Category Archive for: Strategy

LinkedIn Metrics

LinkedIn Metrics – Q&A Series: Clicks or Social Actions?

In terms of LinkedIn metrics, is it more valuable to have more clicks or higher social actions? As your company page grows and you share new content every day, it increases the opportunities for others to find out about and interact with your page and its content on LinkedIn. If you are new to LinkedIn…

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Successful PR program

Can Successful PR Programs Ever Operate in a Vacuum?

Put up your hand if you’ve ever been in this situation: client says they want to be in the New York Times so the PR team schedules a call. On that call you review relevant reporters with the client and walk through relevant topics/trends that will catch the reporter’s attention, making sure to provide strong…

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The Most Important Metric in PR Today

I was asked recently what the most important metric, the most important thing to measure in PR is. It’s difficult to boil everything down to one number; the nature of attribution analysis is that there are often many variables which influence someone’s decision to buy something. However, if we distill down the essence of public…

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Earnings Reporting

How to Prepare for Earnings Reporting

I remember meeting a friend for coffee around this time last year – we exchanged updates on, amongst other things, how our lives at work were going. When I explained that it felt like year-end earnings reporting came out of nowhere, she replied “Oh… really? You weren’t expecting it this year?” Point taken. So, aside…

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Retargeting

How to Add Retargeting to Your Digital Marketing Strategy

In a perfect world, your prospects would come to your website and buy from you on their first visit, and you would earn a consistent profit. The problem is that reality is not simple, and most people won’t buy from you when they visit your site for the first time. If you want to get…

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Spring Clean Your PR Program

We’re having a bit of warm spell here in Boston, and though we have snow in the forecast for tomorrow, this spring-like weather has me thinking about spring cleaning. While I have some ideas about how to reorganize closets and purge cabinets, I’m going to keep this post about how to “spring clean” your PR…

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Social Media Strategy

How To Know Your Social Media Marketing Strategy Is Not Working

Social media marketing is extremely popular nowadays. Every business entity that craves for popularity is ought to develop and nurture a social media presence. However, like with everything in life and business, you can always go wrong. There are more factors that can lead to a negative outcome: a purpose which is not concrete or…

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HIMSS18

Three Ways to Enhance Engagement at #HIMSS18

HIMSS18 is a staple for those in the health IT industry, so much so that we often forget to explore new strategies for engagement at the show. This year’s conference is just around the corner, taking place from March 5-9, 2018 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas. While you have likely already begun…

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Reputation Management

Reputation Management: Rising Above Competitors

There’s nothing wrong with healthy competition. Whether it’s on the field or in the boardroom, competition makes people try harder, move faster and embrace change. Without competition, there would be less incentive to think about customers, push for innovation or strive to hit goals. In PR, we rarely meet a CEO, a CMO or a…

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Marketing After Facebook for Brands [VIDEO]

Facebook changed its algorithm to suppress unpaid brand posts. Do we just dig our credit cards out and pay Mr. Zuckerberg whatever he wants? What are our alternatives? In this video, we’ll review the five pillars of digital marketing communications and how Facebook’s changes shouldn’t impact the rest of our marketing efforts: Search marketing Social…

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