In episode ten of the Dear BAMf podcast, Lindsay Amos drops some serious marketing and PR knowledge. Lindsay is the Director of Communications at Y Combinator, a venture capital firm providing seed funding to thousands of startups across the globe. She creates and manages a number of marketing strategies advancing company narratives in the down-cycles between launches. With expert knowledge in all things marketing, Lindsay shared some helpful advice on things to be aware of when looking to hire a PR agency:
What's your advice on vetting a PR agency? There are so many, and I'm cautious about making the wrong choice, as the final decision is up to me. I've worked with two others in the past that I really enjoyed, but now I'm the CMO of a startup that's not really a fit for my former agencies. Is an RFP even worth doing?
Listen now to hear Lindsay's perspective on RFPs and how utilizing your network can start connections to some great agencies. In the episode, she outlines the steps to take to narrow down your choices and pick the best fit for your company.
We are all BAMfs (badass motherf*ckers) according to us, but sometimes even BAMfs need help. Dear BAMf is an advice column-style podcast that lets you anonymously hit us with your hardest marketing and PR questions hosted by Founder & CEO of BAM Communications, Beck Bamberger.
Have a difficult PR or marketing situation you can't figure out? Drop us a line at Dear BAMf. Your submission will be entirely anonymous.
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