Report: Nearly 3 in 4 Americans report seeing disinformation weekly

PR Daily

A lack of trust in digital media is causing some to avoid consuming news at all, and for the second year in a row, Americans said family was the most trusted source of new information, per a new IPR report.

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20 Cybersecurity Reporters To Follow On Twitter

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Twitter is an essential resource for PR pros whose job requires them to stay up-to-date and engaged with reporters across different sectors. Start by following these 20 cybersecurity reporters. Catalin is ZDNet’s cybersecurity reporter.

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2018 Global Media Report

Onclusive

The 2018 Global Media Report reveals key findings: A 16% increase in the total number of media properties globally which published content from January to December 2018. In this report you will also see the AirPR 2018 Top 50 Publisher List which ranks global media platforms based on the total number of articles published. The post 2018 Global Media Report appeared first on Onclusive. The media landscape has never been as expansive as it is today.

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A Cision Report: The State of the 2020 Election

Cision

Join us each week as we update our media analysis of The State of the 2020 Election. US Blog

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[Whitepaper] The 2019 News Release Benchmark Report

Onclusive

Complete the form to download the report. The post [Whitepaper] The 2019 News Release Benchmark Report appeared first on Onclusive. One of the biggest questions in news distribution and investor relations is, “what is the real effect of my news release?”

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Report: PR pros outnumber journalists by a 6-to-1 ratio

PR Daily

As journalist Mike Rosenberg explained in a 2016 piece for Muck Rack , if you search terms like “journalism” or “reporter,” in a job search, you’re more likely to find a list of jobs that have virtually nothing to do with news or news production.

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Report: Measuring PR’s value remains communicators’ top challenge

PR Daily

Muck Rack’s “The State of PR 2019” report revealed that measurement remains PR pros’ biggest challenge with 72% saying they struggle to measure the business impact their efforts produce and 65% saying they lack quantifiable metrics for their campaigns. Muck Rack reported that most PR pros use productivity tools to increase efficiency on time spent with emails (98%) and documents (87%), with another 58% using productivity tools to maximize spreadsheet efficacy.

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Free Google Slides template for your next PR report

The Resolution Blog

We know technology costs can difficult sometimes and not everyone has a designer on hand to create slick reports. If this is you, look no further we have put together a FREE PR report template for you to use. The post Free Google Slides template for your next PR report appeared first on PR Resolution — by CoverageBook. We really care about people’s time. So Stefan Testka, head of design at CoverageBook created this […].

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Benchmarks Report Shares Key Information on News Release Data

Onclusive

For a more in-depth look at the robust findings of the report, download your own copy and share with your team. The post Benchmarks Report Shares Key Information on News Release Data appeared first on Onclusive.

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Here Are the 6 Facets of Effective PR and Marketing Reporting

Onclusive

And for busy C-suite executives, reviewing a 10-page report as opposed to flipping through three top-line slides is often the difference between whether […]. PR Education PR reportingMonstrous file sizes, misguided statistics, focusing on tactics instead of outcomes and insights… The ways in which we can deplete the quality of our work when sharing PR and marketing results are vast.

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How These Reporters See the Media Landscape Changing

PRSay

Cision recently released its annual State of the Media Report , which uncovers the latest trends and challenges facing the media industry, and how PR professionals can work with their journalist counterparts better. We were joined by Anthony Ha , senior writer at Tech Crunch , Julie Carl , senior editor at the Toronto Star , and Sarah Paynter , reporter at Yahoo! You can watch a recording of the live panel here , and download the full report.

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PR Reporting for People Who Care About Data

Onclusive

The thing about PR reporting is that it’s really fun when you have positive results to share and the opposite when you don’t. PR Education PR data PR reporting public relationsBut it doesn’t have to be this way. Even when a campaign doesn’t work out the way you’d hoped it would, valuable learnings always lie between the lines. That’s why this week, we’re sharing […].

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Want a Reporter’s Attention? Reciprocation is Key

Business Wire

Karen Weise , a Technology Correspondent for The New York Times based in Seattle, gets pitched a lot of technology stories … which isn’t exactly surprising. What is surprising is how little these pitches have to do with Microsoft or Amazon, the two companies she overwhelmingly writes about. education public relations media relations

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Report: Workers staying resilient amid COVID-19 fallout

PR Daily

and Canada said collaboration with co-workers has stayed the same, while at least one-in-five report collaboration decreases. based respondents—especially those working for larger companies—reported high satisfaction with the COVID-19 communication they’ve received thus far.

