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Learn how to earn brand recognition and encourage new leads through PR.
Attracting public attention is one thing, but maintaining it — let alone in a positive manner — is another.
To survive in the cut-throat marketing world, brands must understand how to stand out. However, it’s also vital to reach a level of visibility that withstands the test of time, no matter what trends come and go along the way.
Boosting brand visibility has always been a cornerstone of marketing strategy. However, as the global market grows more saturated, this goal becomes increasingly challenging.
Real-world examples and tips to create attention-grabbing headlines that will secure media pickup.
A strong, attention-grabbing headline is critical for a press release to achieve its purpose of securing media coverage. With journalists receiving hundreds of releases daily, standing out among the crowded media landscape is challenging but possible.
When used responsibly, AI can be a valuable tool in agency work.
While the industry is only beginning to understand and study AI benefits, the opportunities are promising. We foresee new creative possibilities, deeper analysis, more robust research, better content optimization, bigger ROI in original thought leadership content, and more. Likewise, we want your company to benefit safely and wisely.
Topics: artificial intelligence
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New advances in AI are transforming PR workflows and outcomes.
A recent study by Muck Rack reveals some interesting insights into how artificial intelligence is beginning to transform public relations workflows. While AI is still in the early stages of adoption, it's clear there is growing interest among PR professionals to incorporate these advanced tools into their process.
In this solocast, On Top of PR host Jason Mudd discusses why time is of the essence. Media relations requires quick responses because reporters are typically on deadline, therefore Jason goes into depth about how you can be more timely and responsive to journalists' inquiries.
Tune in to learn more!
A study shows journalists are increasingly overwhelmed with pitches and media requests in an era of dwindling newsrooms.
A new report from Propel, a public relations software company, shows journalists are responding to fewer pitches than ever before, continuing a concerning downward trend.
Targeting, personalization, captivating pitches, and relationship building are key for earning media coverage.
Sending out a news release is a common practice companies and organizations use to earn media coverage. Sending a release out over the wire doesn't guarantee you'll get journalists to cover your story, but there is a method to the madness. Follow these four best practices to improve your chances of turning your release into earned media coverage.
The average American spends over two hours a day on social media. How many 30-second videos have you scrolled through on social media today? If you use the popular social media platforms, we’d guess likely over 200.
Short-form videos are taking over social media. YouTube and TikTok started this short-form video phenomenon, which soon expanded with Instagram Reels. Who knows what’s next? Regardless, it's clear that short-form videos are here to stay and are as important as ever. It might be time to learn more about them!
Solo Stove and Snoop Dogg’s $60 million successful partnership proves strategic influencer marketing creates viral moments and quantifiable value.
American rap icon Snoop Dogg set the internet ablaze in late November, announcing he was "giving up smoke." Known widely for his love of cannabis, Snoop's statement sent shockwaves across social media. Cannabis company stocks took a hit as investors feared the implications of Snoop's brand moving away from weed.