Why is Blogging Important in 2021?

Ronn Torossian

It is safe to say that social media marketing is currently one of the most recommended ways of marketing a business. The use of blogs has been one of the most used methods of social media marketing. The post Why is Blogging Important in 2021?

A Must Read for PR Pros: 7 Journalists Share Pros and Cons to Using Clubhouse | Business Wire Blog

Business Wire

Everyone is talking about Clubhouse – but is this a chat app, marketing tool, or a new way to connect reporters and industry experts around the globe? We asked seven journalists for their experiences and thoughts on Clubhouse and the opportunities it held for media relations.

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The reincarnation of blogs—and new opportunities for marketers

Agility PR Solutions

Although there may be disagreement about when blogging was born, one thing is clear. Blogging has been reincarnated and the pandemic deserves a lot of credit for it. The best guess is that blogging got its name in the early to mid-1990s.

Hola and Hello: When Translation Isn’t Enough to Reach the U.S. Hispanic Market | Business Wire Blog

Business Wire

15) celebrations, but it doesn’t mean your media outreach efforts must stop right there. public relations media relationsWe recently wrapped National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 - Oct. For Latinos, Hispanic Heritage is all year round, so let’s make sure you’re not missing out.

Visual Storytelling: Why PR Pros Should Own Earned Media Creation | Business Wire Blog

Business Wire

If Public Relations teams are responsible for sharing and amplifying the company’s messaging, why are so many using marketing assets to supplement their outreach?

8 Tips for Maximizing Your International Press Release | Business Wire Blog

Business Wire

For many companies, this provides exciting opportunities to enter into new markets faster than ever before. But increasing brand visibility in unfamiliar markets is not always easy. press releases media relationsThere is no doubt today that we are part of a global economy.

Why is blogging important?

Axia PR

Spice up your company’s personality through blogging. Blogs: What are they? An easy description would be blogs are like public online diaries for people, organizations, and companies. online public relations inbound marketing owned media

Fortune 500 Firms Embrace Blogging, “Unfriend” Social Media

Glean.info Blog

Fortune 500 companies dramatically increased blogging this year and significantly decreased social media posting. Blog usage more than tripled since its all-time-low of 21% in 2015. The steep jump in corporate blogging may seem to contradict recent digital marketing trends.

Blogging isn’t Sexy but Done Well It Drives B2B Marketing Results [Study]

Sword and the Script

Nearly 80% of the 1,279 bloggers in the 7 th annual Orbit Media blogger survey say blogging drives some marketing results – and 25% say it draws “strong marketing results.” According to the survey, the average blog post is 1,269 words.

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10 essential PR blogs to read

PR Daily

However, some of the most thought-provoking commentary and helpful advice comes from PR professionals who publish their own blogs. Many of the blogs are well known and highly influential. The following is a list of favorite PR blogs, in no particular order. Leading PR blogs.

7 Best Marketing Blogs of 2019

Critical Mention

The world of digital marketing is an ever-shifting landscape where platform algorithms and industry trends change in the blink of an eye, and you need to be able to keep up. Luckily, we have seven of our top picks for the best marketing blogs of 2019 that’ll help you up your game! Copyblogger is one of the best content marketing platforms anywhere online. Blogs are purposeful, succinct and educational. Content Marketing Institute. of digital marketing.

3 Studies with Benchmarks for Content Marketing, Blogging and Webinars [UML]

Sword and the Script

Fortunately, there are several new studies that have been published about content marketing, blogging and webinars that provide solid benchmarks. 1) Content marketing benchmarks. Here are a few benchmarks that stood out for me: Content marketing teams remain small.

Data-fueled research to guide blogging, marketing and webinar efforts

PR Daily

Let’s pluck pertinent takeaways from recent studies about content marketing, blogging and webinar trends. Content marketing benchmarks. Here are key takeaways: Content marketing teams remain small. Most organizations field a small content marketing team.

5 Ways to Get More Blog Reads With Social Media

Cision

Marketing is more than the sum of its parts. While each component of your marketing strategy (email, PR, social media, blogs) should bring you results, it’s often better when two or more components work together. Take blogging and social media. You can write knock-’em-dead content, but without a push from other places, your blog may see little to no traffic on its own. Here’s how you can boost your blog’s traffic with a few social media tricks.

10 Reasons Why No One Is Reading Your B2B Blog

B2B PR Sense

Despite all your efforts, does your B2B blog get about as much traffic as a back alleyway? Low traffic is a frustrating challenge for any blog owner, and it might be tempting to throw in the towel -- but hear us out first! Don’t be too hasty to put the brakes on your B2B blogging efforts. Studies show that 69% of marketers plan to increase their use of blogging this year -- because it is so effective. So.What’s Holding Your B2B Blog Back? It's A New Blog.

