In this video, Baer tackles the issue of why earned media continually takes a backseat to paid and owned media. He also discusses why this is happening and hints at the solution. Jay Baer Asks — Is Earned Media a Second-Class Marketing Citizen?
The concept of “fake news” is anything but novel. In the 1890s, it was called yellow journalism and was a tactic designed by greedy newspaper publishers to sell more newspapers using scandalous (and not necessarily true) headlines.
In this video, Baer asks and answers the question — Are PR professionals still an asset to journalists?
Cision, CMO, Chris Lynch discusses the Opportunity for Communicators: Insights on Social Journalism in a new video.
Jay Baer, founder of Convince & Convert and New York Times bestselling author asks and answers the question — Is Journalism About Building an Audience or Building a Community?
Of the three pillars of the marketer’s media mix — paid, owned and earned — earned media can be the most challenging to measure.
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.
As the digital realm expands and becomes increasingly complex, many modern-day marketing departments are dividing themselves into multiple specialized teams.
Over the last few years, particularly with the onset of social media, emotional reactions from consumers have changed the face of public relations. People have started to react much more strongly to different types of information. Emotional intelligence drives consumer culture which influences your business strategy.
Big data is behind many of the greatest technological breakthroughs of the 21st Century. Data transforms industries by uncovering new opportunities and enabling data-driven decision making, leading to better outcomes.
Communication professionals face increasing challenges in delivering successful programs due to the fragmentation of media, growing power of social influencers and rising consumer distrust of traditional media. The communications world is growing more complex, yet, the opportunity for communications professionals armed with data is actually growing.
As a freshman marketing major in college, finding an internship was not easy. With little experience and only core classes completed, I was on the lower end of recruiters’ selections. For me, however, I knew that I wanted to do more with my summer.
From the vantage point of the C-Suite, we tend to assess our brand’s success based on financials. When money’s coming in, we’re happy. When it’s trickling in, we start asking for answers. But there’s one aspect of your business that I’d encourage you to pay more attention to — brand situational awareness.