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What is Data-Driven PR? Part 1 of 9

Shift Communications

We’ve used the expression data-driven PR for quite some time now, but haven’t clearly defined it. What does data-driven PR mean? How do you know whether your public relations efforts are data-driven or not? To be data-driven is to make decisions with data first and foremost. Many PR practitioners rely on intuition, experience, or informal qualitative practices to make decisions. What It Means to Be Data-Driven.

What is Data-Driven PR, Part 8: Crafting the Pitch

Shift Communications

We’ve used the expression data-driven PR for quite some time now, but haven’t clearly defined it. What does data-driven PR mean? How do you know whether your public relations efforts are data-driven or not? To be data-driven is to make decisions with data first and foremost. In this series, we’ll examine how to become a more data-driven PR professional. Crafting the Data-Driven Pitch.

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What Is Data-Driven PR, Part 2: Question Development

Shift Communications

We’ve used the expression data-driven PR for quite some time now, but haven’t clearly defined it. What does data-driven PR mean? How do you know whether your public relations efforts are data-driven or not? To be data-driven is to make decisions with data first and foremost. In this series, we’ll examine how to become a more data-driven PR professional. Vice President, Marketing Technology.

What is Data-Driven PR, Part 9: Pitching With Data

Shift Communications

We’ve used the expression data-driven PR for quite some time now, but haven’t clearly defined it. What does data-driven PR mean? How do you know whether your public relations efforts are data-driven or not? To be data-driven is to make decisions with data first and foremost. In this series, we’ll examine how to become a more data-driven PR professional. How to Pitch a Data-Driven Pitch with… Data!

What is Data-Driven PR, Part 3: Defining Data

Shift Communications

We’ve used the expression data-driven PR for quite some time now, but haven’t clearly defined it. What does data-driven PR mean? How do you know whether your public relations efforts are data-driven or not? To be data-driven is to make decisions with data first and foremost. In this series, we’ll examine how to become a more data-driven PR professional. Defining Data. Data Sources.

What is Data-Driven PR, Part 7: Refinement

Shift Communications

We’ve used the expression data-driven PR for quite some time now, but haven’t clearly defined it. What does data-driven PR mean? How do you know whether your public relations efforts are data-driven or not? To be data-driven is to make decisions with data first and foremost. In this series, we’ll examine how to become a more data-driven PR professional. What if we looked at our data more granularly?

Top Data-Driven PR Trends of 2016: Interactive Infographics

Shift Communications

In this series, we’ll examine a few data-driven trends that could mean success or failure for your PR efforts in 2016. Click to view the live infographic and work with the data. Audiences can slice and dice data to find the information they care about most. What does it take for PR teams and organizations to create interactive infographics such as these? They typically require a data analyst to gather, clean, and prepare the data for visualization.

Using Google Analytics to Inform your B2B Tech PR Program

Shift Communications

You may have noticed already that we talk a lot about data-driven PR at SHIFT. It’s not just a topic on our blog, it’s a concept we are encouraged to prioritize in every facet of our PR strategies. We’ve discussed on this blog before how to use a data-driven approach to drafting a pitch , but when that pitch turns into a great piece of coverage for your client, there are data-driven strategies you can take to measure the success of the hit.

How to build communities of social media influence

Shift Communications

In old influencer outreach programs, you’d reach out to the biggest individual dots and send them pitches. In old influence marketing, the biggest dots we pitched tended to cluster in one or two communities, but we want our message to reach many different communities. They can help us create multiple touchpoints rapidly, and in more than one community, if our pitch is solid. Vice President, Marketing Technology.

How To Reach Top-Tier Influencers on PR Budgets

Shift Communications

Access : influencers guard themselves with agents, agencies of their own, and handlers, making working with them challenging in some cases. Given these potential complications, how might we leverage our public relations capabilities to align with or reach influencers on more traditional PR budgets and messaging? Thus, instead of – or in addition to – pitching influencers directly, what if we focused our time and attention on the publications they read?

Public Relations Jobseekers: Act Before 2017 Ends

Shift Communications

Predicting PR Job Searches. Using our predictive analytics tools, we forecast that the time when jobseekers in the PR industry will be most active in all of 2018 will be the week of January 14, 2018: Above, the forecast for the search term “public relations jobs”. Jobseekers searching for PR jobs will swamp prospective employers just a couple of weeks into the new year. Vice President, Marketing Technology.

