Using contact forms on your website or social media autoresponders can seem to make sense for your business. Not only does it save time, it can also help you separate window shoppers from people who are genuinely interested in working with you.
But when it comes to PR, these kind of strategies can be bad news for your business. In this podcast episode, I explain why.
Here’s what I cover in this episode:
- How using contact forms on your website can reduce your chances of media coverage
- Why Twitter autoresponders can be a turn-off for journalists (and potential clients)
- What using email autoresponders tells people about you and your business
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