Everyone who sits at a poker table puts on a poker face. That’s not to say players try to look as blank as possible — in many cases, it’s quite the opposite. By adopting a specific persona, players encourage their competitors to make decisions on the basis of that attitude.
Transparency is key when it comes to successful marketing. A 2016 study from Label Insight reveals that nearly 40 percent of consumers […]
If you’re not seeing returns from your micro-influencers or brand ambassadors, it’s likely that your brand is doing something wrong.
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.
There’s a new trend in the creative world — more companies are building their own in-house teams for a range of creative work that used to be assigned to external agencies.
Analytics has opened up an entirely new world to marketers, sending many down the data rabbit hole. The numbers seemingly tell us what does and doesn’t work, but these metrics only answer a yes or no question: Are people engaging?
What’s missing is the why behind consumers interacting with a piece of content.
Could cross-channel reporting usher in a new way of doing PR measurement in the digital era? Read on to find out.
Here are five highly important tenants of good PR that should help everyone use any media database more effectively and ensure that the relationship between comms professionals and influencers is mutually beneficial.
Cision, CMO, Chris Lynch discusses the Opportunity for Communicators: Insights on Social Journalism in a new video.
Of the three pillars of the marketer’s media mix — paid, owned and earned — earned media can be the most challenging to measure.
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.
As the digital realm expands and becomes increasingly complex, many modern-day marketing departments are dividing themselves into multiple specialized teams.
One of the roles of a good leader of a multinational company is to help build and maintain a global brand, as well as unify company culture. It’s no easy task — trust me.
As an executive, it isn’t your responsibility alone to ensure that your brand is recognized as a leader in its industry, but it is a continuous effort and an exciting journey.
In a recent interview, Steve Barrett, Editor-in-Chief of PRWeek sat down with Cision CEO, Kevin Akeroyd to talk about the future of PR, communications and the technology that will move the industry forward.
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.
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