Why CEOs Should Invest in PR Attribution and PR Measurement

Onclusive

So what does digital marketing growth have to do with PR? PR and marketing convergence. Digital communications attracts and engages customers: What is the New PR? Social media is a game changer, and it starts with PR and communications.

How to Research Industry Trends Hassle-Free

Shift Communications

The ability to tap into this knowledge can help inform owned, earned, and paid media of your organization’s PR and marketing efforts. Well, first it’s a free media monitoring tool and while other tools may give more analytical data about coverage, they also can eat into a budget.

How Data-Driven Storytelling Drives PR

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For many B2B technology brands, data is not only a business asset, but a PR tool. No one should underestimate the power of data for storytelling. 5 reasons to embrace data-driven PR. Data-driven pitches win points with journalists.

Where Do You Find Data For PR Storytelling?

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Last week’s post covered the trend of data-driven storytelling in PR. But where does the data come from? But there are lots of other options for PR pros to source relevant data, and many are inexpensive and fairly easy to find. Data to power PR storytelling.

Using Data from Google Tools to Boost Your PR Pitches

Shift Communications

If you’re an avid (or even a sometimes) reader of the SHIFT blog, then you already know data-driven public relations is something we know well. Here’s a quick overview of how each can help support your PR program.

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{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. What Would PR Do?

Now What? How to Stay Top-of-Mind Post-Launch

Shift Communications

Media relations is a core part of any PR program, and in this case having a steady, ongoing media effort will help you remain a part of the conversation. What should you be pitching them exactly? Data-Driven PR News Public RelationsCongratulations!

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.

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?

What data-driven journalism is, and why it matters to PR

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For the last five to ten years, the phrase “data-driven journalism” has been popping up more and more frequently. There are many reasons for this, from mainstream media sources trying to differentiate themselves from their competitors, to more readily available data sets.

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Getting Your PR Measurement Program in Shape for 2016

Shift Communications

That does not mean we are left without resources to help define PR success and set the agenda for an even more data-driven PR program in the New Year. How do you make the most of that data? Check out our PR measurement tool.

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. years working on the technology PR team. I was already starting to see the need to integrate our traditional PR practices with marketing tech.

Using Data In Your 2018 PR Planning Process

Shift Communications

You know what that means — PR planning is in full swing. PR planning is so valuable, especially from an internal operations standpoint. As much as I love creating a solid PR plan, it’s also very time consuming if you have high-strategy accounts.

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SHIFT Archives: The Best of Q3 2015

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Want to see how to do this for your blog? 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.

Data-Driven Storytelling – The PR Gift That Keeps on Giving

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And while the benefits of data-driven storytelling have been extolled in the PR world for some time now, we often forget that our clients are the keepers of their own best asset – data. Best days to pitch. No BS Blog

Data-Driven Storytelling – The PR Gift That Keeps on Giving

Barokas

And while the benefits of data-driven storytelling have been extolled in the PR world for some time now, we often forget that our clients are the keepers of their own best asset – data. Whether it’s technology, consumer, B2B or any number of other industries, data plays an increasingly powerful role in shaping how businesses and consumers interact with the world. And when data-driven PR strategies are leveraged over time, the results can be especially impactful.

SHIFT Archives: The Best of Q1 2016

Shift Communications

Want to see how to do this for your blog? Our top posts from the first quarter of 2016 focused on the different ways data and analytics have transformed the efforts of public relations professionals and how they affect client expectations.

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. A bot can’t lay claim to emotional intelligence, a cornerstone of all PR work. The future of PR will be a blend of both technology and human insight.

The Best Way To Prepare For Artificial Intelligence In Public Relations

Beyond PR

that prefers pitches via e-mail with phone call followup afterward. Today, most agency executives only seem to agree on what the limits of AI in PR will be. A bot can’t lay claim to emotional intelligence, a cornerstone of all PR work. Next Steps For AI And The PR Sector.