Category Archive for: Thought Leadership

RSA Conference News Round Up-min

RSA Conference News Round Up

For nearly two decades, SHIFT has been supporting the world’s largest cybersecurity event: RSA Conference. The 2019 event took place last week at San Francisco’s Moscone Center and the SHIFT team was on site along with 42,500+ attendees and 700+ exhibitors in what was a very successful week. While each year is unique, the show…

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Key Takeaways from An Evening with Women in Media and Communications

Key Takeaways from “An Evening with Women in Media and Communications”

What’s it like to be a female tech reporter in Silicon Valley, particularly in the era of the #MeToo Movement? This question drew me towards signing up for the recent PRSA event An Evening with Women in Media and Communications in San Francisco. As a fairly new SHIFTer and member of the PR world, I…

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Creative Uses for Google Analytics in Public Relations

Creative Uses for Google Analytics in Public Relations

Analytics should be an important component of the work we do as public relations professionals, but how can we leverage analytics tools to serve our needs? During a PRSA Boston event, Matthew Raven, VP of Marketing Technology at SHIFT Communications, presented an insightful discussion about the power of Google Analytics and how it can serve…

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Observations from the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos

Observations from the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos

World Economic Forum (WEF) Davos is over for another year. The fact that many political leaders and representatives were absent – notably Presidents Trump and Macron, and Prime Minister May – meant the conversations this year centered more around business than in previous years. No matter your opinion about the business elite hobnobbing on the…

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PR Panel Recap Agency Life And What It Takes To Thrive In The Industry

PR Panel Recap: An evening discussing agency life and what it takes to thrive in the industry

When I began studying Communication and Public Relations in college, I quickly realized how important it was to surround myself with and seek out the advice from those already in the field. Whether it was attending my school’s PRSSA events and workshops or finding a mentor at an internship, I remember how much I valued…

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Three Tips for Keeping Clients Apolitical, but Relevant

Three Tips for Keeping Clients Apolitical, but Relevant

In today’s politically charged environment it can seem that the best thing for clients to say, is nothing at all. After all, not addressing a topic can help a business to keep a neutral stance, especially if it’s in relation to topics that could isolate members of their workforce or customer base. Being silent on trending…

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communicating

Communicating Through Transformation and Disruption

Why do companies get disrupted? What do insurgent, disrupting companies need to do and say to win market share? How can they fend off painful disruption for profitable disruption? How do they communicate through either path? We are lucky enough to have worked with teams and clients who have dealt with these questions more than…

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Influencer Marketing

Is Scrutiny On Influencer Marketing Compliance Becoming More Intense?

As the adoption of influencer marketing continues to rise, so too does the scrutiny of the practice. For more than a year, the FTC has made it clear to brands and marketers that disclosure is critical. These compliance standards also apply to brands running their programs through ad agencies or public relations firms as they’re…

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business success

What it Takes to Drive Your Business Success

As a business owner, it is important to be organized. One can go about this by writing down to-do lists marking off the necessary tasks that need to be done around the business, for example. Doing this will ensure that one knows what to do and does not forget about doing their tasks. This also ensures…

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importance of stories

The Importance of Stories for Child Health

Stories matter. That’s not just an opinion. That’s not an axiom or a homily or a saying or even a pithy bumper sticker slogan. That’s a genuine, biological imperative. Our stories, the things that we tell each other when we gather for dinner, the narratives that we painstakingly write down on paper, the arcs that we scrutinize…

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