Leveraging 4 key types of PR data

Onclusive

Are you sick of talking about PR data yet? Data collection and evaluation are (or, at least, should be) integrated into the daily rituals of PR pros. PR Education assessment data campaign data demographic data perception data PR PR data PR education PR tips public relations types of dataNeither are we.

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Is PR data bias holding you back?

Onclusive

Often, when a PR professional views data that shows the […]. Industry Insights & Trends big data for PR data bias PR data public relations dataWhen it comes to marketing analysis, public relations has been known for output — media relationships developed, placements gained, awareness garnered, and perceptions changed. In-depth analysis and measurement of PR outcomes is a fairly new practice.

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PART 1: Big Data 101 for PR

Onclusive

I’m not sure when it began, but it seems that “Big Data” is becoming THE catch phrase in every business meeting. The emphasis of each Big Data conversation may be different: it may be making sure no data is lost, or the privacy and security concerns of using the cloud, or the automation of analytical […]. All About Tech big data big data 101 PR PR education public relations storytelling

Big Data and the Human Experience

Onclusive

Last week, I had the pleasure of spending 14 hours talking, thinking, and theorizing about the future of Big Data at Dell’s 1-5-10 Big Data event at San Francisco’s Clift Hotel. All About Tech big data data analysis Dell human experience self-actualization The conversations included thoughts and insights from some of … Continued.

How to Drive PR Decisions with Data

Onclusive

My co-panelists Deirdre Breakenridge of Pure Performance Communications and Todd Murphy of Universal Information Services shared examples of practical PR measurement for bottom-line results including the types of data PR and communications professionals should be focusing on when creating their strategies. Industry Insights & Trends big data for PR data analysis media measurement PR measurement

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How to Use Data to Ensure Content Success

Onclusive

Earlier this year, I was a guest on the #DigitalPR Twitter chat in a conversation focused on the use of Big Data by public relations professionals for content success. The first question chat host Sally Falkow asked was whether or not the participants believe Big Data is the future of PR. Being a PR Engineer, […].

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#DataTalk: Harnessing Big Data to Propel PR

Onclusive

Does anyone else feel like everywhere they turn there is some reference to Big Data? Big Data really is impacting every industry and what’s better, it’s rocking the PR world in a ridiculously awesome way. All About Tech big data DataTalk Experian PR PR education public relationsWhile that statement may be steeped in a bit of hyperbole, there is some truth to it.

PART 2: Big Data 101 for PR

Onclusive

All About Tech big data big data 101 big data for PR Frank Jing PR PR education PR tips public relations Ryan Rapp storytelling technologyWe know, we know…sequels so rarely live up to the hype of originals, but I can assure you this part duex is guaranteed to deliver as much punch and pizzazz as what came before. A few weeks ago my colleague and engineering partner-in-crime, Frank Jing, knocked it out of the park with his succinct and […].

Dirty Data?….no!

The Resolution Blog

I have the metrics that you want I am the thing that you need The client looked me deep in the eyes They say there’s no turning back How can you plan your next thing They said they’re not coming back Because he’s distrusting of me… Dirty Data, nah Dirty Data, nah Dirty Daaa?—?— taa, nah Who knew MJ was so knowledgable in PR data and insights? Well now we have the soundtrack we need to take the topic seriously because, yes, clean PR data is ‘a thing’!

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Bits, Bytes and the Ethics of Data

PRSay

Data science, once the domain of math geeks and academics, has moved from windowless basements to the top floors of organizations. If content is king, then data is the emperor. Data has always informed the work of PR professionals, but the sheer volume of information available today raises new ethical and moral questions about what we collect, curate, share and use. We all share the responsibility to create an ethical framework for data use and practices.

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2020: The Year Data Saved The World

Waxing UnLyrical

I think it will be as The Year Data Saved The World. So, while 2020 will certainly be The Year COVID-19 Changed The World, I think it will also be The Year Data Saved The World. Using data to solve a problem. This is what I mean by 2020 being The Year Data Changed The World.

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Pirates, Data and Storytelling

Ishmael's Corner

The post Pirates, Data and Storytelling appeared first on Ishmael's Corner ~ Storytelling Techniques For Business Communications. Anecdotes Guest Posts PR A Song of Fire and Ice adventure stories american gods compelling content content creation context data Emilio Salgari ethical PR fantasy fiction Google Analytics historical context interstellar literature personal anecdote researchThe Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations.

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How I Learned to Embrace Data

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That means I can get data around how dirty my apartment is and areas with the most foot traffic!” “I’m Industry Insights & Trends data public relations“Not only does the vacuum give me a coverage report of where it cleaned, but also the time it took to clean!” I shouted in excitement. I’m not surprised this excites you so much,” said my […].

