PR Lessons from Walmart's Greeter Policy Change

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Category: Flack Me Summary: The position, which was originally initiated by Sam Walton in 1980, has become a signature aspect of the Walmart brand

Big CPG Brands Will Start Reusing Packaging

Flack Me

Category: Flack Me Summary: Ice cream, soda, dish soap to be sold in reusable containers; Pepsi, Unilever, P&G sign onto pilot program in Europe, U.S.

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Avoid These 10 Common Rebranding Mistakes

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Do it well, and you set your brand up for success. Category: Flack Me Summary: Rebranding can be tricky. Do it poorly, and you become a punchline

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Brand Lessons From PayPal's Mistake

Flack Me

Category: Flack Me Summary: A man wrote PayPal to say his wife had died. The company's response was heartless

5 Types of Tools For Freelance PR Pros

Flack Me

Category: Flack Me Summary: With the prevalence of social media, brand journalism and digital marketing campaigns, more and more PR pros are cutting the cord on the typical office gig

8 Keys to Reaching Gen Z on Social Media

Flack Me

Category: Flack Me Summary: Publishers and brand managers are already trying to pinpoint what catches the attention of a generation that’s yet to come of age

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Create Brand Awareness With Niche Marketing

Ronn Torossian

The post Create Brand Awareness With Niche Marketing appeared first on. Brand PR Public Relations 5WPR CEO Insights MARKETING PR Agency Ronn Torossian

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Building a Brand in 2020

Ronn Torossian

A strong brand allows consumer advocates to spread your company’s messaging and offerings to a larger audience. To historians, the word “brand” dates all the way back to 2700 BC, but it was popularized in the 19th century […].

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The Shifting in Brand-Influencer Relationships

Ronn Torossian

It seems that any time a user logs into Instagram, there are countless posts promoting certain brands. The post The Shifting in Brand-Influencer Relationships appeared first on. Gym wear, supplements, hair products, skincare, sports treatments, CBD — the list goes on and on.

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This is How Brand Marketing Will Thrive in 2020

Ronn Torossian

Brand marketing is a hot topic of conversation among marketing professionals. As the traditional norms of marketing give way to the all-out blitz that is digital marketing, it’s beneficial for brands to do their best to look ahead and try to anticipate what’s coming.

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How Brands Create Fans

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Too many B2C brands have outsourced their customer relationships to influencers like celebrities for hire. Influencers are effective, but how much more powerful is an authentic fan of that brand? What about more mundane brands and businesses?

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#PRExpanded Guest Post: Socializing Your Brand … What’s That?

PR Expanded

Just a few short years ago, brands were pondering whether to give this social media thing a try or not. Plus, people would use this opportunity to backslash brands, right? So, how do you socialize your brand? Socialize Your Brand in Three Steps. Branding Guest Post PR 2.0

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PERSONAL BRANDING: Why your online visibility matters

PR Warrior

The post PERSONAL BRANDING: Why your online visibility matters appeared first on PR Warrior | Trevor Young. Personal branding Social media Google LinkedIn Medium TwitterIn a connected world where people do their homework before doing business with you, how do you stack up?

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Getting Political in Branding and Messaging

Flack's Revenge

It used to be a much simpler world for brand development. Today it’s more complicated, as I wrote in my post: United we Brand. What does this mean for the arts of messaging and brand development? Rethinking the Brand Question Framework.

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 Use Digital PR to Give Brands Identity

Ronn Torossian

Without consistent engagement, no brand will realize the potential of their social media digital PR efforts. That consistency is vital to a brand’s success on social media, and it’s not enough to just consistently post content.

How Brands Can Earn More Press Coverage

Ronn Torossian

Every brand wants more earned media, but, too often, these well-meaning brands go about it in all the wrong ways. The post How Brands Can Earn More Press Coverage appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog. Brand PR Business 5WPR CEO BRANDING Ronn Torossian

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Why NOT to change your branding

Ronn Torossian

It’s a new year and many people might be considering shaking things up with new branding. Clients usually come to PR firms, especially around this time of year, for help creating a new logo and developing a new brand identity. Brand PR PR Agency Public Relations

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Brand Awareness: It’s All About Content

Onclusive

CMOS and CEOs Sound Off on the Essentials for Getting Buzz and Building Your Brand Awareness. For marketers, this makes brand awareness a huge challenge: How do we stand out above the noise? Pick one differentiating facet of your brand and focus on it consistently.”.

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How Cannabis Brands Can Improve Their Visibility

Ronn Torossian

For entrepreneurs hoping to advance their brands, this boom in legal cannabis presents an incredible opportunity to convert media coverage into positive brand capital- […]. Brand PR Business Media Relations PR Agency PR Inspiration Public Relations Ronn Torossian

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Avoid Brand-Killing Tweets

Ronn Torossian

Unfortunately, it’s also been where far too many careers and brands have gone to die, imploding in a barrage of negative PR related to, sometimes, a single tweet. The post Avoid Brand-Killing Tweets appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog.

