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What is Data-Driven PR, Part 3: Defining Data

Shift Communications

We’ve used the expression data-driven PR for quite some time now, but haven’t clearly defined it. What does data-driven PR mean? How do you know whether your public relations efforts are data-driven or not? To be data-driven is to make decisions with data first and foremost. In this series, we’ll examine how to become a more data-driven PR professional. Defining Data. Data Sources.

PRTech Is Evolving. Is Your PR Strategy?

PR Expanded

In a recent post , I suggested leveraging Nielsen’s research in order to create data-driven marketing and communications plans. That’s the front-end work every successful campaign entails, but the data cycle doesn’t end there. Equally as important is analyzing campaign data after it has run its course so that those findings can inform future work i.e., once you’ve garnered media hits, it’s then time to uncover the effectiveness (or lack thereof) of the work.

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Why CEOs Should Invest in PR Attribution and PR Measurement

Onclusive

In recent market estimates, digital online and ad spending is expected to grow at approximately 11% per year through 2021. 1 Paid search, display ads, social media, online video advertising and email marketing will grow to 46% of advertising budgets 2. To optimize the ROI on digital marketing spend, CEOs, CCOs, and CMOs need to invest in PRTech , in addition to MarTech. So what does digital marketing growth have to do with PR? PR and marketing convergence.

Getting Your PR Measurement Program in Shape for 2016

Shift Communications

Both in-house and agency marketing teams will be defending the year’s work, planning for 2016 and securing (or hopefully expanding!) Unfortunately there is no silver bullet measurement tool. 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.

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. We’ve discussed on this blog before how to use a data-driven approach to drafting a pitch , but when that pitch turns into a great piece of coverage for your client, there are data-driven strategies you can take to measure the success of the hit.

Recipes: The Missing Ingredient in Many Food PR Content Marketing Mixes

Shift Communications

While product trials and demos can whet an editor’s appetite for a story, recipes are rich content that can both maximize PR campaigns and drive measurable business results in multiple ways. Let’s face it though – if you’re pitching a turkey-themed recipe, odds are so is everyone else. One way to spice up the pitch is using Google Trends early on to identify other food related trends and tailor your recipe pitch accordingly.

Crisis Issue? Own It: Shark Week Case Study, Part 4

Shift Communications

While press release distribution can be costly, the practice can be valuable which is why companies across the globe use them in their PR strategy. The important part of a press release is the proactive media pitching that accompanies a press release. While issuing a press release over a distribution wire is effective, personally pitching key contacts in the national, trade and local media will be an added layer of exposure for any announcement. Email Marketing.

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. Today, I wanted to dive a little more into my personal experience on the subject – including why PR pros should honestly start thinking about expanding their skill sets (and where to start). years working on the technology PR team. I was already starting to see the need to integrate our traditional PR practices with marketing tech.

SHIFT Archives: The Best of Q3 2015

Shift Communications

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. SHIFT honed in on creating a way to choose a PR strategy based on visible, measurable criteria and a meta-strategic framework. These dimensions create four PR environments – traditional, chaotic, innovative, and collaborative. Marketing Coordinator.

Tips to improve your research for PR programs

Media Bullseye

Research is a big part of doing public relations work properly, across virtually every practice of PR. Whether you’re doing background research on a public affairs issue so that you get your strategy right to market-based research on a consumer communication so you get your messaging right, research plays into it. Research is also critical to conducting good measurement. This information will help guide how you tailor your pitch.