SHIFT Communications Creates HAROLD: First Artificially Intelligent, Cloud-Based PR Employee

Shift Communications

SHIFT Communications, the premiere data-driven PR agency , announced today the release of the Heuristic And Recurrent Ontological Lexicon Deep-learner, or HAROLD, the world’s first artificially intelligent (AI), cloud-based PR employee. HAROLD is based on the proven TensorFlow multidimensional data array artificial intelligence software, first developed by Google Brain, part of Google’s Machine Intelligence division. 2014: ZIPR Mobile PR Spokesperson App.

Coming Full Circle – From Tech PR and Back Again

Shift Communications

In my role, I oversee a variety of B2B tech PR programs, providing strategic direction and managing an exceptional team of professionals. You might have called me a bit of an untraditional candidate when I interviewed, having spent many years in PR at a small, Catholic liberal arts and sciences college. I began my career in agency tech PR in 1999 during the dotcom boom. PR is a dynamic, fast-moving and rewarding field, no matter what the subject matter.

Crisis Issue? Own It: Shark Week Case Study, Part 4

Shift Communications

While press release distribution can be costly, the practice can be valuable which is why companies across the globe use them in their PR strategy. The important part of a press release is the proactive media pitching that accompanies a press release. While issuing a press release over a distribution wire is effective, personally pitching key contacts in the national, trade and local media will be an added layer of exposure for any announcement.

SHIFT Archives: The Best of Q3 2015

Shift Communications

Our top posts from the third quarter of 2015 focused on PR strategy, Facebook, and Twitter. Let’s jump in: How to Choose a PR Strategy: Part 1 of 6. The hot topic in PR is always strategy. SHIFT honed in on creating a way to choose a PR strategy based on visible, measurable criteria and a meta-strategic framework. These dimensions create four PR environments – traditional, chaotic, innovative, and collaborative.

{PR}edict: Predictive Analytics and the Future of PR, Part 3

Shift Communications

In the last post, we reviewed the necessary ingredients to make successful predictions: good data. We defined good data as clean, compatible, and chosen well. Let’s next look at a predictive analytics example every PR practitioner will benefit from. The PR industry operates this way mainly because we’ve not had access to predictive software or good data. Example: Matching Search Intent to PR. What Would PR Do? Vice President, Marketing Technology.

From PR to Marketing: Why You Should Expand Your Skill Set

Shift Communications

It’s hard to miss all the articles and blog posts about how the PR industry is changing, how it’s integrating with new skill sets. Today, I wanted to dive a little more into my personal experience on the subject – including why PR pros should honestly start thinking about expanding their skill sets (and where to start). years working on the technology PR team. I was already starting to see the need to integrate our traditional PR practices with marketing tech.

The secret to becoming a trusted PR professional

Shift Communications

Shel Israel followed up in our discussion last week about the automation (or lack thereof) of persuasion technologies and public relations by asking: Since you are in the business of building trust for clients, why are so many PR people not trusted by the media? The answer to this question circles back to Tom Foremski’s earlier question about why there isn’t innovation in scalable persuasion technologies. This is a pitch almost entirely devoid of value for my audience.

How PR pros should prepare for artificial intelligence

PR Daily

Any agreement among agency executives about the future of artificial intelligence in PR seems limited to, well, its limits. In a recent column on PRWeek , Ivan Ristic of Diffusion suggested that while AI might be good for data mining keywords across blogs and online publications to find trends for clients, it still won’t replace relationships that define the industry. “A A bot can’t lay claim to emotional intelligence, a cornerstone of all PR work.

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The Best Way To Prepare For Artificial Intelligence In Public Relations

Beyond PR

that prefers pitches via e-mail with phone call followup afterward. Assuming that didn’t work for you, it brings up a larger point: While you don’t need a degree in computer science to build an AI strategy, it is important that PR pros don’t sit on the sidelines and let an AI strategy get defined for them without their input. Today, most agency executives only seem to agree on what the limits of AI in PR will be. Next Steps For AI And The PR Sector.

Why PR Pros Need The New Google Analytics™ Demo Account

Shift Communications

The marketing and PR industry responded with a collective yawn. From our perspective as a Google Analytics™ Certified Partner, every marketing and PR professional should be jumping up and down with excitement. Four reasons: For sales pitches. Sales Pitches. If you’re a truly data-driven PR professional, you want to showcase your analytics chops in every new business/sales presentation. Perhaps it’s our agency’s data.