PR Leaders Predict Communications World of 2023


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How PR can take advantage of podcasts—without having to produce one

Agility PR Solutions

podcast audience could double by 2023, reaching 160 million listeners. Did you listen to a podcast this week? If you live in North America, there’s about a 20 percent chance you did.


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3 ways to boost your brand reputation with Facebook

Agility PR Solutions

million by 2023. Did you know that there are currently 2.4 billion monthly active users on Facebook, making it the most popular social media platform worldwide? Furthermore, in the U.S alone there over 220 million users, with this figure expected to rise to an estimated 223.2 In terms of businesses, around 2 in every 3 […]. The post 3 ways to boost your brand reputation with Facebook appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. Marketing Public Relations social media

Can Sponsored Content Work For PR?

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

In a study by USC Center for Public Relations 64% of PR professionals predict that by 2023, the average consumer will not be able to distinguish between news articles and sponsored content. For anyone who works in public relations, content still reigns supreme.

The communicator’s superpower: A better way to capture the voice of the employee

PR Daily

Additionally, Gartner analysts suggest that by 2023, 80% of enterprises with more than 2,500 employees will augment annual engagement surveys with pulse surveys or indirect methods to gauge worker sentiment.

The AI tool chasm in PR

Stephen Waddington

This figure is likely to rise to 38% by 2023. By 2023 there will almost certainly be a greater application of technology in these areas of practice but with human oversight. A new CIPR #AIinPR project finds that AI tool vendors are not addressing the PR market.

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FIDIC contracts – a preview of what is to come

Practical Law Construction

An EPCm form (end 2023). Last month, in what feels like a lifetime ago (when there was no third lockdown or even Tier 4, no new COVID variant and no Brexit deal), I attended the digital FIDIC International Contract Users’ Conference from the comfort of my home.

6 reasons why it’s the right time to start podcasting

PR Daily

podcast audience could double by 2023. Even though there are fewer commuters downloading their favorite shows, listenership to the digital audio format is up. Is now the time for you to produce your own podcast? More Americans (3.6 million more) listened to podcasts in 2020 than 2019.

Behavioural insights to tackle the COVID-19 mental health crisis

Stephen Waddington

The UK Government has pledged an extra £2 billion a year to mental health services from 2023 as part of a landmark reform of mental health laws. The delivery of mental health provision is a public relations challenge. Behavioural science offers a potential solution. How are you feeling?

3 approaches to marketing measurement

PR Daily

By 2023, autonomous marketing systems will issue 55% of multichannel marketing messages based on marketer criteria and real-time customer behavior, says the Gartner report titled Predictions 2019: Marketing Seeks a New Equilibrium. Is your campaign gaining traction or treading water? Consider these insights from a Google VP as you gauge and fine-tune your efforts. Metrics, metrics, metrics.

Why PR pros shouldn’t give up on email

PR Daily

billion people using email by the end of 2023, with ad revenues exceeding $73 billion. Here are some tips to make sure you are getting the biggest possible return on your email efforts, and what you should consider if engagement is starting to flag. In spite of the hoopla over video, hashtags, influencer marketing and Instagram, email remains an important tool for marketers. There are an estimated 3.9

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Automation threatens a quarter of marketing and PR jobs, ONS report

Stephen Waddington

The report echoes research by CIPR’s #AIinPR panel led by Jean Valin last year which found that 12% of a PR practitioner’s skillset could be complemented or replaced by AI today, with a prediction that this could climb to 38% within by 2023. Women, young people, and those who work part-time are most likely to work in roles that are at high risk of automation.

Twitter to launch subscription service, Hasbro rebrands ‘Potato Head’ for gender inclusivity, and Andrew Cuomo seeks PR help

PR Daily

billion in 2023. Also: An interactive map of ‘The Office’ to help ease WFH woes, Oreo racks up mentions after standing for transgender people, Best Buy lays off 5,000 employees, and more.

10 Strategies to Ignite Your Marketing, Sales & Service Automation Platform

PR 20/20

“We expect global spending on marketing automation tools to surpass $25 billion by 2023,” according to Forrester. That’s a pretty astonishing number, but we honestly aren’t surprised.

