What is Community?

HMA Public Relations

When it comes to community, what exactly is it and why do we all want to be a part of one? All this and more in today's blog post. The post What is Community? Featured Uncategorized Abbie Fink Community Facebook groups HMA Public Relations Professional groups What is Community

Blogging Tips for PR Pros

PR Expanded

Fast forward almost ten years and blogging is so ubiquitous that not only are blogs supplanting traditional media channels as sources for breaking news, practically every single company I can think of has one. So don’t do that for your blog, either! blogging Content PR 2.0

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How the New York Public Library’s Blog Mobilizes Communities

Cision

However, blogging is one of the leading tools in any brand’s content marketing strategy. And for nonprofit organizations on a budget, blogging can often be the most effective way to engage and mobilize communities. Q: How did the NYPL decide to start a blog program?

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A Community Manager’s Toolbox

Shift Communications

Being a community manager may sound like a cool, trendy job filled with fun and creativity. Whether you’re managing a community of thousands or one of 100, you are the eyes and the ears of the company on platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

How an Ohio dentist used podcasts to engage his community

PR Daily

Engaging your community is difficult if your audience is gripped with fear and doubt—which poses a problem for dentists. The podcast offers educational insight into a dentist’s view of the dangers of vaping and offers a platform to community leaders to share about their current initiatives.

The #PRStudChat Community Discusses Social Media & Change On November 15th

PR Expanded

Within this context, the #PRStudChat community, which is sponsored by Spin Sucks, will gather on Thursday, Nov 15th, at 12 P.M., This geographic location has also triggered a series of career changes such as launching a consulting practice, a weekly Facebook live show, and a blogging site.

Facebook revamps livestreaming tools after Christchurch shooting

PR Daily

The company announced it would restrict access to Facebook Live tools for users who violate certain rules. Facebook hopes to make its livestreaming tools safer—and protect its audience—with a new “one strike” policy. Facebook has said it removed 1.5

How to build a blog

Stephen Waddington

In the second Comms School session we explored third party and owned blogs, how to build a blog and post content, and making blogging a habit. The second session of Comms School got to grips with building a blog and making blogging a habit. We kicked off by reviewing some of the blogs posted by members of the Comms School community. Rachael Gordon Thanks to everyone who has joined us on a blogging journey. blogging

What Does A Community Manager Do? +Bonus: The CM Toolbox

Doctor Spin

I like to think of the community manager as a classical conductor, dedicated to showing the online community (the orchestra) how to get in sync, never through force or coercion, but by using the magical powers of suggestion alone. But what exactly is the role of a community manager?

Tips on Measuring Community [April #measurePR Recap]

Waxing UnLyrical

At the heart of social PR lies community. So that’s what we focused on for the April #measurePR Twitter chat; how to measure community, how to tell when community-building initiatives are working (and when they’re not), and how community-focused metrics might change over time. Experts in measuring community. A1: Building a community around a product or service is just part of our jobs in #PR today (which is great, because it’s fun!).

Are Facebook Ads Any Good for B2B Marketing?

Sword and the Script

If you’re not using Facebook ads because you don’t think they work in B2B marketing , then you are among thin ranks. Several surveys reviewed by eMarketer suggest social media advertising continues to advance – and Facebook is often voted the most effective paid platform – even for B2B.

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“Community Manager” Confusion

Waxing UnLyrical

about what the difference is between “community manager&# and “social media manager?&# I know I am – and I am both a community manager and a social media manager! My title is “online community & social media manager.&# Guest post by Maggie McGary.

Building a New Kind of Cruise Community

Waxing UnLyrical

Regular WUL readers know that Shonali (a friend and former colleague at Socialmedia.biz ) showcases guest posts about how to build, engage and sustain an online community, among other things. so that others might gain insights for their own community efforts. So our small marketing team is now working to grow our user base and nurture our new community. Follow Cruiseable on Facebook and Twitter. Building a New Kind of Cruise Community. Guest Post by J.D. Lasica.