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How’s Your Data Literacy? Take our quiz and find out!

Onclusive

In fact, its sole purpose is to provide some honest feedback on where your PR data strengths lie and where you may need a […]. All About Tech Data Literacy Data Literacy Quiz PR PR data PR education PR Quiz PRTech public relationsPOP QUIZ, Y’ALL! Ok, so if that sentence brought on mental flashbacks of repressed high school memories, fret not. This quiz isn’t meant to make you sweat, agonize, or relive painful 16 year-old nightmares.

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[Webinar] Using Data to Grow Your PR Budget & Your Team

Onclusive

Date / Time: April 30th, 2020 at 1:00PM EST. In This Webinar You’ll Learn: What data and metrics are most important to executives. The post [Webinar] Using Data to Grow Your PR Budget & Your Team appeared first on Onclusive. Speaker & Webinar Info. Clarissa Horowitz. VP of Marketing, BitGo. Sara Eberle. Director, Global Public Relations, Sophos. Lona Therrien. Sr Director, Global Corporate Communications, Mimecast. Enid Maran. Managing Director, Onclusive.

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Using Data to Grow Your PR Budget & Your Team

Onclusive

Join this panel webinar to learn from four top executives in PR as they discuss how they have leveraged data to grow their budget, expand their team, and advance their careers. In This Webinar You’ll Learn: What data and metrics are most important to executives How to get executive alignment and buy-in on PR How to track key PR & communications metrics And, the best method to showcase your PR results.

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Opinion Out, Data In

Shift Communications

We trust our guts (and have an implicit bias) that our brilliant idea will work best to meet our marketing goals, rather than trusting the data to suggest what will and won’t work. The solution is simple: opinion out, data in. To make data-driven PR work, we must rely on data, not opinion or instinct, to make decisions and come up with ideas that lead us to success. We start with data from past campaigns, past events and past goals.

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2021 Big Data and AI study provides progress report on state of corporate data initiatives

Agility PR Solutions

A newly released executive survey from data-driven business transformation advisors NewVantage Partners of senior C-suite execs explores the topics of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence business adoption in 2021.

How to Empower Data-Driven PR Leaders

Onclusive

Last month, AirPR Chief Strategy Officer Rebekah Iliff moderated a webinar panel for CommPRO on empowering data-driven PR professionals. Industry Insights & Trends data-driven PR future of PR future of public relations PR leadership public relations leadershipShe led a discussion about the traits of the successful PR leader of tomorrow with panelists Jennefer Witter of The Boreland Group, Julia Monti of Mastercard, and KayAnn Schoeneman of Ketchum.

CMOs Foresee Improved Results from Marketing Data & Analytics

Glean.info Blog

Although chief marketing officers (CMOs) have increased spending on marketing data and analytics in recent years, many feel it has not had the impact they expected. Survey respondents cited: poor data quality, inactionable results, lack of clear recommendations, and.

The Importance of Good Data

PRSay

Data: It’s the ones and zeros. But data also represents people and their activities. Its quality has real impact on real people, and the way we treat our data is an expression of how we treat people. With this idea in mind, it’s time to bring the topic of data management up from the basements of our businesses, organizations and governments to our executive floors, boardroom tables and legislatures. Mistreating data means mistreating people.

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How I Learned to Embrace Data

Onclusive

That means I can get data around how dirty my apartment is and areas with the most foot traffic!”. “I’m You love data!”. But my enthusiasm for data caught me by surprise because I wasn’t always like this… These days, I find myself continually quantifying my life: How big was the sample size for the study touted on that whitening toothpaste commercial? What other data points could have been gathered to give more insightful findings?

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What can data predict about employee engagement in 2021?

PR Daily

While no one has a crystal ball, data can give internal communicators some important insights on what to watch out for as they craft new strategies and plans. Staffbase recently released a data trends report that reveals critical insights on how employees feel about workplace communications.

Can data help brands and business leaders stay relevant?

PR Daily

To move fast with purpose and confidence, and to maintain or gain relevance in an ecosystem that is in a constant state of flux, companies and their communications teams must better embrace the role of data. To address the data challenge, many businesses advocate for starting small.

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Is trust the solution to ‘dirty data?’ New study explores quality metrics for data research

Agility PR Solutions

These days, data overload presents challenges more sinister than wasted time and resources—poor data quality can be a big obstacle to a brand or business’s trust-building capability with consumers. The post Is trust the solution to ‘dirty data?’

