PR Daily published a great article called “10 falsehoods about PR“. This article, authored by Robert White of PR Matters, focuses on the top things that PR is not while highlighting exactly what the definition of PR is.
Another great article this week from PR Daily is called “5 ways to write sharp, catchy infographic copy“. This piece, authored by Florence Mendoza, offers tips on how to create a memorable infographic that will catch attention from your audience.
“Seven common uncertainties in PR and how to overcome them“, authored by contributor, Ken McGaffin, talks about uncertainties in PR including if a journalist receives your pitch or if a journalist will cover your topic after speaking with you – both are not guaranteed.
Fortune Magazine author, Heather Clancy, pens an article about marketing tech spend and how marketers are willing to spend the money if a technology helps them. This article called “5 reasons marketing tech spending will reach $120 billion by 2025“, states that marketers are evolving from “mad men” to “math men.”
“Content Marketing Valuable for B2B Marketers Who Document Strategy” focuses on how marketers can determine what strategies are working. This article focuses on an August 2015 Content Marketing Institute (CMI) and Marketing Profs survey, sponsored by Brightcove. This survey found that 88% of B2B marketers use content marketing and that while almost a third of B2B marketers said their use of content marketing is effective, 36% had opposing views.
Huffington Post contributor, Sajeel Qureshi, covers the topic of marketing operations in his article called “How To Streamline Marketing Operations In Small Marketing Departments“. This article offers insight from this Operations Executive on how to do things differently in your marketing efforts.
“The Top 7 Content Marketing Trends That Will Dominate 2016” by contributor, Jayson DeMers, covers the new technologies available to marketers who want to stay ahead of the curve with their content marketing efforts.
DMNews offers insight on how marketers should apply neuroscience in order to appeal to customers’ subconscious mind. This article, authored by Elyse Dupre, is entitled “The Marketing Brain Game” and gives practical tips on understanding the consumer decision making process.
Marketing Land’s article called “15 Digital Marketing Myths CMOs Need To Stop Believing” talks about digital marketing myths including the notion that SEO is dead and that negative comments on social networks are bad for business. This article, authored by Scott Rayden, is a comprehensive look at these and other myths and why you should debunk them all.
Huffington Post contributor, John Rampton, offers insight and practical tips on how to automate social media for your small business. This article called ” Your Small Business Can Automate Social and PR” simple, yet effective ideas to start automation of your efforts now so you can quickly see ROI.
Forbes once again covers the important topic of social media in an article called “7 Warning Signs That Your Social Media Campaign Is Failing“. Contributor, Jayson DeMers, offers seven warning signs that your campaign is not effective, including the amount of time spent on the campaign, posts seem self-promotional and your strategy was an afterthought.
Laundry Service CEO Jason Stein Breaks Down Social Media Economics in an AdAge article called “How Much Is A Social Media Influencer’s Audience Really Worth?” This is part of a digital crash course in the publication focusing on authenticity and great content.
“How Marketing Got More Personal”, written by contributor, Julie Ginches, focuses on how the mobile industry has created a level of intimacy and become more personalized over the years. We are now in the “mobile era” and there is much more to come.
Ever wonder how most companies define content marketing? This is the focus of Business2Community contributor, Carly Murphy’s article called “Where Does Blogging Fit Into Your Content Marketing Strategy?” Blogging contributes significantly to your content marketing strategy and helps bring traffic to your website
Entrepreneur contributor, Adam Toren, pens a piece called “The 5 Ultimate Content-Marketing Tools”, which offers insight on which content-marketing tools entrepreneurs need to jump start their creative marketing efforts. ClearVoice, HubSpot, Copify and others are mentioned in the top five tools to utilize