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The scientific study, conducted in February 2019, specifically surveyed residents in Oregon. The post Survey appeared first on ReputationUs ReputationUs (RepUs) and DHM Research announced in a news release on April 3, 2019 the results from its inaugural study on the importance of corporate reputation—good or bad—when buying a product or service, investing in a company and being employed by an organization.

The Power of Surveys

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How often do you fill out surveys? The post The Power of Surveys appeared first on HMA Public Relations. HMA Public Relations surveysYou can be helping out businesses more than you know by taking a few minutes to give your opinions. Read more.

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Marketing Salary Survey Shows the Pandemic is Changing Hiring Trends

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Annual marketing salary survey shows remote interviews and shorter hiring process have become the norm as a consequence of the pandemic The was a cartoon going around the business world a few weeks ago that asked “who led the digital transformation in your company?”

Get a Big Picture of the PR Landscape with these Notes from 10 Industry Surveys

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Surveys show earned media is still the most credible; exec appreciation and collaboration with PR improved during the Coronavirus Regular readers know these pages are filled with surveys and statistics. An annual survey by PRWeek found the median public relations salary in the U.S.

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Quantum Entanglement? A PR View of Media Bias [Survey Data]

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Similarly, the 2020 JOTW Communications Survey found businesses believe partisan politics is a complicating factor in communications. They often work with the media, so we put this question in this year’s annual JOTW survey: Do you believe professional reporters are objective and unbiased?

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Holiday Shopping Survey

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5W Public Relations has released their 2020 Holiday Shopping Survey, which looks at consumer intentions as the holiday shopping season approaches. However, an overwhelming 61% of people surveyed still plan to buy gifts both online and in store.

Partisan Politics Complicates PR and Comms for Business, Survey Finds

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72% of communications professionals say partisan politics makes their job harder, according to third annual JOTW Communications Survey for 2020 The majority of professional communicators say partisan politics has complicated communications for brands and businesses. That’s according to the 2020 JOTW Communications Survey which polled 300 communicators – public relations, public affairs, marketing communications and related roles – across more than a dozen different industries.

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UK Survey Results Reveal PR Industry in Upheaval as it Comes to Terms with COVID-19 and Brexit | Business Wire Blog

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Productivity planning is crucial to business resilience finds the latest #FuturePRoof survey. This is the headline finding of a #FuturePRoof survey of the public relations industry to understand the effect COVID-19 has had on practitioners both personally and professionally.

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Survey: 40% planning comms strategies 1-3 months out

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Most communicators aren’t planning beyond 2020, predict they’ll continue work in a constant state of crisis, and collaborate most with HR, according to a new Ragan survey packed with insights into what’s ahead for the rest of the year.

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5 tactics for successful survey research in times of uncertainty

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Survey research can still be a solid way of getting ink—and if done right, will support multiple strategic areas of the business. Drafting your survey by starting with a dream headline is a great way to get clarity around your objectives. Find a subreddit related to your survey topic.

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6 Benchmarks from Viewing a Survey of CMO Lenses of B2B Marketing

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Another edition of the bi-annual survey of CMOs published by Christine Moorman , a professor at the business school at Duke University, was published at the end of August. I’ve read and written about the survey since about 2013 and have found it to be an interesting indicator of industry benchmarks. This time around survey polled 341 senior marketers – 95% of which hold the title of vice president or higher – to produce the survey.

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Survey: Measurement, storytelling cited as top weaknesses

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A Ragan survey of 576 communication professionals reveals that most place measurement at or near the top of their weaknesses. The survey of Ragan Communications readers asked, “Which of these are your top three weaknesses?” Only among the survey’s marketers and media relations specialists did measurement fall behind other weaknesses. The post Survey: Measurement, storytelling cited as top weaknesses appeared first on PR Daily.

10 terrific (and free) survey tools

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That’s why anonymous, secure, seamless surveys are an important part of any marketing strategy. Survey data can expose what you’re doing well and where you ought to improve. Try these 10 free tools to create surveys your audience(s) will love: 1. SurveyMonkey is a browser-based platform that enables you to create customized surveys and send them out through a variety of channels. Unlimited surveys. Ten questions per survey. Forty short survey templates.

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7 Keys To Using Surveys For PR

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Surveys are effective for generating such data. Here are our keys to using surveys effectively for good PR. Similar to our point about “newsjacking” as an effective way to find a story angle , it’s better to find ways to connect a survey to what’s making headlines right now. A good survey should be constructed around a key theme anyway, with some sense of the outcome already in mind from the outset.

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Using surveys to guide your recovery

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Employee surveys are especially useful for strengthening company culture: They give people a voice by providing a specific vehicle for sharing their thoughts and knowing that their ideas are wanted and will be received and considered. While you might have been using employee surveys for years, most of us have not done so during and after a public health crisis—and it’s more important than ever to solicit employee input right now. Why survey now?

Survey: Hiring managers offer guidance for nailing virtual interviews

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Zenefits surveyed more than 1,000 people, “including over 200 hiring managers ,” to gain crucial insights into the burgeoning yet fraught world of virtual interviews and videoconferences. Zenefits offers plenty of insights for job-seekers, including these tips from hiring managers who responded to the survey: Dress appropriately: 73%. The post Survey: Hiring managers offer guidance for nailing virtual interviews appeared first on PR Daily.

