As we know, without the proper context and narrative, numbers can lie. In addition, some things PR people do are difficult or perhaps impossible to measure in a standard way.
Content marketing is important. You may want to slam your head against your desk when someone uses it in a sentence these days, but PR and marketing pros are using it for a reason.
Search the term “hires a PR firm” on any given day and you’ll find a fresh news story about a company hiring a PR firm to handle a crisis. Shocking news! Stop the presses! How dare they revert to PR! Why is it still newsworthy when PR is called to the rescue or joins a […]
Traditionally marketing and sales have struggled to align, a disconnect known as the three-legged stool.
Many in-house PR pros have developed tools to link their performance to revenue goals. But how do you elevate the function of PR within your organization when you operate in a non-commercial sector?
Shawn Paul Wood of Woodworks Communications shares his content strategy checklist, borne of hard-earned experience.
Measuring for PR pros doesn’t need to be complicated or bleak. In fact, solid measurement work can amplify the role PR plays in a company by being visual and engaging.
Despite numerous calls to use measurement to assess PR’s effectiveness, enhance its reputation and develop strategy, a new study shows more than half of PR professionals devote little or no time to measurement.