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How to start a blog and keep it fun

Blogging doesn’t have to be boring

You’ve seen the word popping up everywhere on the internet. Companies run them; some people have their own. The fact of the matter is that blogs are where it’s at. Why’s that? What value do blogs add to your company? According to HubSpot, 56 percent of companies that blog get customers from blogging.

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Topics: Blog, Inbound Marketing, Owned media

What to do when your CEO is arrested for prostitution

Prepare your company for every type of crisis


What were they thinking? Men (and women) behaving badly is a situation that causes more than incredulousness when it involves people in positions of power crossing moral and ethical lines.

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Topics: Crisis Communications, CEO

When it comes to punctuation, the AP Stylebook gets this wrong

The apostrophe: Elementary, my dear


What are the two most constant lessons every American learns in the third grade – the lessons that you can expect to stay with you forever because they are hard and fast rules for life, always true?

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Topics: Copy Editing

How to measure blogging efforts

Blogging is a great way to attract visitors to your website and convert them into customers. It’s also great for SEO and positions your company as a thought-leader in its industry. How do you know your blogging efforts are working? Hopefully, you’re measuring certain figures, like blog views and blog subscribers.

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Topics: Blog, Measurement, Owned media

3 ways to protect your company’s website from ‘click-by’ lawsuits

You may have heard of drive-by lawsuits or watched a segment about them on “60 Minutes.” Attorneys and their clients target stores, hotels, restaurants, etc. that are inaccessible, which violates the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). These people have never been customers of these establishments. They simply drive by or search locations via Google Earth and Google Maps (Google lawsuits), looking for ways to sue due to a building’s inaccessibility or lack of required accessibility equipment, like a pool lift.

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Topics: Web Design & Development, Owned media

7 principles of measuring public relations

At Axia Public Relations, we have seven principles for how we measure PR and a four-level measurement approach that provides the true impact to your organization. This approach includes setting SMART objectives and using communication methods to move your target audiences down the PR measurement funnel to the impacts stage where they’ll take action.

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Topics: Public Relations, Measurement, Earned media

3 easy tips for writing the best blog post ever

How to get more leads and increase conversion through blogging

Blogging is one of the best ways to attract more traffic to your website. Creating interesting, useful blog posts has become a part of any successful content marketing strategy. Why? When you write new blog posts, you update your company’s website.

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Topics: SEO, Blog, Owned media

3 reasons inbound marketing is the best way to grow your company

Why your company should utilize inbound marketing

The concept of inbound marketing isn’t new to most of us. It’s been around for a while and many people associate it with successful marketing.

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Topics: Inbound Marketing, Owned media

3 industry secrets PR professionals never share

How to grow your company’s visibility

Public relations is an extremely effective way to promote your company. A well-executed PR campaign attracts your target audience and converts those prospects into loyal customers.

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Topics: Public Relations, PR Tips, Inbound Marketing, Shared Media, Earned media, Owned media

Increase meaningful social reach by boosting posts

Social media management is one of the many services Axia Public Relations offers its clients. And because social media constantly changes, our recommendations change as well. Where we once focused on vanity metrics (data on followers, likes, comments, and shares), now, since Facebook only shows about 2 percent of a company’s social media posts to those who like their page, we recommend our clients focus on boosting more posts.

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Topics: Shared Media

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