Guest Post: How to Expand Your Global Network While Studying Abroad

PR Expanded

Recently, I began my journey studying abroad. Having the chance to study abroad is an opportunity that can open so many doors. This semester I am studying in London, England and I am surrounded by such a diverse network of people.

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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.

A Case Study for a Case Study

HMA Public Relations

A case study is a great way to present your agency in a positive light. The post A Case Study for a Case Study appeared first on HMA Public Relations. Featured PRGN Case Study Public Relations Case Study public relations global network

Guide for International Students: How to Use Media for Studying Abroad

PR Expanded

Those videos, along with different information from the media influencers, were making Russians think more about moving to another country, traveling or studying abroad. Good luck at studying abroad!

Creating a PR Campaign Case Study

Ron Torossian

When you create a PR campaign case study, you need to know some things in advance to make it work as it should. The post Creating a PR Campaign Case Study appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog.

How to Develop B2B Case Studies That Actually Convert

B2B PR Sense

Case studies have a huge potential to convert. The truth is that when a case study is created properly, it's not only palatable, but becomes an indispensable tool for your marketing tool belt. In this post, we'll examine: The nature of case studies. How to compose a case study.

New Study Highlights Skills Gap in College Graduates

The Proactive Report

A new study from Learning House revealed that about half the US. The post New Study Highlights Skills Gap in College Graduates appeared first on Social Media Strategy | Online PR | Proactive Report | Sally Falkow.

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Case study: How the Minnesota Pork Board dispelled myths with “urban foodie” influencers

Communications Conversations

In fact, I can’t remember the last time I shared a client case study on this blog (OK, it was Bike Walk Move a couple years ago ). Let’s break this case study down in simple terms: The challenge. Influencer outreach.

Small Business Social Media Use Study

The Proactive Report

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CMO Council study explores impact of technology on travel experience

Agility PR Solutions

The post CMO Council study explores impact of technology on travel experience appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. If you are one of the hundreds of millions people worldwide who will fly this year, your travel choices and selections are being influenced by the connected economy.

New Ketchum study finds tech industry facing permission tipping point

Agility PR Solutions

The post New Ketchum study finds tech industry facing permission tipping point appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

Study: Open office plans hamper communication, productivity

PR Daily

Nextgov writes about a recent study conducted by Harvard professor Ethan Bernstein , which fastidiously tracked employee communication at an organization transitioning into an open office setting. For many people, a little bit of workplace social interaction goes a long way.

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6 Proven Ways to Leverage Surveys In Your B2B Marketing Case Studies

B2B PR Sense

Are your B2B marketing case studies inciting prospects to action -- or lulling them to sleep? Surveys may help to liven up your case studies, and create an influential tool. The best B2B case studies know how to leverage surveys as a valuable piece of the marketing puzzle.

New study explores getting better performance from marketing employees

Agility PR Solutions

The post New study explores getting better performance from marketing employees appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. Working longer hours fewer days a week could be good for business, according to new research from staffing firm The Creative Group.

The PR Implications of Edelman’s 2015 Trust Barometer Study

Cision

According to Edelman’s 2015 Trust Barometer , “This year’s study also found that a company’s in-house technical experts (e.g., ” These research findings come when, according to the study, trust in media, businesses and NGOs has reached an all-time low.

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Monday Roundup: Social PR Case Studies

Waxing UnLyrical

Here are seven social PR case studies to give you some ideas. Dogs are a Content Marketer’s Best Friend – A Case Study on Engaging Content. Case Study: Denny’s flips its audience with a sassy social media strategy. YouTubeAsksObama [Influencers case study].

Study: What content do industry leaders consume?

PR Daily

In a new study. The study reveals that executives still rely heavily on email to learn about the latest trends and topics in their industry. Your content is only as important as the person who reads it.

New study dispels five accepted myths about artificial intelligence

Agility PR Solutions

The post New study dispels five accepted myths about artificial intelligence appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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3 Cases Studies of Augmented Reality in B2B Marketing [UML]

Sword and the Script

This week’s Unscripted Marketing links [UML] reviews three case studies of AR in B2B organizations. The case study says, “Cisco worked with Kaon Interactive to develop a visually engaging 3D interactive product catalogue…to give buyers an even more immersive and detailed experience.” (sic).

The importance of case studies

The Stalwart Blog

One of the greatest resources our company’s website offers prospective clients that truly showcases our experience is our case studies. Some have argued that case studies are often more effective than brochures and traditional sales collateral.

Canadian marketers not keeping pace with disruption, according to study 

Agility PR Solutions

The post Canadian marketers not keeping pace with disruption, according to study appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. New research from north of the border shows that Canadian marketers have been slow to respond to new business and brand reputation realities.

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Study: The Dark Side of the Gig Economy

Cision

According to a study conducted by the Freelance Union, as much as 35% or 55,000,000 workers of the United States’ are freelance, generating an estimated $1 trillion dollars in income per year. Cision Study: Gig Economy Media Reporting Disconnected from Worker Reality from Cision.

