NBC’s PR campaign to permanently replace Brian Williams starts in earnest while the adversarial relationship between PR pros and journalists takes a turn for the worse.
The mass of “social data” now available can be an incredible source of information, but now PR/Comms professionals need to learn how to pull insights from this ocean of information.
KPIs are a good start, but don’t be beholden to them. For example, if your KPIs are monthly volume of mentions and share of voice versus competitors, key questions should be: What did people say about our products online? What was said about our competitors?
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.
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.
B2B companies often get a bad rap for not taking full advantage of their data to create compelling content. But while they may not be as far as along as their consumer counterparts in how… Continued
If you’re like most PR pros, one of your concerns is feeding the content maw virtually 24/7. Perhaps a new report can sharpen your targeting plan. A generational study shows most people consume online content between 8 p.m. and midnight.
In the current climate—with technology a major driver in getting your message out to the right audience at the right time—communicators execs need to work closely with their IT counterparts.