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Infographic: How much should you rely on social media?

PR Daily

Are you happy with your current social media strategy? According to a new survey from Sensai , many small-business owners have qualms about their current approach to social media.

Build trust or bust—Edelman reveals urgent need for public companies to address societal issues

Agility PR Solutions

5 Public Relations Trends to Watch in 2019, Starring AI, Ethics and More

Garrett Public Relations

The times they are a-changin’. Never have these lyrics rung as true as they do when we look at the way the PR profession is evolving. Of all the things PR pros can expect in 2019, change seems to be the only constant. Keeping up with the vicissitudes can be difficult for public relations practitioners […]. The post 5 Public Relations Trends to Watch in 2019, Starring AI, Ethics and More appeared first on PR Consultant Garrett Public Relations Columbus/Worthington OH.

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5 strategic ways to boost your business with customer testimonials

Agility PR Solutions

According to Inc., 84 percent of people trust online reviews as much as friends—so for this reason alone, it makes sense to share as many positive reviews and testimonials with your target audience as possible.

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Harness the Power of Influencers and Advocates

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

Developing a Successful PR Strategy For Startup Companies

5W PR

Most startups have a challenge to face when they’re dealing with public relations. Young companies know that they need to create buzz for their organizations – but it’s hard to do that when they don’t have the right connections and budgets in place.

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Holiday Tips to Protect Your Online Reputation

David PR Group

As we close out the year, many of us will attend office-sponsored holiday parties and fun gatherings with friends and neighbors.

Ketchum study: What’s driving Americans to consider driving alternatives?

Agility PR Solutions

The average American driver estimates spending nearly 10 hours per week behind the wheel, yet 29 percent of them have considered trading in their cars, trucks or SUVs in favor of other transportation options, according to a new study from global comms consultancy Ketchum.