Consumers are nearly 50 percent more likely to read email newsletters that feature links to video, according to a survey of 1,051 people conducted by online video app company Animoto.
Find key reporters covering your market. Check. Engage influencers who can propel your message. Check. Spark conversations with your audience. Check. LinkedIn provides these and other opportunities, but PR execs for the most part continue to give the social network short shrift.
Twitter’s recent upgrade to its analytics platform, Audience Insights, will allow communicators a deeper look into the many facets of audiences on the social network.
Twitter clearly is the preferred platform for digital communications in the workplace, according to more than a dozen Millennial members of the PR and communications industry who gathered earlier this month as part of PR News’ inaugural Millennial Roundtable.
As a C-suite executive and 20+ year marketing and public relations professional, I have found the most effective way to respond to the ‘Why is social media important?’ question actually is very simple. The key is to align your social media strategy and activities with business objectives that senior executives understand and value.
Ekaterina Walter, co-author of “The Power of Visual Storytelling” and a keynote speaker at PR News’ upcoming Digital PR Conference in Miami, offers a ready response to communicators who say their companies are too boring for visual storytelling.
In a preview of his Digital PR Conference presentation, Cision’s Brandon Andersen offers tips to help PR pros prove to the C-suite the business value of their work.