food marketing

Food Marketing Debate – Dinner for One

The consumer reality doesn’t always match the images that food delivery marketers project when promoting their services. Visions of family dinners around the table, along with larger gatherings of friends lifting a glass, don’t reflect the trend of single person dining. According to the Hartman Group’s Food and Beverage Occasions Compass data, almost 50 percent…

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Shared Media as Defined by Marketing Experts

Where Does Shared Media Fit In? They call it PESO. Paid. Earned. Owned. Shared. Let’s briefly define what we’re talking about: PAID – advertising, native advertising, SEM, etc. You’re paying to be seen or heard. It’s interruptive, but it works pretty well when done right. EARNED – when you see an article about your company…

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Can Your Clinical Trial Have a Voice on Social Media?

Today’s blog is a guest post from Daniella McCrorie, AXON Clinical Trial Services – enjoy!  With the recent release of Twitter’s new paid promotion policy for pharma, I got to thinking about clinical research awareness online. Specifically, regarding the importance of fair and balanced advertising. Being in this industry, we tend to lose sight of the awareness level…

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Management Corner: How to Keep Your Team Motivated

It’s Q4 and if you work at an agency, that means it’s chaotic. You’re wading through new business prospects and trying to serve your existing client base. Your clients are trying to sort through strategic planning, contract renewals and resetting expectations for the new year. You and your team need each other more than ever…

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Creative PR: 4 Idea Generation Techniques

In 1926, psychologist Graham Wallas outlined the basic creative process, which has been the overall framework for understanding and fostering creativity for almost a century. The Wallas process has four general stages: Preparation: loading up your mind to be creative Inspiration/Insight: the process of generating ideas Incubation: the process of refining and iterating ideas Verification: the process…

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7 Killer Tips to Become a Professional Vlogger

As public relations and marketing professionals, we are constantly thinking about what more we can do for our clients. We are looking at ways to make our clients better thought leaders or build new content for marketing purposes. Why not help some clients start a vlog? A vlogger is a profession where one creates a…

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Predictive Analytics in Action

Grounding process in a real-world example is one of the best ways to understand a new capability. Our recent series on predictive analytics shared a good deal of information on the why and the how of predictive’s benefits for PR. Our VP of Marketing Tech, Chris Penn, even detailed a theoretical example of how predictive…

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Bucking the Valley Startup Trend

A decade ago, if a startup company wasn’t in Silicon Valley it would struggle to secure media and investor attention. Today’s startups have an expanded, legitimate and thriving list of options on where to set their roots. A report from the Progressive Policy Institute earlier this year detailed how the startup economy has spread in…

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How to Analyze Conference Data For Marketing and PR

Conferences are amazing, rich sources of information; by their very nature, they bring an industry’s audience together in one location. One of the services we provide to clients is the ability to investigate a conference or event for marketing communications purposes. The Value of Conference Data What happens when we bring a crowd of like-minded…

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No News, No Problem: How to Keep a Steady Media Relations Drumbeat

Last week: Hired a former internet prodigy as CTO. This week: Launching a first-of-its-kind product. Next week: Announcing $100 billion funding round. This caliber (and frequency) of announcements are what PR dreams are made of. But, in reality, we understand that a company’s news cycle ebbs and flows. A product launch date shifts, an acquisition…

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