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Three big lessons I’ve learned from 10 years’ blogging as PR Warrior

PR Warrior

I recently notched up 10 years blogging under the PR Warrior handle. equivalent of 7 years), then I’ve been at this social media and content marketing caper for 70 years! But seriously, blogging regularly since 2007 has allowed me to… MORE. The post Three big lessons I’ve learned from 10 years’ blogging as PR Warrior appeared first on PR Warrior | Trevor Young.

Why Do You Need a Blog For Your Business Website?

PReview: A Blog by NewsVoir

Deciding to start a blog for your website can be a dilemma for you as a business owner. In this article, we are going to discuss the pros of having a blog on your website. The post Why Do You Need a Blog For Your Business Website? Content Marketing Digital Media blogging

How Long Should a Blog Post be in 2019? [And Other Key Blogging Statistics You Should Know]

Sword and the Script

Writers that report success with blogging share the following characteristics: They are more likely to write longer or more in-depth content; They tend to spend six or more hours writing a post; They are 2.5 That’s according to the findings of the latest survey by Orbit Media, a web design company that has surveyed about 1,000 bloggers annually for the last several years. 1) How long should a blog post be? Today the average blog post is 1151 words.

Connect your hospital blog with your community

PR Daily

Blogs connect your community hospital with the online health care community. Though blogs are a cheap, simple way to present lots of data and information online, an effective blog is written with intention. Defining a clear target audience for your hospital’s blog(s) is just as important as in traditional forms of marketing. Niche blogging narrows the focus of your message and allows you to connect on a deeper level.

Next Steps in Social Media Marketing

Flack's Revenge

If social media were a brand, it’s one that I think most would agree has been tarnished. And it’s not just about Facebook or even social media. Are the waters safe for social media marketing? I’m blogging on the following topic and wanted to get the thoughts of you and others who rock it in social media and related areas like digital PR, and content and influencer marketing. Are the social media waters still safe for marketing?

How does your blog effect the bottom line?

PR Daily

Tell us about the success of your blog, social media campaign and more. Enter PR Daily’s 2019 Digital Marketing & Social Media Awards. The post How does your blog effect the bottom line? Content Marketing Marketing Media Relations PR PR Daily Awards Social Media marketing awards social media awardsThe late-submission deadline is April 17. appeared first on PR Daily.

Binge Blogging: 30 Blog Posts in 30 Days

Polaris

What is binge blogging? Similar to binge watching, binge blogging is the practice of blogging more frequently than usual for a period of time. When I explained I was going to heavy up my blogging to a new acquaintance I met at a networking event, he asked if I was planning to post 3 or 4 times daily. If you’re blogging once a week, a binge could be posting 3 to 4 times a week for a month. My binge is a blog post a day for the next 30 days.

9 Blogs To Make You PR-Smart

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

One of the best ways is to stay on top of key PR industry blogs as well as more general sites that offer a fresh take on business, creativity, and content. Why limit yourself to PR blogs when there’s a whole world of interesting stuff that can offer important information as well as increase specific skill sets? Blogs That Can Make You Smarter. Industry or Workplace Blogs. ” The blog is a reliable source of macro PR information and industry trends.

A marketing communicator’s guide to effective blogging

Agility PR Solutions

Blogging is one of the most effective tools that every business owner has right at their fingertips. There is little in the way of personal marketing quite like blogging. Every business needs a blog For a new business especially, blogging can be the […]. The post A marketing communicator’s guide to effective blogging appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. Analysis Public Relations social media

Marketing Communications

Onclusive

Ever since Regis McKenna published The Regis Touch , high-tech marketing executives have known that their earned media (PR, for those of us antiquated enough to use that term) has far more credibility and impact than advertising, especially in B2B markets where purchase decisions are reviewed by multiple parties before a transaction is approved. This blog was originally published by Geoffrey Moore on LinkedIn. (Credibility + Impact) versus (Reach + Frequency).

10 essential PR blogs to read

PR Daily

However, some of the most thought-provoking commentary and helpful advice comes from PR professionals who publish their own blogs. Many of the blogs are well known and highly influential. Most PR and marketing professionals have their personal list of favorite industry blogs and online publications. The following is a list of favorite PR blogs, in no particular order. Feel free to keep this list as a resource to regularly revisit these blogs.

5 Free Blog Editorial Calendars to Improve Your Content Marketing

Polaris

Do you want to be better organized in your blogging? Write marketing content more quickly and more efficiently? If you said yes, the solution is simple: get a blog editorial calendar. A blog editorial calendar is a calendar filled with the schedule of your upcoming posts. The style of calendar you use will vary depending on the objective of your blog, the kind of content you create and the type of organization you work for. 3: Content Marketing Institute.