9 trends to watch for social media marketers

PR Daily

The market for these products is forecast to exceed $298 billion by 2023. Social media is always changing. Here are the shifts, big and small, that you should monitor for the coming year. When it comes to social media, the year ahead should be quite an interesting one for marketers.

‘Aunt Jemima’ becomes ‘Pearl Milling Company,’ Salesforce announces permanent remote workforce, and Heineken to lay off 8,000

PR Daily

Our entire sales force will be digitally empowered by 2023. Also: Virtual court proceedings go viral with kitten filter, Nationwide has catchiest brand jingle, Coca-Cola’s 100%-recycled plastic bottles, and more.

Letter from London: an outstanding contribution

Stephen Waddington

It found that 12% of a PR practitioner’s skillset could be complemented or replaced by AI today, with a prediction that this could climb to 38% within by 2023. ?? Copyright law will challenge monitoring market, landing pages and newsrooms, AI and jobs, this week’s Comms School, exploring half-baked ideas, and a research powerhouse. The PRCA Digital Awards this week celebrated ground-breaking digital and social media campaigns.

PR Automation: A bad idea … or would that work for PR agencies?

The Hoffman Agency

Recent research suggests that by 2023, AI will be able to undertake or significantly enhance 38% of PR skills. By Andree Latibeaudiere, Senior Account Manager, Hoffman UK. The last couple of years has seen an intense debate on how automation will impact the job market.

PR lags professions in tackling impact of AI on practice and workforce

Stephen Waddington

Humans Still Needed published by the CIPR in 2018 suggests that 12% of a PR practitioner’s total skills could be complemented or replaced by AI with a prediction that this could climb to 38% by 2023. A literature review published by the CIPR finds that PR lags other professions including HR and management consultancy in getting to grips with AI. It highlights key issues that need to be urgently tackled.

United Airlines offers COVID-19 tests, Twitter to suggest a closer read before tweeting, and Kraft Canada offers pumpkin spice mac ‘n cheese

PR Daily

Before COVID-19, Nike’s goal was to expand its e-commerce sales to 30% of its total revenue by 2023, but in a recent report, the company said online sales made up more than 30% of its revenue in the latest quarter alone. Also: Nike aims for half of its revenue to come from online sales, a humorous look at social media management through Bingo, Qantas offers up its retired drink carts, and more.

On Capitol Hill, hero pilot slams Boeing over 737 Max

PR Daily

based airline to order the newest Airbus plane, but Denver-based Frontier Airlines will also be flying the XLR shortly after deliveries begin in 2023. ‘Sully’ Sullenberger, who saved 155 people by landing a damaged jet on the Hudson, called the Max ‘fatally flawed.’ Consumers remain wary, and Boeing is losing ground to competitors. If Boeing was hoping for veteran pilots to help it recover from its tailspin, it was wrong. In addressing a congressional committee, retired Capt.

Five years later: Reflecting on 7 big social media trends from 2013

Communications Conversations

Google Glass: Why it won’t go mainstream until 2023. Last week, my friend Amanda Oleson sent me a note about a post I had written that featured her that popped up in her “Facebook Memories” from 2012. The post was about Path. Yeah, you remember Path. The hot new social networking app destined to dethrone Facebook in 2012. Yeah, that didn’t happen.

Creative Communications: Lessons from Health and Wellness Brands

Waxing UnLyrical

billion by 2023. Guest Post by Hanna Knowles. Look better. Be stronger. Get fit faster. Feel young again. Before and after. These messages are tired and far from creative. Yet, health and wellness brands refuse to let them go. These communication approaches popup from healthcare companies, to athletic wear, to fitness apps. When the masses are using the same communication strategies, it’s time to stop and pause.

Adidas pledges to use recycled plastic as WeWork bans meat

PR Daily

million kg) of CO2 emissions, and over 15 million animals by 2023 by eliminating meat at our events. More organizations are seeking to become environmentally friendly—and hoping to earn PR kudos in return. The latest company to announce its sustainability promise is Adidas, which hopes to use only recycled plastic in its shoes within six years.