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Monday Roundup: Measurement Case Studies

Waxing UnLyrical

Get inspired as we take a look at some awesome measurement case studies in this week’s roundup. How to Measure PR: A Case Study and Examples. Measuring the Effectiveness of News Releases — A Case Study. Have you seen any great measurement case studies lately?

#PlayMoreMN case study: Why the “tell us your story” approach is NOT dead

Communications Conversations

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New loyalty study shows how much brands matter in an Amazon world

Agility PR Solutions

The post New loyalty study shows how much brands matter in an Amazon world appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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3 Studies that Challenge Marketing Assumptions [UML]

Sword and the Script

Of course, it does, and there’s been a number of studies that show this over the years. One of the earliest I recall is a PRWeb study of press releases in 2010 that found multimedia, including images and video, improved time on page by almost 30 seconds.

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New Weber study finds tech pros—especially women—overwhelmingly support CEO activism

Agility PR Solutions

The post New Weber study finds tech pros—especially women—overwhelmingly support CEO activism appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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Emojis in marketing messages generate 254% more engagement, study finds

Agility PR Solutions

The post Emojis in marketing messages generate 254% more engagement, study finds appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. New research from mobile engagement firm Leanplum confirms the effectiveness of emoji usage in push notifications and emails.

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Year of the digital brand—new study reveals 2018’s loyalty winners and losers

Agility PR Solutions

The post Year of the digital brand—new study reveals 2018’s loyalty winners and losers appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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Study: Brand newsrooms are 'overhyped'

PR Daily

In a new study, chief marketing officers say that it’s probably not. for more on the study. Your brand newsroom may grab press in industry publications, but is it really effective?

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Study: Customers want businesses to be transparent on social media

PR Daily

A new study from Sprout Social. The study highlights the general trend of declining trust in social media content. The study further highlights how brand managers risk losing young consumers, who put a premium on authenticity. An earlier Sprout Social study.

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Trust Economy: Summaries to 4 Content Marketing Studies

Sword and the Script

If the B2B community feels overwhelmed by the volume of content, then B2B marketing might feel overwhelmed by the volume of content marketing studies. Here are the cliff notes to four recent content marketing studies. Study: Why B2B Marketers Waste 19% of Their Budgets.

Study: Effective Content Marketing Has One Element

Sword and the Script

The study, which is co-produced by the Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs , surveyed 1,820 marketers and had one overarching conclusion: “Marketers who take the time to document their content marketing strategy are more effective than those who don’t.”.

Paid Social: Cliff Notes to 3 Social Media Studies

Sword and the Script

In either case, I’ve paused to delve into three social media studies or surveys that crossed my screen in recent months and distilled them to the most important findings. The cliff notes to three recent social media studies follow below. What stood out for you in these studies?

Study: Snapshot of U.S. social media preferences

PR Daily

Americans are increasingly entrenched in and enchanted by social media platforms. New Pew Research Center statistics offer a snapshot of how U.S. users are spending their time online, including helpful demographic data for marketers looking to reach specific audiences.

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New BackBay study finds content marketing gaining traction in finance

Agility PR Solutions

The post New BackBay study finds content marketing gaining traction in finance appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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B2C Content Marketing Trends: Key Findings from the 2015 Study

Polaris

The Content Marketing Institute (CMI) and MarketingProfs recently released their latest joint study on the use of content in the marketing mix: B2C Content Marketing, 2015 Benchmarks, Budgets and Trends—North America. What else does the study reveal about B2C content marketing trends?

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Barilla sponsored ‘study’ fools consumers

PR Daily

A study from the journal Nutrition and Diabetes, which recently launched a study to determine the health effects of pasta found that “pasta consumption was negatively associated with BMI, waist circumference and waist-to-hip ratio and with a lower prevalence of overweight and obesity.”.

How businesses use Instagram Stories—30 case studies to learn from

Agility PR Solutions

The post How businesses use Instagram Stories—30 case studies to learn from appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. Launched in 2016, Instagram Stories became an instant hit, adored by 300 million daily users.

Study: ‘Cyberloafing’ could play a workplace wellness role

PR Daily

According to a study published on Science Direct , researchers assert that “cyberloafing can serve a potentially positive function in that it can help employees cope with workplace boredom.”. Read more about the study’s findings here.

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Case Study: Minimal Twitter Ad Spend Drives Major ROI for Wearable Tech Startup

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The post Case Study: Minimal Twitter Ad Spend Drives Major ROI for Wearable Tech Startup appeared first on prTini. Case Study Social Media PR case studies social advertising social media case studies Twitter advertising Twitter advertising case study Build.

Study: Social media ads increasingly less popular among viewers

PR Daily

The study’s findings highlight a growing problem for communicators: How can brand messages break through the noise and reach a overstimulated general public? The study suggests these tactics to stop users from scrolling past brand messaging: 1.

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New APCO study shows which advocacy sectors will set next Congress’ agenda

Agility PR Solutions

The key results were released as part of the fifth iteration of APCO’s annual TradeMarks Study, which measures the […]. The post New APCO study shows which advocacy sectors will set next Congress’ agenda appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.