Subcontractors, Gaining Client Trust and Oh No, Not That!

iStock_000008871059SmallWhat’s a savvy solo independent pro to do when a client goes way off script during a media interview? Read this week’s transcript to find out! During the April 2 #solopr Twitter chat this question and the following topics of interest were vigorously discussed by independent communication pros across the country:

  1. How do you communicate your use of subcontractors to your clients? What if they won’t interface directly? #solopr
  2. Do you separate out subs on invoices, time detail? Show diff rates, etc.? #solopr
  3. How do you gain client trust, gently correcting, when they’re resisting best practice advice? #solopr
  4. If your client starts going off message during a media interview, how do you handle? #solopr

Be sure to check out the transcript in PDF for the full discussion. If you weren’t able to join us this week, weigh in on the chat questions below!

The #solopr chat – held each Wednesday from 1-2 p.m. Eastern – is a weekly ritual for some of the savviest PR pros on Twitter.  Anyone with a Twitter account is welcome to participate. If you’re looking for immediate answers to your questions and real-time access to wisdom from veteran pros, join us as a  Premium member of Solo PR Pro – our private Facebook group is available 24/7.

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