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Top of Mind Among Senior Marketers: Cliff Notes to 3 Significant CMO Surveys

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Moreover, three recent surveys of CMOs suggests it has practical applications as budgets, which on the whole have grown over the last few years, will continue to grow. Here are the cliff notes to each of those three surveys. The latest CMO Survey of 324 CMOs and senior marketers shows marketing shops are still poised for growth in terms of budget and headcount. The CMO Survey hasn’t reported growth of less than 5% since late 2015.

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Take our survey: The State of Communication Summer 2020

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Tell us how your job as a communicator has changed, including what’s working for you in this short survey. We are conducting a short survey, “ The State of Communication Summer 2020 ,” to get those answers. Take the survey today. The post Take our survey: The State of Communication Summer 2020 appeared first on PR Daily. Use the results to benchmark your efforts.

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Uber leads—and Oracle lags—in survey of CEO comms skills

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Technology giants Oracle, Intel and Google, however, have their work cut out for them, judging from a new survey of almost 10,000 employees by Ragan and Blind , an anonymous social network for professionals. The survey consisted of a single question: “True or False: My CEO does a good job of engaging with and communicating to employees in our organization.”. Blind often conducts surveys in partnership with major news outlets, says Kim. Below are the survey results.

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Survey: 3 PR trends in tactics, measurement and organization for 2019

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The 2019 JOTW Communications Survey explores ongoing and emerging trends in public relations. These selections are consistent with the same survey last year , where storytelling, thought leadership and content marketing ranked as the top three. A version of this post first appeared on Sword and the Script, where you can the survey’s full results. The post Survey: 3 PR trends in tactics, measurement and organization for 2019 appeared first on PR Daily.

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Results of 2019 Global Communication Survey Released

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Michael Lasky, an attorney who heads up Davis & Gilbert, LLP’s Public Relations Law practice and has spoken at numerous Public Relations Global Network and Public Relations Society of America events that I’ve attended, sent me a note recently that the 2019 Global Communications Survey from the USC Annenberg Center for Public Relations has been released. The post Results of 2019 Global Communication Survey Released appeared first on HMA Public Relations.

Surveys, quizzes and apps…oh my

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The post Surveys, quizzes and apps…oh my appeared first on HMA Public Relations. Fink apps quizzes social media surveysThis week’s app craze, FaceApp, has everyone posting photos of what they might look like in the future. Just as fast as photos were shared, the dangers of the app were exposed. Featured Social Media Abbie S.

SURVEY: COVID-19 highlights power of collaboration for PR pros

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The post SURVEY: COVID-19 highlights power of collaboration for PR pros appeared first on PR Daily. Our poll respondents say the crisis has changed the industry forever. Here’s how communicators see their future function as businesses navigate their way back to ‘normal.’. What will be the permanent impact of this health and economic crisis for the PR industry?

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Be Relevant: 21 Media Relations Insights From 3 Surveys Polling 3,000+ Journalists [UML]

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a) Survey of 1,000 Journalists by Muck Rack Muck Rack is back with its annual survey of journalists. 48% of journalists responding to this survey said they get between 1-5 pitches a day; 18% get between 5-10; 12% get upwards of 10-20; and 13% get 20 plus pitches a day. Cision says many journalists responding to this survey indicated they produce “10+ pieces a week.” PR Cision earned media media relations Muck Rack pitching surveys of journalists

2020 PR Salary Survey: How Much Money do Public Relations Pros Make?

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That’s according to the latest annual PR salary survey for 2020 published by PRWeek. The survey was conducted before the Coronavirus hit the pause button on economic activity. Here’s how median salaries by in-house, agency and non-profit stacked up in the 2020 survey: Median PR salary for an in-house role: $145,500 Median PR salary at a PR agency: $90,000 Median PR salary at a non-profit: $85,000 Here’s a look at those median salaries reported over time: 3.

Survey reveals some interesting insights into the business of blogging today

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For four years now, he has conducted an annual worldwide survey of bloggers. CHECK OUT THE FULL SURVEY HERE: Blogging Statistics and Trends: The… MORE. The post Survey reveals some interesting insights into the business of blogging today appeared first on PR Warrior | Trevor Young. Andy Crestodina (pictured) is co-founder of Orbit Media Studios.

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Expert guidance for embedding surveys in emails

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Surveys are a secret weapon of email engagement. Unfortunately, it’s not easy to create, design and deploy digital surveys that get great results. There are many considerations and possibilities, but the payoff from surveys is often worth the work. As Alissa Warne writes at MarketingProfs : “Surveys are one of the most important digital touchpoints that brands can have with a customer. The solution is to embed surveys within emails.

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Survey: 8 terrible PR practices that will doom your pitch

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Fractl surveyed over 500 journalists for a report about what makes journalists tick—including what irks them about pitch emails. The Fractl survey found that online writers and editors prefer one follow-up email (or none at all). The post Survey: 8 terrible PR practices that will doom your pitch appeared first on PR Daily. Fractl polled 500+ journalists about their top peeves. Here’s what you need to know.

