January 02, 2019
Comms Best Practices
/ by Tony Hardman
What a great year we had in 2018! Looking back at some of the top posts on the Cision blog we find that our readers were most interested in learning how to target the right influencers, measure the value of PR, what the future holds for AI in PR, how to write better press releases and more. Without further ado, check out the top 10 Cision posts of 2018.
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When it comes to competing for marketing budget and resources, marketing leaders expect to compete on “a level playing field” and yet that has not been the case for senior PR/comms managers. When PR managers compete for budget, resources and recognition for their earned media activity against colleagues representing paid and owned media — the field is slanted against PR.
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In a highly-shared article on The Atlantic recently, senior editor Derek Thompson suggested that struggling media organizations have only one option. Instead of “pivoting” like a startup towards new forms of advertising, or new storytelling formats like video, they should be pivoting back to the one thing that really matters — their readers.
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