According to the recent Cision 2017 Global Social Journalism Study, many journalists are ambivalent about the PR profession. The study reveals that there are segments of journalists that have very positive views about how PR professionals do their work.
At some point in your life, you may have had to “define the relationship” with someone. It’s that critical, yet sometimes awkward, point in the relationship where two people sit down and ask, “What are we?” Chances are, you haven’t given this a second thought when it comes to your newswire provider.
According to the recent Cision 2017 Global Social Journalism Study, among journalists, there are six distinct types of social media users. These personas impact the way journalists view social media as a tool of their trade.
In the first of a series of videos, Jay Baer, founder of Convince & Convert and New York Times best-selling author shares his thoughts on the Cision 2017 Global Journalism Study. For this first video, Baer asks and answers the important question — Is social media and journalism linked?
According to the recent Cision 2017 Global Social Journalism Study, a majority of journalists believe that fake news is a problem that social media may perpetuate. We look at ways for PR professionals and marketers to overcome this mistrust.
Refreshing your corporate image is sometimes necessary to inject fresh energy into your brand, as well as get people to see it with renewed interest. But you should never refresh your corporate image just for the sake of doing so without careful research.
When it’s your responsibility to maximize your news coverage so your stock price can accurately reflect your company’s value, every audience counts.
You probably send out press releases when you have to – “checking the box” for corporate disclosure or crisis management. But there are lots of reasons your company wants to get its story out. A well-crafted press release can do just that.
The marketing industry moves quickly, making it ripe for misguided fads. Influencer marketing, for instance, is all the rage now, with brands adopting the celebrity endorsement strategy for the age of social media by contracting online personalities to help extend their company’s reach.
With nearly 91 percent of people saying advertisements are more intrusive today than they were two years ago, earned media or word-of-mouth approach provides an excellent opportunity to improve conversion rates and generate sales.