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Data-Driven PR Campaign Planning: Part 1

Onclusive

PR campaign planning includes: Setting clear objectives that help drive measurable business impact and organizational success Identifying and understanding the appropriate audiences Developing a strategy to effectively communicate messages that resonate to these audiences Measuring how well these activities achieved the objectives.

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Data-Driven PR Campaign Planning: Part 2

Onclusive

Welcome back to our blog series about data-driven PR campaign planning! This week, we’re concluding the series with an overview of how to craft your messaging, identify the right authors and outlets, distribute strategically and proactively, and finally, measure success. Measure success. What’s in it for them?

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Adapting to a Data-Driven PR World

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While acquiring data can be easy, finding the data that is accurate and supports your brand’s work, mission and goals is more complex. You need to do more than find data; you need to find the right data. Data-driven PR is here, and if you don’t make data a priority, your brand risks becoming irrelevant.

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Embracing the Data-Driven PR Future (And Math)

Shift Communications

As communications becomes more digital, more quantified, and more data-driven, the pressure is on for pros to be as comfortable with data collection, metrics and measurement as they are at writing and creativity. Data-Driven PR communications marketing math Research statistics' Meet Shannon.

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Clearing the Two Biggest and Heaviest Cultural Roadblocks for PR/Communications’ Data-Driven Journeys (Part 2)

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Three key focus areas where short-term approaches mar the benefit of strategic and critical thinking and planning: Focusing on measurements and reporting as an activity instead of analyzing trends and patterns and adding more context for deeper and actionable insights – which can become capabilities embedded in various PR/Communications processes.

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Review: Measure What Matters Most – A Think With Google Guide for Marketers

Shift Communications

Critical and creative thinking are fast becoming the skills to develop and Google seeks to help with that with this product. Google’s new guide, “ Measure What Matters Most “, drives home the point of improving outcomes by focusing on the customer journey. Better Measurement. Measurement.

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2024’s Top 5 PR Trends: What to Watch

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Writing copy for social media is the most popular use for AI, according to 64% of PR pros. However, remember that AI should not replace human-written content and creativity. AI research In 2023, 58% of PR pros surveyed tapped into AI to conduct research. Data-driven PR Data-driven PR uses analytics to guide PR strategies.

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