Content Marketing: Don’t Make Home Improvements to Rental Property

Sword and the Script

It’s almost cliché, except the advice is sage: when it comes to content marketing , don’t make home improvements to a rental property. Blab was sort of a middle ground between Periscope (single-user video) and Google Hangouts (multiple users),” reported Matt McGee , in a news piece for Marketing Land. “It It allowed up to four people to participate in a live video chat and quickly became popular among marketers for its ease of use and integration with social media.”.

How social media can help you raise your profile as a speaker

PR Daily

Before you speak, take time to market yourself and generate buzz online. Use social bookmarking tools like Delicious, Digg and StumbleUpon to get people to share your expertise. Marketing Social MediaUse digital platforms to help you build buzz, facilitate audience interaction and forge genuine connections. This article originally appeared on PR Daily in January of 2018. Delivering a memorable, effective speech is a difficult mission, but it’s not impossible.

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Why and how PR pros should adopt the PESO model

PR Daily

Although there are industry voices committed to the idea that a PR professional who says she can tie her efforts back to your business results is a snake-oil saleswoman, there are also voices, such as Monique Bonner, the vice president of marketing at Dell, who told Mashable, “It drives me crazy when PR people say they aren’t in marketing.” ” PR is marketing and sales and customer service. Marketing Media Relations

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The four best social media executions I’ve seen during Super Bowl week (so far)

Communications Conversations

I wrote about this fabulous piece of content marketing yesterday. Best Buy — Facebook Live with the Minnesota Vikings’ Stefon Diggs. But, you didn’t see too many brands truly “activate” the celeb like Best Buy did with its Facebook Live with Stefon Diggs. In fact, I saw Diggs at the Ford Truck booth at Super Bowl LIVE on Saturday night, and it appeared the only thing he was doing was taking pics with fans.

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Why and how PR pros should adopt the PESO model

PR Daily

Although there are industry voices committed to the idea that a PR professional who says she can tie her efforts back to your business results is a snake-oil saleswoman, there are also voices, such as Monique Bonner, the vice president of marketing at Dell, who told Mashable, “It drives me crazy when PR people say they aren’t in marketing.”. PR is marketing and sales and customer service. Arment Dietrich , an integrated marketing communications firm.

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How social media can help you raise your profile as a speaker

PR Daily

Before you speak, take time to market yourself and generate buzz online. Use social bookmarking tools like Delicious, Digg and StumbleUpon to get people to share your expertise. Delivering a memorable, effective speech is a difficult mission, but it’s not impossible. There’s help around every digital corner. Social media, in particular, offers a potential goldmine of support and resources that can help you knock your next presentation out of the park.

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Don’t be the James Franco of health care communications

PR Daily

This post isn’t supposed to be my mini-diatribe about how I agreed with the playwright; it’s supposed to be about how you can avoid being the James Franco of your marketing department. Let’s not forget about all your pins, posts, tweets, circles, “likes” and “diggs.”. I’d describe my feelings about James Franco as agnostic.

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It’s time to call the Popeye’s tweet a huge social media win

Communications Conversations

I’ve been a long-time skeptic of these Twitter battles, as I believe they add virtually nothing from a marketing/communications perspective. According to reports, Popeye’s then assembled a small marketing team to come up with the following retort: And the Twitter war was on. And Stephon Diggs. This is the kind of word-of-mouth and influencer marketing most organizations dream of. ICYMI, another “Twitter war” broke out last week.

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UBER: So Cool, Yet So Uncool

Flatiron Communications

The forum was set up by investor and entrepreneur Jason Calacanis; Chris Sacca and Digg’s Kevin Rose were its “chapter heads.” I’ll never forget how Pepsi International’s CEO, on the heels of Coca Cola’s “New Coke” launch debacle, instructed his global marketing chiefs to hold news conferences in their respective regions to “launch’…New Coke.

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Defining the “Post-Truth” Environment

Return on Reputation

It’s not simply a recent and strictly political phenomena, nor is “post-truth” an ephemeral trend like Second Life or Digg. In upcoming blog posts, we’ll be looking in-depth at the implications of “post-truth” for a wide range of communicators, from crisis management and IR specialists to lifestyle brand marketers and issue advocacy communicators.

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5 Ways to Step Up Your Infographics

PR Breakfast Club

Right at the bottom there are more sharing options for some of the lesser known networks like Tumblr, Digg and more. Sarah Landrum graduated from Penn State with degrees in Marketing and PR. There was a time when simply creating and sharing an infographic would net you a ridiculous amount of attention. Those days are long gone because now everyone has figured out the importance of visual content and therefore infographics are used much more frequently. Now, the space is competitive.

7 Reasons To Add Amplify To Your Social Networks

Waxing UnLyrical

Plus one peeve I have with any network like this or Digg, etc. The Obligatory New Year’s Resolutions Post | Marketing, Public Relations and Social Media Blog | Atlanta, GA says: December 29, 2010 at 5:07 pm [.]