Category Archive for: Data-Driven PR

Research Industry Trends

How to Research Industry Trends Hassle-Free

While most of us communication pros are ringing in the new year with hefty planning, how seriously are we taking our research? What time and resources are we committing to understanding overall cultural trends and our industry’s current relevant news? Why is this important and how does it impact the bottom line? For starters, we’ll…

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Measuring ROI on Social Continues to be a Major Challenge for Marketers

Measuring ROI on Social Continues to be a Major Challenge for Marketers

Despite the rise in available data and overwhelming number of third-party tools, measuring the bottom-line impact of social media efforts continues to be a major challenge for communications professionals. But why? Are most marketers struggling to build a concise measurement infrastructure that goes beyond what the native platforms will tell us? Or is it that…

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3 Questions with a Top Woman in PR: Leadership Lessons and #MomLife

3 Questions with a Top Woman in PR: Leadership Lessons and #MomLife

Last month, SHIFT had the honor of recognizing one of our own Vice Presidents, Amanda Munroe, as a Top Women in PR by PR News. This is the third consecutive Top Women in PR win for SHIFT (we have a ton of women who rock), as Managing Partner, Amy Lyons, was honored in 2016, and Senior…

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How to Stay Top of Mind Post Launch

Now What? How to Stay Top-of-Mind Post-Launch

Congratulations! You just had your first big launch. It was exciting and exhausting all wrapped into one. You got some great press, gained a few followers and sold some products. So… now what? (Cue the crickets.) A launch can be a great moment for a company. The harder part is maintaining that momentum after it’s…

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Top Blog Posts Of 2018 Q4

SHIFT Archives: The Best of Q4 Content 2018

As each year comes to a close, we like to sneak a peek into the SHIFT archives to see our content hits and misses. When devising a content strategy for a new year, it’s important to take note of what worked (and why) to plan what’s to come next year. Want to see how to…

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Top Blog Posts Of 2018 Q3

SHIFT Archives: The Best of Q3 Content 2018

As the year comes to a close, we like to analyze the SHIFT archives to learn what content performed best. It’s important to see what worked and what didn’t work to plan for the new year to come. Want to see how to analyze your own blog? Here’s how. The best of Q3 2018 focused…

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Using Google Analytics in PR Measurement

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to speak at an event hosted by the New York chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). The event, titled “Data & Brews: Google Analytics Edition”, was part of the groups’ A/B Club that regularly gathers to discuss the various data-related technology and techniques revolutionizing the…

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pr planning process

Reenergizing the PR Planning Process

Every quarter to six months, we work with clients to create a new PR plan for the following quarter or remainder of the year. Naturally, this includes a review of the company’s goals to ensure the program is supportive, trends/topics the client should continue to own, what worked and what hasn’t during the program, and…

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Data-Driven Media Relations Resources

Data-Driven Media Relations Resources

Here at SHIFT, we pride ourselves on our data-driven approach to communication and public relations. So, it stands to reason that we extend that thread through into our media strategies for our clients. Sometimes, it’s about finding data points to include in pitches to bolster your client’s idea or announcement. Other times, data can help…

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SHIFT communications

Looking Back on 15 Years of SHIFT Communications

Fifteen years ago this week, within the brick-and-beam “elegance” of a bankrupt candy factory, in space shared with a now-long-gone software firm, SHIFT Communications hung its cardboard shingle and opened its doors to what we knew would be the start of something huuuuge. Our blurry eyed optimism convinced us that it would only be a…

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