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Investor Relations Thoughts and Best Practices in the COVID-19 Environment | Business Wire Blog

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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all aspects of our lives. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed amid a sea of information, but it’s paramount to focus on the health and safety of loved ones, family and co-workers. My partners and I founded Blueshirt in 1999, right before the tech stock bubble, and we’ve helped guide companies through the highs and lows of major financial events over the past 20 years. investor relations

Public Relations Agencies and Public Opinion

Ronn Torossian

Public Relations (PR) may be a misconstrued element in marketing, but it has the potential to shape public opinion. Day-to-day decisions on products and services bought are closely linked to efforts of public relations. The media, on its part, spreads PR news and information shaping public opinion on various issues or commodities. With the introduction […]. The post Public Relations Agencies and Public Opinion appeared first on.

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Consumer behavior in the coronavirus crisis—new insights on the impact of COVID-19

Agility PR Solutions

As retail marketers continue to brainstorm their way through this unprecedented crisis, it’s a good time to evaluate what consumers are thinking—what they’re buying now, how they’re buying it, what they’re notbuying, and how long they think the crisis will last.

The Fundamentals of a Coaching Program


The Fundamentals of a Coaching Program. Key Pieces of Education Day My occupation is to employ the appropriate folks, he states. Then the work thing occurred. Which is charming sometimes. Each day contains hiking and games. It’s practically impossible to begin planning past the subsequent day until you have the capability to speed your students, which is a time-consuming procedure, even if things go easily. Brooklin Spring Fair’s Education Day is an fantastic potential of Gr.

Harness the Power of Influencers and Advocates

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

How to rebalance your marketing campaigns during this pandemic  

Agility PR Solutions

When an unexpected event of national or global scale dramatically changes the marketing environment, such as what’s happening now with the coronavirus, how should marketers respond?

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5 questions PR must conquer to thrive in digital media

Agility PR Solutions

Your public relations policies and department are the lifeblood of your company. With good PR, you can see your profits soar and your company grow, but with bad PR, you can see your customer pool dry up.

Share your life-changing nonprofit PR work

PR Daily

Enter PR Daily’s Nonprofit PR Awards to showcase the comms work that has made the world a better place. The entry deadline is April 24. The post Share your life-changing nonprofit PR work appeared first on PR Daily. PR Daily Awards

25+ companies engaging in social good during COVID-19

Muck Rack

25+ companies engaging in social good during COVID-19

How to use brand journalism to engage your community

PR Daily

When looking to engage internal audiences and highlight important stories within your organization, having a journalist’s eye can help you find the story gold. In 1992, Karen and Morrill Worcester, owners of Worcester Wreath Company of Harrington, Maine, turned a surplus of holiday season wreaths into a national movement honoring our military heroes. They started by making arrangements to place the wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery, in a section that had been receiving few visitors.

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.

Media Moves at Forbes & NBC News, Washington Post Hires Classical Music Critic


Jack Brewster joins Forbes, Paul Gerke new at NBC News, and more. Media Blog

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Instacart to hire 300K, how COVID-19 is changing social media habits, and Facebook offers small business resources during the pandemic

PR Daily

Also: Ford, GE and 3M collaborate on medical supplies, Twitter ramps up verification, Cadbury announced its new ‘spokesbunny,’ and more. Good morning, PR pros: Those needing a lift before diving into COVID-19 coverage and crisis communications might smile with Cadbury’s announcement of its 2020 bunny: A two-legged hound named Lieutenant Dan clinched the title. Thank you to all those who entered and voted during the 2020 Cadbury Tryouts! The new Bunny is … Lieutenant Dan!

Do’s and don’ts of webinars with


In times when companies have to cancel events due to COVID-19, hosting webinars online is a useful way to stay in touch with your audience. Best Practices

7 tips for a winning Q&A

PR Daily

To engage your audience, answer their queries and get real-time input on your presentation, offer a question-and-answer session near—not after—the end of your talk. Here’s what to do. For connecting your leaders to your dispersed workforce, a Q&A can be a powerful tool, even in times of crisis. Adding a Q&A to your talk can be a great way to get instant feedback, engage your audience in conversation and ensure you’ve covered everything.

How to “Kill It” During Your Next Big Change

When it comes to change communication, employees need your help to understand what’s happening. Use these four steps to help employees navigate change.

What’s your data really worth? It depends on your data maturity level

Agility PR Solutions

Brands and businesses continue to struggle with harnessing the value of the mounds of available data, which can lead to misinterpreted or downright unreliable insights.

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Get the latest crisis news delivered daily to your inbox

PR Daily

We’re introducing a new digital newsletter—the Crisis Communication Daily—a rundown of the top tips, best practices and headlines on crisis management to help guide communicators through COVID-19 and future crises. These are the times where communicators’ value couldn’t be more apparent. In the depths of the worst health care crisis in over 100 years, and the economic shockwave that accompanies it, many are turning to their employers for information.

COVID-19 Drives Up Open Rates for E-Newsletters

HMA Public Relations

An early trend we are seeing as a result of people working from home is the increase in the open rates of e-newsletters. Read more! The post COVID-19 Drives Up Open Rates for E-Newsletters appeared first on HMA Public Relations. Featured PR Observations and Preferences COVID-19 e-newsletters HMA Public Relations newsletters open rates

Do’s and don’ts of webinars with


In times when companies have to cancel events due to COVID-19, hosting webinars online is a useful way to stay in touch with your audience

Top tips on how to feel productive whilst working from home


In light of the recent government announcement, you may find yourself in a position where you are currently working from home if you are able to do so. At first, this may seem a little strange and you might be struggling to adapt to your new work place.

Media Moves at Forbes & NBC News, Washington Post Hires Classical Music Critic


Jack Brewster joins Forbes, Paul Gerke new at NBC News, and more

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Digital vs. Traditional PR – Overlaps and Distinctions


As more consumers are spending more time online and on social media, digital PR has become a necessity for most brands. For many, though, the jump from traditional PR to digital PR has come with some confusing and challenging hurdles. That’s not surprising given how similar – and how different – digital and traditional PR can be.

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Content marketing that is truly making a difference during the COVID-19 outbreak

Communications Conversations

So much of social media marketing, and marketing in general, for that fact, seems like it’s almost in the background right now. First and foremost, many people are worried about their health and the health of loved ones. Next, they’re worried about their jobs and income. That’s about where it ends–right now at least.

What’s the New Demand? (Pandemic and Your Brand)

David PR Group

We know that we’re looking at a new normal for business, at least in the short term. Once the economy “turns back on,” some businesses will not survive while a few lucky companies will be able to quickly begin doing the same work they have always done. Eventually, restaurants will reopen. Same thing with hotels. Services will be offered again (and hopefully I will be able to get a haircut.) Realistically, most of us will be operating at some reduced capacity.

Popeyes Missed the Mark With Covid Campaign

Flack Me

Category: Flack Me Summary: Popeyes wanted to give away Netflix passwords in a campaign during coronavirus pandemic. A health and economic crisis, with stay-at-home orders and vulnerable frontline workers, and this is the brand’s response

Coronavirus coverage has led to a huge boost in engagement for some publishers


The coronavirus pandemic has led people to turn to the publishers they trust for information. We looked at the engagement data around it. You may have read Kevin Roose and Gabriel Dance’s excellent piece in The New York Times on Monday about the sheer amount of traffic publishers are seeing from Facebook as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. . One of the positive effects of this is that people are turning to news organizations that they trust to get news of the crisis.

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