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Early stage B2B tech startups don’t invest enough in marketing [peer-reviewed study]

Sword and the Script

That’s according to a new paper published in a peer-reviewed journal by two academics Gary L. ” The duo used “multi-method approach that involved interviews, secondary data, and a follow-up survey” to conduct the study. More specifically, they did the study twice to ensure its validity. emphasis theirs].”

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Study: APR Credentials Boost Confidence and Ethics Counseling Engagement

PRSay

A recent research study published in the Journal of Media Ethics sheds light on the significant role that accreditation and certification play in enhancing professionals’ confidence and frequency of engaging in ethics counseling. The study The study, conducted in the fall of 2022 by Dr. Marlene S.

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The State of Journalism 2023

Institute for Public Relations

This summary is provided by IPR based on the original study by Muck Rack Muck Rack analyzed the state of journalism in 2023. Key findings include: — Journalists’ top concerns were disinformation (50%), … Continue reading The State of Journalism 2023 → A survey of 2,226 journalists based in the U.S.,

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Jay Baer Asks: Is Social Media And Journalism Linked?

Cision

Recently, Cision published the 2017 Global Social Journalism Study , conducted in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University, which surveyed journalists on their social media habits, preferences and views. For this first video, Baer asks and answers the important question — Is social media and journalism linked?

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Get Your Free 2015 Social Journalism Study…& Infographic!

Cision

Our 2015 Social Journalism Study explores how media professionals use social media in their daily lives. Germany, Finland, Sweden and Australia, the study provides insight on how these journalists agree on a variety of topics, yet differ in their use of social media. Click here to read the full study! It’s free!

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The Opportunity for Communicators: Insights on Social Journalism

Cision

How do insights on social journalism highlight a new opportunity for communicators and PR professionals? Cision, CMO, Chris Lynch tackles this question while discussing important key findings from the 2017 Global Social Journalism Study. Journalists need to look at it as a huge opportunity.

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Jay Baer Asks [VIDEO]: Is Journalism About Building an Audience or Building a Community?

Cision

Recently, Cision published the 2017 Global Social Journalism Study , conducted in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University, which surveyed journalists on their social media habits, preferences and views. In this video, Baer asks and answers the question — Is Journalism About Building an Audience or Building a Community?