Spades PR and social media agency. He’s here to share his professional journey from world-class magician to accomplished agency owner, including advice for entrepreneurs, common branding blunders and an inside scoop on how to best position your application for Instagram verification. April and Laura also weigh in on the factors at play in Joe Rogan’s recent clash with Spotify, and offer advice for business leaders seeking to build a healthy and vibrant workplace culture. This week’s Anonymous PR Horror Story comes from a listener whose top-tier media placement fell flat — in the middle of a strategy dispute between client contacts. 

Read the PR News of the Week here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/edwardsegal/2022/01/30/how-spotify-is-responding-to-their-unfolding-crisis/?traffic_source=Connatix&sh=41913ecf5d71

Learn more about Jay’s work here: https://aceofspadesagency.com/ 

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