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Building Consumer Loyalty Through Brand Transparency

Ronn Torossian

The post Building Consumer Loyalty Through Brand Transparency appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog. PR Firm PR Inspiration Public Relations Ronn Torossian 5W Public Relations 5WPR 5WPR CEO BRANDING Insights MARKETING

#PR Takes Your Business Beyond #Brand Awareness

PR Expanded

Brand awareness is just the beginning of what good PR can do for your company. However, without the trust and credibility factor that good PR delivers, the brand will not obtain the advocacy it seeks. So, yes, businesses will continue to rely on PR for brand awareness.

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An Ode to the Authentic Brand

Onclusive

and rarely it falls under a brand strategy function — the last of which is most surprising since PR plays such an important role in brand perception and positioning. This is How You Build a Brand With Soul ”. How Brands Benefit From Exuding Real Human Emotion ”.

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How to Turn Your Personal Story Into a Compelling Brand

ReimaginePR

The most important part of branding is storytelling. You must cultivate a brand story that adds context and meaning to what would otherwise be dull facts and figures. Your brand story should be authentic, relatable, and deeply human. Think of your brand as a person.

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Women form stronger brand intimacy bonds—which brand is #1?

Agility PR Solutions

Which brands do women have emotional connections with in 2019? in the latest Brand Intimacy 2019 Study, the largest study of brands based on emotion, from marketing intimacy agency MBLM. The post Women form stronger brand intimacy bonds—which brand is #1?

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Media & entertainment industry again tops latest brand intimacy study

Agility PR Solutions

The media & entertainment industry ranked first for the third year in a row in the latest Brand Intimacy 2020 Study,the largest study of brands based on emotions, from brand intimacy agency MBLM. The remaining brands in the […]. Public Relations branding

4 Ways PR Creates Brand Attachment

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

While top-tier marketing and advertising are valuable, associated PR campaigns can help propel a brand to the next level of emotional attachment. You feel connected to these brands. Some customers are initially attracted to certain brands because they like their ad message.

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United we Brand? Top Reads on Corporate Activism

Flack's Revenge

Should brands take a stand? So, what’s a brand (and their top execs) to do? Fence-sitters might alienate those who want to know the brand’s political and social colors. The ensuing narrative has been that “taking a stand is no longer an option for brands.”

4 Pitfalls of Brand Journalism to Avoid

Onclusive

Not only have we spent thousands of hours building a product that can give it definitive value and metrics, but we’ve also dedicated endless amounts of energy developing, executing and #shamelesslyplugging our own blog, brand channel, whatever-you-wanna-call-it-where-no-one-tells-us-what-to-do.

Should Brands Take A Stand?

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

The common public relations wisdom about brands and politics is that they don’t mix. The bigger the brand, the more risk-averse the marketing team tends to be, with good reason. But nowadays there’s pressure for brands to take a stand. The answer depends on the brand.

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This is How to Build a Brand With Soul

Onclusive

Even though there’s more data to work with than ever, it’s still terribly important to stick to the soul of your brand. Musings branding

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Brand intimacy in 2020—which brands and industries are making emotional connections?

Agility PR Solutions

With today’s über-fast pace of brand marketing and the many ways consumers can purchase from and interact with brands and retailers, it’s become a challenge for brands to establish real emotional connections, even with their most regular patrons. Public Relations branding

Brand Journalists

HMA Public Relations

The post Brand Journalists appeared first on HMA Public Relations. Featured PR Observations and Preferences PRSA Annelise Krafft brand journalists corporate PR in-house PR internal communications PRSA PhoenixAt the latest PRSA Phoenix New Pros Mentorship meeting, Annelise heard from internal communicators that in-house PR is taking a surprising turn. Read more!

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Brands Tackling Social Issues

5W PR

According to 5W’s 2020 Consumer Culture Report , some consumers are influenced when a brand aligns with a cause they’re passionate about (83%), and others would like to see a CEO of a company speak out on issues they care about (76%).

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Why and how communicators must protect their brands from ‘techlash’

PR Daily

To modify the perception of their brands, tech companies must reevaluate how they align with deeper social values. In a recent study , respondents from Generation Z say they value brands and products that champion societal and environmental benefits.

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What Aretha Franklin Can Teach Brands About Making a Mark

Ronn Torossian

The post What Aretha Franklin Can Teach Brands About Making a Mark appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog. Brand PR PR Inspiration Ronn Torossian 5W PR 5WPR CEO Insights

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5 best practices for brands and individuals on LinkedIn

PR Daily

There are a number of ways to get your brand that “new year, new you” look. Here are five tools and approaches: Self-audit: The start of a calendar year is a great time to reevaluate your brand’s content. Remember to consider your purpose and why you’re using LinkedIn for your brand.

How to Use AI to Build a Brand Narrative

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AirPR’s new Research Trends TM provides insight into how to build a brand Narrative. When your brand builds a clear narrative and fine-tunes messaging, it clears the way for reaching both your customers and other decision makers.

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#PRStudChat Discusses Personal Branding & How to Land A Dream Job

PR Expanded

Using social media to launch your personal brand and help you land your dream job. ET, the #PRStudChat community will gather for a Twitter discussion on how social media elevates your personal brand and jumpstarts your career. We’re headed into March and spring is almost here.

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The Complicated Business of Mixing Brand and Politics [Survey]

Sword and the Script

That’s the backdrop for brands considering taking a public stand on a political position. That’s not what we’re talking about here and in my observation, there have been more voices urging brands to take a political position. The Politics (and Brand Risk) Will Change Tomorrow.

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