Category Archive for: Social Media

Evolving your online engagement

A version of this post originally appeared on the NATIONAL Public Relations blog, an AVENIR GLOBAL company. As technology is constantly evolving, so too are the ways we engage with it, and by extension, the people, businesses and organizations we use it to connect with. If you’re operating in the sphere of public engagement, advocacy…

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Pinterest Marketing Tool

3 Reasons Why Your Brand Should be on Pinterest in 2018

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are typically the “big three” social channels a marketer has to look for when crafting a social media strategy. But as the social media landscape changes and evolves, these may no longer be enough. Here is the case for why you, a savvy marketer/social media manager, should add Pinterest to your…

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LinkedIn Analytics

How to Use LinkedIn Analytics

Previously, we walked through Twitter’s analytics platform, and today I wanted to take a similar dive into LinkedIn’s free Analytics offering. If you run a company page for your business or brand, you may have noticed the little LinkedIn Analytics button on your page. Let’s look at what LinkedIn Analytics offers and how you can…

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What Content Creators and Brands Need to Know About IGTV

What content creators and brands need to know about IGTV

Instagram recently made waves with the launch of their new video platform, IGTV. A greater focus on video content seems like a natural evolution for Instagram—and it’s a shift that has the potential to make a pretty significant impact online. Online videos are here to stay. People are watching less TV, but are consuming more…

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content management

Content Management Tips for Social Media Marketers

Social media is the intersection of all the marketing efforts a company undertakes. One of the greatest challenges a social media manager faces is balancing the support of other marketing efforts with PR and with gaining conversions from the platform. Social media is a direct point of contact with audiences, and so it comes with…

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event

Anatomy of an Event

As PR professionals, we often take a deep dive into events – that can include everything from a community fair, to a public product launch, to a gala, and everything in between. However, events aren’t just about fancy tablecloths and sweet swag. It takes a lot to pull off a successful event, especially when media…

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social media marketing

What Sports PR Reveals About Social Media Marketing

“Set. Blue 42. Green 14. Hut, hut. HIKE!” Like a quarterback, every marketer should be prepared and thrilled for the next opportunity to throw a winning play (or marketing campaign). You call out the plan to your team, you analyze the field, and you call the shots before launching into your next big run for…

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mobile apps

The Benefits of Integrating Mobile Apps With Social Media

Mobile technology and mobile phones are amongst the best inventions that have happened to humans. Both have helped place meaningful information in your hands with ease. Today, you can access the internet not just on your personal computer but via your mobile phones. This is not only a plus for you but for your business…

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transform your content marketing

10 Ways to Transform Your Content Marketing in 2018

Content marketing and its tools and trends are evolving more than ever before. This marketing and advertising technique which is used by B2B and B2C companies all over the world is no longer what it was a few years ago. The focus of marketers has shifted to content because they know and understand that this…

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Facebook crisis

Lesson From Facebook: 5 Tips on Handling Crisis Communications

Crisis communications is the opposite of traditional public relations and involves putting out a “fire” of some sort. Your brand might be under scrutiny for something said or done from a product recall to a bad tweet. There is often a tide of public and media opinion that follows. Your response is the most important…

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