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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...

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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...

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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
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Content Marketing Tips: Why Repurposing Is a Real PR Content Strategy

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

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Three Easy Ways to Improve your Reputation Management Planning

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

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Doing Well vs. Doing Good: The Consumer Psychology Behind Favoring the Underdog

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