Content Marketing Lessons Learned From Our Best Performing Blog Posts

Polaris

Hopefully we learn a few content marketing lessons by reviewing the past year, then use that information to develop even more effective editorial calendars in 2015. Here are some of Polaris’ most popular blog posts from 2014, along with the lessons they taught us. Content Marketing Lesson #1: Make it useful and timely. The introduction of this country’s new anti-spam legislation (CASL) on July 1 was one of the biggest marketing developments this year.

How to write blogs humans want to read

PR Daily

Here are 10 steps to take before every blog post: 1. If your blog is too difficult to read, your bounce rate will be high and the time spent on page will be very low. The last thing on your blog checklist when writing for humans is to include examples, case studies, and testimonials. Gini Dietrich is the founder and CEO of Arment Dietrich , an integrated marketing communications firm. A version of this article first appeared on the Spin Sucks blog.

The Top Public Relations and Marketing Blog Posts on Sword and the Script for 2019

Sword and the Script

There were 62 posts published on this blog in 2019. In going through the reader analytics for the full year, these are the top 10 most-read posts on this blog about public relations (PR) and marketing. 6) How Long Should a Blog Post be in 2019?

10 outstanding corporate blogs

PR Daily

There seems to be a lot of noise about the "death of the company blog.". In a world with so many shiny balls to chase—such as Snapchat and Instagram—are blogs still viable? A few years ago, I did a comprehensive study of the best company blogs in America, and it''s time to reconsider this channel. What is the state of the art in company blogging? What are the best company blogs today? list, the elite designees would be all tech blogs.

How many blog posts should you publish?

PR Daily

There’s no universal magic number of blog posts that every organization should create per month in order to see results. Though the perfect amount of blog content doesn’t exist, there is a range to shoot for. Depending on what your company goals are and what your capacity is for creating content, you can find a blogging sweet spot. Think of this option as the bare minimum, as in one blog post a week or one blog post every other week.

14 of the Best Budget-Friendly Tools to Help You Master PR, Content and Social Media

Garrett Public Relations

The post 14 of the Best Budget-Friendly Tools to Help You Master PR, Content and Social Media appeared first on PR Consultant Garrett Public Relations Columbus/Worthington OH.

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B2B Marketing: When You Finally Achieve Thought Leadership, Don’t Let it Slip Away

Sword and the Script

She works for a B2B tech company that “doesn’t believe marketing” but she knows they need it desperately. And I don’t think any competent marketing expert that’s being honest can. And marketing lives and dies on momentum. A blog with B2B sales attribution.

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6 Blogs Every PR Pro Should Read

Critical Mention

Blogs are an effective way for PR and marketing pros to get information quickly and easily. With so many blogs out there, the challenge becomes which ones to choose while you’re on your daily commute, coffee break or even at your desk. So we’ve done the research for you and listed our top six blogs that will keep you in the know! Its day-to-day covers give you breaking news, controversial marketing and PR campaigns and amusing memes.

Top Blogs For PR To Follow

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

There are many public relations industry blogs that offer know-how on everything from crafting brilliant media pitches to perfecting presentation skills. But how to determine which blogs are me-too, and which are worth your while? After that, the blog world is your oyster! Follow these blogs to increase your PR acumen. Bad Pitch Blog. But instead of fearing that a pitch may end up in a post, use the blog for good! The Grammarly Blog.

Blogging Upstream

Waxing UnLyrical

Tootzypop , the lifestyle blog I founded for savvy women over 40 , is no exception. Because most successful media follows a formula. I know, I’ve worked in the media my entire career. In women’s online media, the formula is one part fashion and beauty, one part yoga and fitness, one part recipe swap, a ginormous dose of mommy blogging; mix and cover with a thick frosting of e-shopping. The world doesn’t need another fashion blog, yoga site, or recipe roundup.

15 superb blogs and websites for PR pros to follow

PR Daily

Updating your media lists? Here are the top blogs and websites every PR pro should know: The Skimm This one’s all about the newsletter. You’ll get timely takes on every topic, including the latest sexual harassment allegations, the NBA finals, and explanations of whatever new acronym is popping up in social media. PRSay PRSay is the blog of the largest U.S. The sassy editorial tone and well-researched reporting make this blog an essential read.

The Beginner’s Guide to Blogging 9/10: In Media Res

Shift Communications

Blogging isn’t going out of style any time soon; with the ascent of content marketing, blogging, podcasting and video are on the minds of marketers and PR professionals all the time. In this 10-part Beginner’s Guide to Blogging series, we’re going to explore what makes a blog great and give you some structures and frameworks to help make blogging easier. Beginner's Guide to Blogging Series: Part 1: Blog Core Values. In Media Res.

Why Social Media Platforms and Apps are Crucial to Marketing Your Brands

ReimaginePR

Now that we’re neck-deep into the age of social media, having a website isn’t even enough anymore. Yes, social media is that crucial to surviving our Facebook-posting, Instagram-storying, Live Tweeting, TikToking world. But first: What Exactly is Social Media Marketing?