Wed.Jun 22, 2022

Your Questions About HubSpot Sales Hub, Answered

PR 20/20

L et’s face it: Digging up the answer to a sales CRM question can be a major time suck. Most of us don’t have an extra hour to sit on the phone with a customer support rep or sift through self-help articles for our answers. Today, you don’t have to.

CBS News exec Shawna Thomas’ 3 tips for building better relationships with journalists

PR Daily

Thomas suggests positioning you organization as just one character in a bigger story.


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WorldcomPR’s new War in Ukraine survey of CEOs and CMOS reveals 5 issues requiring action

Agility PR Solutions

New research from The Worldcom Public Relations Group what CEOs are saying about the impact of the War in Ukraine, identifying five main topical issues that global CEOs and CMOs are talking about.

Survey 101

What prominent LGBTQ+ PR pros say about reaching the community in Pride and beyond

PR Daily

Avoid rainbow washing, celebrate intersectionality and more. As Pride month continues to celebrate the lives, bravery and love of LGBTQ+ people across the full spectrums of gender and sexual orientation, PR Daily reached out to a variety of comms pros who are proud members of these communities.

How Startup Leadership Can Inspire the Team to Deliver Results and Become Great

Inspiring the team to do their best, break through barriers and achieve milestones is the core responsibility of the startup leadership. Inspiring people to do great requires installing confidence and the ability to learn from setbacks and failures.

How to conduct background checks on new PR hires

Agility PR Solutions

Before you welcome a new hire onto your PR or marketing team, it’s important to do a background check. You want to make sure that all your marketing and PR employees are who they say they are and that they’re going to do a good job.

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How pandemic and cultural pressures impact consumer connection to brands

Agility PR Solutions

New research from integrated ad agency Arnold Worldwide offers marketing insights for understanding brand equity and the ever-changing factors that drive universal and personal connections with consumers.

Microsoft nixes facial recognition, NHL debuts ASL interpreter and how Americans feel about gas companies’ ESG promises

PR Daily

Also: Doritos pledges $5 million to Black Changemakers program. Hello, communicators: Doritos is investing $5 million to fund and promote an initiative that spotlights Black activists who are making a difference in their communities.

SaaS PR: A definitive guide to public relations for SaaS startups

Agility PR Solutions

The ultimate accolade for any marketing strategy is genericization. When brand names become verbs, companies witness the impact good PR can bring. Becoming ingrained within society takes many factors, and public relations is one of them.

4 tips to boost your award-winning chances

PR Daily

Make your entry stand out among the competition. The deadline is approaching for the PR Daily Awards. Of course, we wouldn’t be telling you this if there weren’t still time to enter. You have until Wednesday, June 29, to submit your best PR campaigns and initiatives for our judges.

Generating Leads with Facebook: A Guide for Businesses

In this Facebook guide for businesses, we’ll help you strategize with tips and techniques straight from our playbooks. We also let you in on the best practices for improving your lead gen campaigns, starting with a review of your performance metrics.

Accountability Earns Trust and Influence

HMA Public Relations

Accountability brings trust. Trust brings authenticity. Authenticity brings influence. In the latest episode of #CSOM, Abbie Fink and Adrian McIntyre are discussing the importance of following through on commitments. Hear more! Odds and Ends Accountability copper state of mind csom podcast

This rail strike is also a battle for public opinion – and No 10 is fighting dirty

Mark My Words

The Guardian Kate Bush’s atop the charts, inflation is soaring, we face a cost-of-living crisis and a major impending rail strike. No wonder the internet and the papers are absorbed by a casual similarity to the economic crises of the 1970s. And that matters. When it comes to this week’s rail strikes, that comparison is a gift for a government PR machine that thrives on negativity and rarely needs a second invitation to sling (often slanderous) insults at its opposition.