Fri.Oct 19, 2018

Lies, damned lies and facts

Stuart Bruce

It’s an inconvenient truth that facts don’t convince people. In fact, there is evidence that facts can work to convince people to believe the exact opposite, even more strongly than they did before.

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3 Places to Surf Ahead of the News

Shift Communications

For centuries, humans rode waves as a form of transportation, from ancient Polynesian cultures onward. Surfers swim out into turbulent waters and find a wave to match speeds with. The basic idea then is to be ahead of the break, riding the wave to the shore.

Why the GDPR applies to your business—regardless of your EU footprint

PR Daily

Should you be concerned about Europe’s new laws on consumer data collection and security?

The End of Spell Check?

HMA Public Relations

Spell check has provided a much-needed crutch for many adults who are not – or have never been -- great spellers. Spelling is emphasized in schools […]. The post The End of Spell Check? appeared first on HMA Public Relations.

Harness the Power of Influencers and Advocates

Learn how to find and use influencers and advocates to gain buyer's trust on your behalf.

7 essential marketing podcasts

PR Daily

Marketing is among the most volatile industries, making it hard to stay current. Every week brings new platforms, new ways to communicate and new guidelines to follow. It’s crucial to stay on top of trends and consumer preferences, but who has the time? Podcasts to the rescue.

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Elle apologizes for fake news tweet to encourage voter registration

PR Daily

There are a plethora of headlines encouraging people to vote, but Elle thought it would try a different approach to reach the younger demographic. On Thursday, it tweeted: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are splitting up ???? link] pic.twitter.com/u7qqojWVlR.

Is Fortnite Addiction for Real?

Mindful Marketing

by David Hagenbuch , founder of Mindful Marketing & author of Honorable Influence Alcohol, gambling, opioids: Out-of-control consumption of such things has upended the lives of many. Now some are arguing for an unlikely addition to the list of harmful obsessions—Fortnite.

Do marketing pros have an honesty problem?

PR Daily

It’s quite common to be dishonest as children from time to time. It’s a behavior most people outgrow. After all, deep down, we all know it’s wrong. That is, unless you work in marketing.

Potential Threats to Brand Reputation: A Changing Professional Landscape

Zignal Labs

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Top 15 Free PR Ideas to Grow Your Online Business

You've got a great idea, you've built your killer team, and you've maybe even gone through the first round or two of funding.

5 ways to get your team to tell you the truth

PR Daily

Are you squeezing every ounce of creativity and honest feedback out of your team? You could be missing out on a trove of original ideas—all because of a simple, yet rampant, fear. Fear of speaking up (FOSU) is a workplace epidemic that stifles innovation and creative problem-solving.

The 5 most popular stories on PR Daily this week

PR Daily

Here are the five most widely read stories this week on PR Daily : 7 underrated habits of workplace winners. 30 jobs in the PR and marketing world. I nfographic: The best times to schedule your social media post. 3 steps for paring your brimming résumé. Report: How content marketing builds trust. RELATED: Earn recognition for your videos and visual designs that captivated audiences. ]. Image via