Burger King takes aim at methane emissions, Verizon and Google offer skills training, and ViacomCBS cuts ties with Nick Cannon over anti-Semitic remarks

PR Daily

Also: Why communicators should always give their best, nearly half the world’s population will be on social media networks by 2023, Pfizer aces the Disability Equity Index, and more. Hello, communicators: . Tod Meisner, associate brand manager for Aflac, tweeted an inspiriational reminder for communicators of all stripes: If you aren't living intentionally, you're wasting your gifts. Show up with purpose and bring your best everyday.

Retentions under scrutiny and the transferred loss principle

Practical Law Construction

In this challenging economic climate, contractors are striving to keep their businesses afloat. Healthy cash flow is key and a major barrier to achieving this can be the slow release of (or indeed the failure to release) retention.

TikTok’s growth spurt, Halloween-themed social media posts, and rivals stoking a viral YouTube fundraiser

PR Daily

Gavin Newsom last month signed legislation allowing college athletes to profit from sponsorship deals starting in 2023: Colleges reap billions from student athletes but block them from earning a single dollar. Also: NCAA buckles on athlete earnings rule, recruiting employees with grant money, a #MeToo version of ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside,’ and more.

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Celebrating a commitment to excellence at CIPR graduation ceremony

Stephen Waddington

By 2023, AI will impact areas of PR such as stakeholder mapping, risk analysis, auditing, and behavioural analysis. Continuous learning and professional qualifications are the only way to benefit from AI and future proof your career. I was honoured to address the CIPR's 2018 graduation ceremony in London tonight. More than 100 students graduated in this year's cohort. Here's a copy of my speech. Welcome to Ketchum. We're the world's most creative PR agency delivering work that matters.

The Motion Picture Academy touts ‘Best Picture’ inclusion standards, Netflix eyes a return to the office, and Mattel debuts ‘Dia de Muertos’ Barbie

PR Daily

The requirement comes into effect for the Academy’s 96 th Oscars in 2024, though the organization will require films to submit an inclusion standards form in 2022 and 2023.

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An AI in PR primer

Stephen Waddington

By 2023 AI will impact areas of PR such as stakeholder mapping, risk analysis, auditing, and behavioural analysis. The CIPR #AIinPR panel has made good progress in six short months. We’re beginning to get a handle on how AI is impacting the business of PR. Artificial intelligence (AI), has become a catch all term to describe technology that simplifies a task for a human being. It’s unhelpful and is contributing to hype and uncertainty around the topic.

Measuring risk for ‘scandal insurance,’ Walmart defends gun sales, and yes, pumpkin-spice Spam is a thing

PR Daily

billion by 2023. Also: AP Stylebook offers a back-to-school guide, Tiffany markets diamonds for men , and YouTube changes its copyright policies. Good morning, PR pros: AP Stylebook has prepared for back-to-school season with a topical guide on educational terms: Have you checked out our recent Topical Guide on education terms? AP's education beat team co-leader @CaroleFeldman will share highlights in our next #APStyleChat , Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. link].

ICON 2020 Preview: Pulitzer Prize-Winning Science Writer Laurie Garrett on COVID-19’s Future


We won’t have a vaccine available to the world until at least 2023, possibly 2024, at the current pace of development. It’s an unexpectedly busy morning for Laurie Garrett , a Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer and author. At the time of this scheduled interview with PRsay on Oct.

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UK retailers face bankruptcy affecting 25,000 employees, NASDAQ proposes diversity requirements for listed companies, and Google Maps launches a newsfeed

PR Daily

The companies are aiming for more than 800 shop-in-a-shop locations by 2023, along with Sephora’s items being offered through Kohl’s website.

Academy’s new Oscar category aimed to boost ratings gets backlash instead

PR Daily

2023: Oscar for Most Gif-able Moment. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is trying to boost viewer numbers—even if it means making filmmakers and fans angry. On Wednesday, the organization announced a few changes for its 2019 ceremony: Change is coming to the #Oscars. Here's what you need to know: - A new category is being designed around achievement in popular film. We've set an earlier airdate for 2020: mark your calendars for February 9.

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