Category Archive for: Data

Digital Marketing Courses

5 Free Digital Marketing Courses Every Marketer Should Take

We’ve all heard it before – take this course and advance your SEO strategy, it only costs $499 and it’s a limited time offer. Now, we may be asking ourselves, “Is it worth investing my money into this course?” Unless the person offering the course uncovered Google’s algorithm, I’d say no, probably not. However, there…

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Airbnb

Making Data-Driven Airbnb Reservations

There are two groups of people when it comes to decision making: those who make decisions based on fact and those who make decisions based on emotion. While selecting an Airbnb based on emotion might sound appropriate – Let’s stay here. Look at the built-in bookshelves and natural light, this place is dreamy! – there…

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breaching 140 whos using twitters 280 characters

Breaching 140: Who’s Using Twitter’s 280 Characters?

On September 26, 2017, Twitter surprised its users by announcing that certain users would have their tweet character limits doubled, from 140 characters to 280 characters. This beta test was to determine whether users wanted the increased characters. After the beta, Twitter rolled out 280-character tweets to all users. Naturally, as one of the first-ever…

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How To Reach Top-Tier Influencers on PR Budgets

An astonishing amount of mindshare has been devoted to influencer marketing this year. Interest in influencer marketing is at all-time highs, and based on Google searches for the topic, there’s little indication that interest will flag. However, for public relations practitioners, influencer marketing poses significant challenges, such as: Cost: influencer marketing costs reach into 7-figures…

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predictive analytics in pr

{PR}edict: Predictive Analytics and the Future of PR, Part 3

In the last post, we reviewed the necessary ingredients to make successful predictions: good data. We defined good data as clean, compatible, and chosen well. Let’s next look at a predictive analytics example every PR practitioner will benefit from. Matching Customer Behavior to Public Relations The purpose of public relations is to generate awareness and…

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predictive analytics in pr

{PR}edict: Predictive Analytics and the Future of PR, Part 2

In the last post, we introduced the idea of predictive analytics in public relations. Public relations would benefit strongly from predictive analytics, forecasting communications needs in advance. The foundation of predictive analytics is one familiar to modern PR practitioners: data. What Data Do We Need for Predictive Analytics? To make accurate predictions, we need data…

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The Data-Driven Now That’s What I Call Music! Guide

This post is a collaboration between trendy, very stylish Millennial marketing analyst Nick Patterson and grumpy old GenXer Christopher Penn. NP: Who remembers the good ole days of taking a trip to the local F.Y.E., snagging the latest and greatest version of the Now That’s What I Call Music! CD, and popping that puppy in…

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Data-Driven Survival: Titanic Edition

“Mr. Andrews, forgive me. I did the sum in my head and with the number of lifeboats times the capacity you mentioned, forgive me, but it seems that there are not enough for everyone aboard.” – Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater in Titanic According to Wikipedia, there were approximately 1,317 passengers and 900 crew…

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owned content

Owned Content: Calculating Success

Owned content. From blog posts to white papers, most companies create some form of owned content but not all are utilizing it to its fullest potential – or even know how it performs on its own. Given owned content can leave lasting impressions and expand your company’s reach through social sharing, having engaging and insightful…

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pr crisis

Predicting a PR Crisis: Shark Week Case Study, Part 5

Welcome to the conclusion of our five-part Shark Week crisis communications case study! Before checking out the fin (get it? ‘Fin’ has a double meaning because, well, never mind…) read part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4. Enjoy! At long last, the day has come: Shark Week 2017 is finally over. Can G.W.…

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