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GDPR Primer for Marketing and Public Relations

Marketers, advertisers, and public relations professionals are ill-informed and ill-equipped to manage the largest change in data and privacy in the last 20 years: GDPR. What is GDPR? GDPR, the General Data Protection Regulation, is an EU regulation which strengthens data protection and privacy for EU citizens and the companies they do business with. GDPR…

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health information technology

HIMSS BrandHIT Preview: What’s New in Healthcare IT Marketing

Healthcare IT marketing is one of the hottest, fastest growing industries in the world as digital health, precision medicine, and artificial intelligence meet traditional healthcare. What’s new in healthcare IT marketing? This Wednesday kicks off the BrandHIT Marketing Summit in Vegas, a two-day HIMSS event where attendees will discover what’s next in the health information…

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Connecting PR To Business Results

One of the most common requests I’ve received in my work in public relations is, “how do we connect our public relations efforts to business results?”. This question – and its many variations – is a disguise for a much simpler question: How does PR help me make money / not get fired? Public relations…

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The Thrill of Solving: Alteryx Inspire 2017

In a whirlwind two days in Las Vegas, I reaffirmed my belief in the future of analytics and its potential to change businesses for the better. I attended Alteryx Inspire 2017, a client of SHIFT Communications, to see what one of the leading business intelligence and data analytics companies in the world was up to.…

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How to choose a martech stack

How to Choose a Marketing Technology Stack, Part 7 of 7: The Future

In this series, we’ll unpack our marketing technology deployment strategy. We’ll learn how to properly plan a marketing technology stack rollout, develop a sensible governance model, examine what could go wrong, and succeed on the first try rather than patch and duct tape a disaster repeatedly. Part 7: The Future of Marketing Technology and Project…

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machine learning

The Role of Machine Learning in Public Relations

Don’t miss all the great posts on our partner network, NATIONAL PR’s Bold Thinking blog, where this post originally appeared. Machine learning is already transforming industries around the world, offering significant cost savings and efficiency gains, while opening up new opportunities for forward-thinking companies to leapfrog competitors. How will machine learning affect the public relations…

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ibm vision

IBM Vision: The Future of AI and Public Relations

I had the pleasure and privilege of attending IBM Vision 2017 as a guest of IBM Analytics. Over three days, we explored the future of analytics and artificial intelligence, from understanding where we are in the evolution of analytics to seeing the cutting edge of how AI will impact every industry. Let’s look at some…

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Marketing Technology Conference: MarTech SF 2017 In Review

I had the opportunity and privilege to speak at this year’s MarTech SF, the marketing technology conference, and wanted to share some of the highlights and takeaways from the show. MarTech is the marketing technology industry’s premier conference, where our industry goes to talk shop about what’s next. The Mega Landscape The conference kicked off…

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State of Social Q1 2017: Snapchat Reveals Little, Saturated Already?

Snapchat, the shiniest new object in social media (at least as far as publicly-traded companies go), held its first earnings call since its initial public offering (IPO). User Growth Snapchat reports its userbase by quarterly averaged daily active users, meaning the number of users who are active daily on average throughout the quarter. What we…

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How to choose a martech stack

How to Choose a Marketing Technology Stack, Part 6 of 7: Common Errors

In this series, we’ll unpack our marketing technology deployment strategy. We’ll learn how to properly plan a marketing technology stack rollout, develop a sensible governance model, examine what could go wrong, and succeed on the first try rather than patch and duct tape a disaster repeatedly. Part 6: Four Common Marketing Technology Deployment Errors Marketing…

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