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social media • September 21, 2020

How (And Why) PR Pros Should Use TikTok

There’s a new social media app taking the world by storm. It’s called TikTok. Ever heard of it?  Seriously, TikTok has been on the PR radar for a long time, and most recently it made news for different reasons. Media interest peaked over the weekend with reports that a deal involving TikTok, Oracle and Wal-Mart […]

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social media • September 2, 2020

Newsletters Every PR Pro Should Subscribe To

Every good PR person has the same best friend – email. In the business of public relations, email is essential for communicating with partners, journalists and future clients. We’re not alone in this, but in the communication business, email still reigns supreme. It keeps us up-to-date on meetings, client communications and industry changes. In fact, […]

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social media • August 25, 2020

The Myth Of The Social CEO

For business leaders, the rise of social media has powered a shift from public relations to public engagement. And most CEOs acknowledge the benefits of social engagement for their personal and corporate brands. Or do they? Only 39% of Fortune 500 CEOs have a social profile, and most who are active on social media use […]

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social media • June 22, 2020

Why B2B Brands Should Be Active on Social Media

As most PR agencies know, social media is not just for B2C companies anymore. The B2B landscape is changing, especially for technology brands. B2B tech companies typically deal with sophisticated and knowledgeable customers. They’re under pressure to differentiate their brand communications to reach high-priority audiences in more thoughtful and effective ways. With the help of […]

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social media • May 20, 2020

A Guide To Top Apps For PR Pros

Public relations pros and others are always looking for ways to stay connected now that in-person interaction is paused. In our business, we’re fairly glued to our mobile devices because we need to be accessible to both journalists and clients.   On average, mobile device users have about somewhere between 60 to 90 apps on a […]

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