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If You Want Reporters to Pay Attention to Your Story, Here Are 5 Things You Must Do | Business Wire Blog

Business Wire

Recently, on a Business Wire webinar, I spoke to Lydia Dishman , Contributing Editor, Fast Company; Jefferson Graham , Tech Columnist, USA Today; and Anna Medaris Miller , Senior Heath Reporter, Business Insider on how they want to be pitched. You can view our conversation here. public relations media relations

Report: 83% of journalists use Twitter—but most still want email pitches

PR Daily

A recent survey of reporters showcased growing usage of social media platforms for news, but many traditional media relations best practices apply. Muck Rack’s new State of Journalism report reveals that nearly 60% of reporters turn to digital newspapers or magazines as their first source of news, and 22% check Twitter first. Instead, Instagram and LinkedIn will fill that void, with 36% and 29% of reporters planning to use them next year, respectively.

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Globally Standardized KPIs for Enterprise Comms Reporting

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Enterprise Executives Marketing PR & Comms Planning & Strategy Reporting & AnalyticsIn the U.S., there is widespread acceptance and understanding that key performance indicators (KPIs) are critical for all communications professionals to translate the value of their work and find ways… Read More >>>.

Is it OK to demand links from a reporter?

PR Daily

However, the interaction can leave reporters feeling annoyed. It’s important to remember that reporters, and the media outlets they work for, are symbiotic partners at best and will not respond well to threats, intimidation or demands. And lest you think this is just one reporter’s opinion, here’s what others have to say: Not aware of it becoming more common. The post Is it OK to demand links from a reporter?

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Reporters don’t hate you: Insights on building healthy relationships

Agility PR Solutions

Some news sources operate under the mistaken assumption that reporters detest them. If a reporter writes something negative about your company, it’s not personal. The post Reporters don’t hate you: Insights on building healthy relationships appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

What is a contact report?

HMA Public Relations

Alison shares her PR expertise by taking us through the PR Toolbox, this time explaining the contact report. The post What is a contact report? Featured HMA Public Relations Public Relations Alison Bailin Alison Bailin Batz contact report PR Toolboxappeared first on HMA Public Relations.

How to report public relations

Axia PR

Our PR firm’s process for reporting public relations campaigns. In order to evaluate, you must have reporting methods, so you know if your audiences are consuming your messages and how your messages have affected your audiences over time. PR measurement PR evaluation PR Reports

How To Create a Social Media Report

Brand24

A social media report will help you scale your social media strategy, drive engagement and convert new users into loyal customers. Digital Marketing Insights Social Media Marketing create social media report digital marketing KPI social media listening social media marketing social media monitoring social media reportHere's our template!

Report: How content marketing builds trust

PR Daily

CMI’s report found that relatively few content marketers are researching their audience by talking directly with consumers. More likely avenues for feedback are keyword research and reports from the sales team. Fifty-six percent report increased spending on creation.

Report: Communications leaders get C+ in 2019 report card

PR Daily

Its latest report card gives leaders a passing grade but reveals not much has changed regarding the field’s biggest problems. Berger explains that this report card came about after the Plank Center developed a survey to measure communications leaders in 2012. Researchers for that report talked to 4,500 pros in 23 countries to test a leadership model that underpins the center’s research. . The report card measu res: How are leaders performing?

What Happens After The Reporter Says Yes?

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What happens after the reporter says yes? If a reporter ends up postponing the interview, take it in stride, but do your best to ensure that the client won’t. The post What Happens After The Reporter Says Yes?

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How to monitor & report on PR coverage for free (or with a very small budget)

The Resolution Blog

The post How to monitor & report on PR coverage for free (or with a very small budget) appeared first on PR Resolution — by CoverageBook. Our industry has rapidly changed in the last couple of weeks. Many of us are reviewing operations and trying to cut costs but this doesn’t mean that work has stopped. For many, it’s simply pivoted, and the coverage is still coming in… If this is you, great news! However times are uncertain and budgets need […].

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Report: Consumers say tech companies can do better on privacy and more

PR Daily

A recent FleishmanHillard report about reputation management and technology highlights the struggle to maintain consumers’ trust amid data breaches, privacy concerns on social media platforms, and increased hate speech online. The post Report: Consumers say tech companies can do better on privacy and more appeared first on PR Daily. A recent survey reveals squishy numbers for tech companies looking to earn consumer trust and loyalty.

Report Card Gives PR Leaders a C+

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Based on the 2019 Report Card just released by Plank Center for Leadership in Public Relations, PR leaders received an overall grade of “C+”, reflecting little change from two previous studies over the past five years. The post Report Card Gives PR Leaders a C+ appeared first on culpwrit. Uncategorized Culpwrit leadership Plank Center PR Report CardGrad students panic when they get a C+. PR leaders should be equally concerned.