What A Dog’s Cancer Taught Me About Community

Waxing UnLyrical

The reason we went away was the reason most blogs go away , either temporarily or permanently. Other things take priority over the time one spends blogging, tweaking, editing, linking… and when there is a team of bloggers to manage, that is a lot of time, even if one has help.

Don’t Quit Facebook Yet

Shift Communications

Earlier this week Forrester analyst Nate Elliott released another one of his bi-annual “Facebook is failing marketers” reports that takes aim squarely at Twitter and Facebook when it comes to marketing tactics. It simply penalizes brands that are using Facebook incorrectly.

Facebook launches multi-pronged push toward self-regulation

PR Daily

Facebook wants to beat governments to the punch on regulations and oversight. He wrote: Technology is a major part of our lives, and companies such as Facebook have immense responsibilities. These are important for keeping our community safe. PR Social Media Facebook

Facebook Unfriends News, and it’s a Shame

Flack's Revenge

I had to smile when I read that Facebook’s reducing news content in the newsfeed. Mark Zuckerberg wrote on their blog “our time is better spent bringing people closer together… public content… is crowding out the personal moments that lead us to connect more with each other.”

Facebook: Improving Employee Communications?

Waxing UnLyrical

Whether you want to go for coffee, meet a friend or keep yourself posted on your friends’ birthdays, Facebook is where today’s generation updates each other by sharing the minutest details of their lives on the platform. Facebook: Improving Employee Communications?

Content Marketing: Without Community, It’s Only Half the Equation

Waxing UnLyrical

You spent the first few months creating great blog content (in your opinion, and let’s assume, for the sake of argument, your opinion is spot on). Then you started distributing said content through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest… maybe other platforms as well.

Four Tools to Help Build Your Social Community

Waxing UnLyrical

I’ve found that one of the most important things to do, when trying to build one’s online community, is to participate consistently in your preferred channels. This is a nifty Facebook app that lets you schedule Facebook updates. All for one and one for all.

Facebook is local media

Stephen Waddington

Facebook pages and groups are replacing local media according to research from Braintree, Essex. By Dan Slee If there’s one thing I can tell you it’s that Facebook groups and pages in a local area are huge. A Facebook group set-up by two people banned from a pub.

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Suffering from Facebook Newsfeed Entitlement? Stop. Here’s 26 Reasons Why

Social PR Chat

Being included in the Facebook newsfeed is something brands have come to expect as a protected constitutional right. While it’s hard to remember life before Facebook newsfeed changes and Mark Zuckerberg’s infamous post updates like the one on January 11th, 2018; it’s safe to say public relations pre-Facebook was archaic at best. Your Business Without Facebook? Imagine life without Facebook. Facebook Newsfeed Ground Zero? Is Facebook Worth it?

Facebook is local media

Stephen Waddington

Local Facebook pages and groups are replacing local media according to research from Braintree, Essex. By Dan Slee If there’s one thing I can tell you it’s that Facebook groups and pages in a local area are huge. A Facebook group set-up by two people banned from a pub.

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Monday Roundup: Blogging

Waxing UnLyrical

Blogging is a great way to start conversations, share ideas, and build your online community. Whether through guest posts or original content on your own site, blogging can help your brand gain traction (I mean, just look at me!). Blogging for Profit? Blogging Upstream.

Applauding the community at the Fringe

PR Conversations

It’s understood that the play’s the thing; however, it was the vibrant community found around each performance that proved an unexpected volunteer adventure at The Toronto Fringe festival 2015. The social Fringe community.

The Best PR Tips For Promoting Blog Posts

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Public relations experts know that the majority of traffic coming to a blog post comes in the first hours and days of publication. This makes the timely promotion of your blog content critical to its success. Make your blog posts work harder through linking, sharing and more.

