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2017 in PR, analytics platforms, data-infused PR, InkHouse, Marketing, Pr, PR audio, PR storytelling, PR trends, Public relations, quality journalism, Samantha McGarry

Three More PR Trends to Watch in 2017

By Samantha McGarry, Senior Vice President, InkHouse One of the things I find most thrilling most about working in public relations is there’s never a dull day. This is an industry that surges forward, driven by business goals, digital innovation, the nuances …
2017 PR trends, fake news, influencers, Marketing, marketing campaigns, Maura FitzGerald, Pr, PR civility, PR content, PR predictions, PR video, Public relations, Version 2.0 Communications

PR Predictions (and a Plea) for 2017

By Maura FitzGerald, Co-Founder and Partner, Version 2.0 Communications The pundits and their predictions were often proven wrong as the events of 2016 unfolded. In the Chinese zodiac, 2016 was the year of the monkey, that mischievous little animal that loves to …
2017 trends, chatbots, digital disruption, engagement technologies, immersion tech, insight technologies, Liane O’Neill, Marketing, Pr, PR trends, Public relations, support technologies, tech PR, Telehealth, The Abbi Agency

Tech PR Trends on the Horizon—What to Expect in 2017

By Liane O’Neill, Junior Account Executive, The Abbi Agency Self-driving cars share our lanes, virtual reality takes us to a place beyond the present, drones are delivering Slurpees and over-the-counter medicines, Elon Musk and friends have perfected vertical rocket landings. In 2016 …
Agility Enterprise, Agility PR Solutions, automated monitoring, Marcus Kaulback, Marketing, Media monitoring, Pr, Public relations

The Trouble With Media Monitoring

By Marcus Kaulback, Agility PR Solutions As a field, as a science, media monitoring and measurement has never been more sophisticated than it is now. The benefits of listening, and then learning from the results, have been clearly established. Yet, as an …

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Trends in Small Business Marketing: Less Than Half Small Biz Owners Surveyed Have Devised a Formal Marketing Plan

Though marketing is key to attracting new customers and retaining loyal...

Diversity, Institute for Public Relations, Marketing, Millennial communications pros, Millennial values, Millennials in the workplace, Plank Center for Leadership in Public Relations, Pr, Public relations, Social responsibility, Transparency
Workplace PR: Millennial PR Pros and Their Managers Differ in Perceptions of Workplace Factors, Values and Attributes

Millennials are often criticized for the different values, qualities and skills...

advertising expectations, brand marketers, customized ads, Duncan Southgate, Gen Z challenges, immediate gratification, Kantar Millward Brown, Marketing, on-demand world, Pr, Public relations, response to advertising
Brand Communicators, Get Ready: Gen Z Is Growing Up—And They’re More Challenging than Millennials

This Immediate-Gratification Generation Is Savvier & More Difficult to Engage A...

Thought Leaders On Deadline
content ideation, content is king, content makeover, Content marketing, Content strategy, digital PR, Hallam Internet, Ken Scott, Marketing, Pr, PR content, Public relations, repurposing content
Content Marketing Tips: Why Repurposing Is a Real PR Content Strategy

By Ken Scott, Digital PR Executive, Hallam Internet Limited “Content is...

Allison Schroeder, brand assaults, brand building, Crisis communications, Marketing, Pomme Communications, Pr, Public relations, Reputation management, reputation planning
Three Easy Ways to Improve your Reputation Management Planning

Why this is so much more than crisis communications—and how you...

Amna Kirmani, consumer psychology, doing well vs. doing good, favoring the underdog, Marketing, McDonough School of Business, Pr, Public relations, Rebecca Hamiltonm Debora Thompson, Robert H. Smith School of Business
Doing Well vs. Doing Good: The Consumer Psychology Behind Favoring the Underdog

By Rebecca Hamilton & Debora Thompson, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of...