With all the hard work that you’ve put into your marketing and public relations efforts, you want to make sure it is worth it. Measuring public relations efforts can be a tricky and historically has been a sore subject for professionals. It’s hard to quantitatively measure the worth of “good feelings.” But there are many aspects of PR that can, and should, be measured with numbers. With all the readily ...Continue Reading → Share
With all the changes in technology and culture in the past 10-15 years it’s no wonder that the face of PR is also adapting. In that time we’ve managed to introduce social media, which has exploded, shift from traditional media consumption to more digital and mobile screens, the presence of online media outlets has exponentially increased and even traditional media itself has morphed to meet the needs ...Continue Reading → Share
Marketing your business can be overwhelming if you don’t have a plan, but it is one of the most important things you can do to move forward in your business. There are a few key tips that can help you make the most of your marketing and make it really work for you.
Tip 1- Do your research: One of the best first steps you can take to making ...Continue Reading → Share
Google recently changed their search algorithm–no surprise there. However, after demoting the search value of press releases in the past year or so, they seem to have reversed course–again. PRSA reports that press releases can now appear in search results for news about a company. This puts news postings on PRNewswire, BusinessWire, or PRWeb back in the search results value column. Thanks Google.
Ever thought it would be cool to Tweet live video streams? With Meerkat, that day can be ...Continue Reading → Share
Every year we all look forward to the Holidays. Whether it’s because of the food, fun, or just the occasional reprieve from work, the holidays are generally anticipated by most – and holidays can be a gold mine for your business if you leverage them correctly. There are many different ways that you can make the most of the holidays, especially ones you didn’t know about! For example, if you are a cupcakery and you aren’t taki Continue Reading → Share
The art of visual storytelling is seeing a huge rise in popularity. But you must use it correctly for it to be effective. Think about the last time you read a book. What made it good? No matter what medium you are using be it visual, audio, written word or what-have-you they all bring to mind images. Visuals are a powerful tool. The visual element of today’s ...Continue Reading → Share
Last month the Wall Street Journal announced it was making changes to their print edition. Among the visible changes, their most popular section, Marketplace, is now called Business & Tech. The change was made to reflect the overall changes in the business world, and how “tech is permeating every industry.” And if the Wall Street Journal revising their headline is not enough of a signal to you, let ...Continue Reading → Share
Press releases can be a controversial topic in the marketing/pr world today. As we’ve shared before, we think the press release has managed to remain a cornerstone for PR professionals in an ever-changing field. There are certain formats and rules to follow when constructing a press release yes, but what you do beyond those formatting quirks can completely change the game for your organization or leave it in ...Continue Reading → Share
It’s no secret that we love being a Utah business! (Have you seen our 20 reasons we love Utah post?) One of the best things about being snuggled in the silicon slopes is the awesome neighbors we get to see and hear about on a daily basis. We’ve picked our favorite ten businesses to spotlight this week. All of these companies have employed some impressive marketing techniques from community ...Continue Reading → Share
At the end of 2014, Facebook announced that it had an empathy team to help its employees and advertisers realize that the social media sites users’ are actual human beings. Facebook’s director of product design, Margaret Gould Stewart, said, “It’s kind of arrogant to think that the only reason that people exist is to use what you built. They actually have lives, like, outside ...Continue Reading → Share