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The need for Due diligence data room

ReimaginePR

The data room software is normally an internet-based application where you could combine processes of featuring information each and every level of controlling private equity economic. The electronic data room technology is usually reliable and straightforward to use, which solution enables you to exchange newspapers for your corporation faster, much easier and more securely. The secure data room is a modern day solution just for the control of exclusive capital.

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Data Breaches Spike: How Communications Teams Can Respond

Glean.info Blog

The recent data security breaches of multiple federal agencies highlight the ongoing threat of cyber attacks and breaches. Bottom Line : Risks of data breaches have become even greater this year. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay.

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3 Best Practices For Using Data In B2B PR

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Media love data. As most PR people know, data offers a powerful news hook in a way that even a product launch or partnership often doesn’t. It can easily feed a story to make it stronger, and data-driven stories can easily be made visual, which adds to their appeal. Data-driven coverage can establish a brand as a category expert or leader. But developing research and generating data that media find worthwhile is easier said than done. Your data only goes so far.

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Beets, Tomatoes…Big Data?

Shift Communications

The chefs are faced with only the data the ingredients provide and their own intuition. First, we observe and take data and insights we find from our “ingredients,” and then we make something cohesive out of seemingly unrelated odds and ends – our finished meal, so to speak. The chefs grab their beets and lamb; we collect our data. As marketers, we are bombarded with information and data from all directions. So what comes next after the data collections?

PR Reporting for People Who Care About Data

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PR Education PR data PR reporting public relationsThe thing about PR reporting is that it’s really fun when you have positive results to share and the opposite when you don’t. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Even when a campaign doesn’t work out the way you’d hoped it would, valuable learnings always lie between the lines. That’s why this week, we’re sharing […].

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Fresh Data: The PR Answer To No News

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

One way to do it is through shrewd use of data. Whether it’s ad tech or cybersecurity , B2B news is generally underpinned by data. Yet, despite B2B companies often having unique access to insightful information, data is often underused when it comes to PR program planning and earned media outreach. Here are a few ways data can be used to gain media traction during a quiet news period. Granted, not all data is created equal, and some may not be shareable.

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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-driven investigations begin with two parts: Variables. Data Sources.

Data-Backed Tips to Optimize News Release Distribution

Onclusive

Though a large majority of releases are sent on the same days and at roughly the same times, hard data to support these strategies did not exist. However, the innovative study we released at the 2019 PRSA International Conference provides data-backed evidence of best practices that professionals can follow to boost news release performance with multimedia. The post Data-Backed Tips to Optimize News Release Distribution appeared first on Onclusive.

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Introducing Article-Level Data from Cision

Cision

We are so excited to announce the launch of article-level data, allowing communicators to further understand how audiences consume earned media. Product News

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PR Data Insights: How to Benchmark Engagement

Onclusive

PR’s access to data has grown exponentially in the past few years, however one of the most frustrating aspects about measuring PR is the lack of industry benchmarks available. It’s challenging to set measurement goals without an understanding of how others in your field are faring. In fact, PR may be the last business function […]. Industry Insights & Trends AirPR Analyst PR PR advice PR analytics PR measurement

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Big Data, Small Data: Making the Most of the Data Available [Webinar]

Media Bullseye

Businesses now generate and store mountains of data about their work and customers. With more available data than ever before, professionals have the opportunity to analyze and learn from it. Communicators in particular can review data to tell compelling stories and improve how they share information. Many professionals, however, lack experience with and knowledge of data, both big and small, and struggle to process and leverage these sets of information.

Benchmarks Report Shares Key Information on News Release Data

Onclusive

At the 2019 PRSA International Conference, Business Wire , the global leader in news release distribution and regulatory disclosure, and Onclusive , the data science company for communications, reported results from the first-ever impact analysis of nearly 17,000 news releases on generating syndicated pick-up, editorial coverage and social media engagement. The post Benchmarks Report Shares Key Information on News Release Data appeared first on Onclusive.

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How data + emotion = engaging emails & strong ROI

Agility PR Solutions

According to data gathered by the Data and Marketing Association, every dollar spent on email marketing results in an […]. The post How data + emotion = engaging emails & strong ROI appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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Five Steps To Grow Your Communications Budget And Advance Your Career Using Data

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Download this whitepaper to learn: How you can align your PR metrics with business goals & executive KPIs Steps that you can take to get executive buy-in on PR metrics that matter to your business Which PR metrics are most impactful to track for your business How to empower your company with data and showcase your department’s success. The post Five Steps To Grow Your Communications Budget And Advance Your Career Using Data appeared first on Onclusive.

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What is Data-Driven PR? Part 1 of 9

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. While there’s nothing wrong with intuition or experience, they are not the foundations of a data-driven PR program. What It Means to Be Data-Driven. Data guides our decisions.