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Data-Driven PR Campaign Planning: Part 1

Onclusive

If you have a media monitoring solution , such as Onclusive, you’ll discover a wealth of information in the big data analytics provided by these advanced technologies—from the current trends to the most impactful stories, authors, publications and messages that drove desired actions. What data do you have to support this?

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Data-Driven PR Campaign Planning: Part 2

Onclusive

Welcome back to our blog series about data-driven PR campaign planning! Your messaging and your story are the heart of your PR campaign. Onclusive’s research tool, Research Trends , helps communications professionals understand what is trending in the media and on social platforms.

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Adapting to a Data-Driven PR World

Cision

Data provides brands insights that inform their campaigns and strategies and show what’s working and what isn’t. But this shift to data-driven insights has not been entirely smooth. “PR PR has a strong disregard for data,” says MindShare UK social media head Mat Morrison. “It

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Data-Driven PR Milestone: SHIFT Becomes Google Analytics Certified Partner

Shift Communications

Digital has been in SHIFT’s blood for over a decade, from being one of the first agencies to embrace social media to creating the social media press release and social media newsroom. How do you measure in reasonably objective numbers the impact of the PR you’ve received? A Milestone Reached.

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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.

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Advanced analytics: position, velocity, and acceleration

Shift Communications

At this year’s Social Media Success Summit, I had the opportunity to teach an advanced marketing and communications analytics session. One of the ideas I shared was looking beyond just the data that comes out of the box from tools like Google Analytics, Facebook insights, etc. Christopher S.

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What PR Teams Love Right Now: Valentine’s Day Edition

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

PR teams use data tools and platforms to glean patterns and insight from media coverage, measure audience engagement, and quantify campaign performance. These sessions, led by team members ranging from account coordinators to VPs, foster a culture of continuous improvement and knowledge sharing.