2019 GLOBAL JOURNALISM REPORT: Data Shows Worldwide Decrease in Professional Journalists, Shift Towards Independent Authors

Onclusive

The 2019 Global Journalism Report also reveals the top publishers by volume of contributing authors, the top editorial topics, how journalist “influence” is distributed, and how journalist “sentiment” is distributed. Register here for a copy of the full report. The post 2019 GLOBAL JOURNALISM REPORT: Data Shows Worldwide Decrease in Professional Journalists, Shift Towards Independent Authors appeared first on Onclusive. Top 100 Author Platforms List Released.

Report: Fake news has reporters demanding accuracy

PR Daily

The report said: According to three-quarters of the survey’s respondents, being 100 percent accurate in their reporting is more important than being first on a story or the promise of exclusivity. The report argues communicators and media relations teams should make accuracy their No. The report also looked at how journalists were continuing to struggle with social media’s impact on their industry. What reporters want from PR. Read the full report from Cision.

Study: 1 in 5 employees report decrease in work productivity

PR Daily

and Canada said collaboration with co-workers has stayed the same, while at least one-in-five report collaboration decreases. The post Study: 1 in 5 employees report decrease in work productivity appeared first on PR Daily.

2019 Meeker Report Highlights

Solo PR Pro

Mary Meeker’s report on 2019 Internet Trends. When sharing the report, she stated, “If it feels like we’re all drinking from a data firehose, it’s because we are.” The report focuses on the “impact of the Internet on work (via on-demand services & remote options), education & healthcare.”. What stood out to you as the most essential item in the 2019 Meeker Report? The post 2019 Meeker Report Highlights appeared first on Solo PR Pro.

Here Are the 6 Facets of Effective PR and Marketing Reporting

Onclusive

And for busy C-suite executives, reviewing a 10-page report as opposed to flipping through three top-line slides is often the difference between whether or not they’ll make it home for dinner. To ensure our dear leaders make it home for family time, let’s look at a few ways to button up PR and marketing reporting so how we deliver results is as effective as the work itself. Imagine your CMO breezing through your report at 7:00 a.m. PR Education PR reporting

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How to move away from big (useless) numbers in PR reporting

The Resolution Blog

doesn’t say anything about your coverage because… You didn’t get coverage on every page of the site so why report on the people that didn’t see the coverage? PR Resolution podcast: How Diageo measures multi-channel marketing How to move away from big (useless) numbers in PR reporting was originally published in The Resolution on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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Report: 40% of U.S. adults struggling with mental health or substance use

PR Daily

Of the CDC’s 5,412 respondents, about 30% reported suffering from anxiety or depression and 26% are dealing with trauma or a stress-related disorder. FREE REPORT: The Total Economic Impact of Workplace by Facebook ]. The post Report: 40% of U.S.

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Reputation Report: Newsletter Signup

Reputation Us

The Reputation Report is a quarterly newsletter providing regular updates on ReputationUs and relevant news in the reputation management industry. If you would like to regularly receive the Reputation Report, please complete the below form. The post Reputation Report: Newsletter Signup appeared first on ReputationUs Name * First Last Email * Comment Submit.

Media Relations Shrinks as a Public Relations Service; Cliff Notes to 3 Industry Reports

Sword and the Script

Studies find media relations isn’t the top PR service anymore; PR weakness on technical skills; execs are key to shaping corporate social positions Several interesting reports on the PR industry were published earlier in 2020 but got lost in the blur that unfolded since.

Stronger PR reporting is hidden in keyword data

PR Daily

Let’s be honest, PR reporting has fallen behind the rest of the marketing profession when it comes to ROI measurement. We all realize that reporting on print circulation, unique visitors per month (UVPM), or social following tells a small part of the story. Reporting UVPM without an asterisk is not only bad practice, it can endanger your clients’ trust. The post Stronger PR reporting is hidden in keyword data appeared first on PR Daily.

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How to Write a Great Feature Release that Reporters and Audiences Want to Read

Business Wire

Writing a feature news release is an effective way to share a different side of your story. Telling this story successfully can help you get noticed by media. education public relations

4 opening lines that impress reporters

PR Daily

Before you reach out to that reporter you had on your radar, ensure that you’re greeting them appropriately. These approaches] both clearly demonstrate that you’ve done your homework and have thought about why the reporter should care about your pitch,” she said. Leading with a strong statistic or fact is always a safe bet; reporters like to have hard data to support their stories,” said Fallon. The post 4 opening lines that impress reporters appeared first on PR Daily.

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