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Survey: Micro-influencers offer big rewards for brand managers

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A new survey from UpRoar PR found that 71% of consumers prefer micro-influencers, and two-thirds of consumers report making purchases based on their posts. The survey asked respondents about the qualities that encouraged them to purchase a product recommended by an influencer, and 71% said it was important to have shared interests. This survey confirms that it’s not about huge follower numbers; it’s about the connection influencers make with their audiences.

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CIPR State of the Profession survey is a miss on COVID-19

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The CIPR of State of the Profession survey was concluded before lockdown. The 2020 CIPR State of the Profession survey is a time capsule. The field work, based on surveys from 1,300 practitioners, was completed on 27 January. The State of the Profession survey, now in its tenth year, should be viewed as a retrospective and a record of the industry before the pandemic. My hunch is that the 2021 survey will tell a different story.

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Survey: Recruiters seek PR pros with metrics-analysis skills

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survey reveals, however, that although 57% of PR pros cite writing/editing as a common activity (topping that list), recruiters rank research, evaluation and measurement among the top five most desirable skills. Seventy percent of recruiters call that trifecta a valuable specialist capability, more than any other skill, according to the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) 2019 State of the Profession Survey in the U.K.

Corporate Communications is Taking More PR Work In-House, finds Survey; Media Relations Gets Even Harder

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Some 47% of respondents said they’ve observed more PR work being taken in-house, according to the 2019 JOTW Communications Survey (full report embedded below). This year’s survey polled 223 communications and public relations (PR) professionals. The second annual survey was conducted by yours truly in collaboration with Ned Lundquist. The complete survey report explored some of these in greater detail – and also looked at a broader number of areas.

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Take our survey on COVID-19’s impact on communications

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Tell us how you’re reaching remote employees, if your value has increased internally, and what departments you’re working with in this short survey. I know you are unusually busy in crisis response right now, but I hope you can carve out a minute or two to participate in this short survey about COVID-19’s impact on the communications industry. Take the survey today. The post Take our survey on COVID-19’s impact on communications appeared first on PR Daily.

8 tips to create more effective online surveys

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If you’re keen to create better customer experiences, online surveys should be part of your communications strategy. Ask your team: Why are you conducting this survey? Unless you establish tangible goals, your survey will be a waste of time. There’s no point conducting a survey if you haven’t clearly identified your target demographic. Before creating your survey, determine: Who, exactly, is my target audience? Write precise, concise survey questions.

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Survey: Gen Z consumers are skeptical about most businesses

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According to a new national survey by BBMG and GlobeScan , by a 5-to-1 ratio, the leading edge of Gen Z (ages 18–22) does not trust business to act in the best interests of society, and nearly one in four cannot name a single brand they consider to be purposeful. The post Survey: Gen Z consumers are skeptical about most businesses appeared first on PR Daily.

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Marketing Budgets to Grow: 5 Datapoints from the CMO Survey for B2B Marketers

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That’s according to the newest edition of The CMO Survey , a semiannual study spawned out of Duke University’s business school. It’s a survey I’ve followed for several years as I usually find the benchmarks, particularly around marketing budgets, useful. This latest survey polled 362 senior marketers and I’ve culled through the 95-page report to review the data from B2B product segment and the technology vertical, which are the markets I serve.

The Top Challenges in Journalism According to a Survey of Journalists and the Cliff Notes to 3 Studies by PR Tech Vendors [UML]

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Yes, it is according to 68% of PR professionals polled for the 2019 JOTW Communications Survey. That’s up 17% from the same survey last year. The 10 th annual survey polled an impressive ~2,000 reporters in 10 countries. The survey also revealed several other interesting statistics: Getting it right vs. getting it first. Additional reading: 2018: 7 Statistics from an Annual Survey of Reporters that Gives PR a Glimpse….

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The Complicated Business of Mixing Brand and Politics [Survey]

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There’s a level of granularity that needs to be explored and that’s why I ran this survey late in 2018 – the aim was to conduct a deeper line of questioning. Some of the findings from the survey results included the following: 1) Most say brands should avoid politics. This article was contributed to, and originally published on, Adotas: Mixing Brand and Politics is a Complicated Business, Survey Finds. It’s very difficult to escape politics these days.

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Survey reveals communications goofs—and preferences

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The survey also queried respondents about their work frustrations and preferences. The post Survey reveals communications goofs—and preferences appeared first on PR Daily. Calling in sick while looking for work? Just don’t email your boss. While you’re at it, avoid forwarding snotty email chains to the person you’ve been gossiping about. Have you ever sent your CV to your own manager while hunting for another job?

Survey: PR moving in-house at many organizations

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The trend, documented in the 2019 JOTW Communications Survey (conducted in partnership with Ned Lundquist ), mirrors patterns seen in marketing for the last several years, as CMOs have slashed agencies in favor of in-house teams. Some 47 percent of respondents said they’ve observed more PR work being taken in-house, according to this year’s survey of 223 communications and PR professionals. According to the survey, the top five reasons for hiring an agency are: 1.

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