Taking Your Blog Post Series on the Road

Waxing UnLyrical

So, when it comes to blogging and guest posts, it should be no surprise that these two can be combined to create a good effect. You can place a series of blog posts on disparate blogs as guest posts. You can link back to the different blogs inside each post as well.

Bringing Open Community To Public Relations

Waxing UnLyrical

Because if there’s one thing I believe takes public relations from good to great, it’s when your audiences start becoming your community through the relationships you develop with them. Why did you write Open Community ? So, what is “Open Community&# ?

7 PR Blogs You Should Be Following

Critical Mention

While we certainly encourage PR and communications pros to follow our insightful Critical Mention blog , we also want to share a few of our other favorite PR blogs. Are you looking for good photos for your brand’s blog or social media posts? PRNEWS Blog.

Marketing After Facebook for Brands [VIDEO]

Shift Communications

Facebook changed its algorithm to suppress unpaid brand posts. 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. 00:07:24] Your Blog.

Does Facebook really reward long-form content?

PR Daily

A while back, Corina Manea wrote about the hubbub surrounding marketers leaving Facebook. Her post, titled " Are You Sure You Want to Leave Facebook? " That conversation was in response to Mark Schaefer’s " Facebook Content Strategy is a Time Bomb for Inbound Marketing."

9 steps to crafting alluring blog posts

PR Daily

Marketers who have made blogging a priority are 13 times more likely. report blogging as a top inbound marketing tactic. Blogging is an important part of your digital marketing strategy. The first step to coming up with new blog topics is the brainstorm.

Highlights from the State of Blogging in 2017 Survey

Sword and the Script

It’s easy to believe there are a million marketing blogs but that’s just not true. If you blog about marketing – especially with any semblance of frequency – you are in fact among a fair small group. Bloggers, by an overwhelming majority (76%), choose to run their blogs on WordPress.

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Zuckerberg defends Facebook with 1,000-word Wall Street Journal op-ed

PR Daily

Facebook’s CEO hopes this is the moment when everything starts to get better. The platform has shared blog posts and tweets from security experts. The piece, titled “The Facts About Facebook,” attempts to address the concerns that have arisen in the last 12 months.

15 Blog Headlines That Don’t Suck

Waxing UnLyrical

If you came here looking for 15 blog headlines that don’t suck… you were sucked in. By a blog headline that didn’t suck! “Find ways to get people to your blog !” Even if it’s from a blog(ger) I know and respect. I confess.

Winning the Disinformation Wars

Scott Public Relations

For more information on who to deal with “Fake news” and tools to track and defuse it, please see this wonderful blog on the PRBI (Public Relations Boutiques International) site. business leaders, ministers, academics, constituents from your community).

Monday Roundup: Blogging for Veterans

Waxing UnLyrical

Seeing as how tomorrow’s Veterans Day, I thought for today, we’d focus our roundup on content from blogging veterans; what it’s like, what their tips are, and how they keep going. This is an interesting POV from Alisa Meredith for Mark Schaefer’s {grow} blog.

Homebound? Turn Your Kids into Smart Voters

Scott Public Relations

Learn more about healthcare PR, insurance PR, and technology PR in Scott PR’s Einsight blog, and follow Scott Public Relations on LinkedIn , Twitter , and Facebook. Are you home with kids and running out of things to do?

Putting Your Blog to Work: 4 Milestones to Hit Before Trying to Turn Your Blog into Your Business

Shift Communications

Blogs are like opinions — nowadays, it seems like everyone has one. So, say you have a blog, but you want to take it to the next level and turn it into something profitable. Before you can turn your blog into a business, you need an audience.

Magenta Nation: Healthcare and Income Inequality

Scott Public Relations

Learn more about healthcare PR, insurance PR, and technology PR in Scott PR’s Einsight blog, and follow Scott Public Relations on LinkedIn , Twitter , and Facebook. The growing wealth gap among citizens is a major public policy concern for the United States.