Because of reduced news staffs and the increasing number of pubic relations people, it’s difficult enough to get your pitch read even in slow news times. But sending a pitch during a major breaking news story is certain to have it ignored.
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Our fourth annual Agency Elite Top 100 highlights the industry’s most innovative PR, marketing and communications firms in the business. The companies that made this year’s list demonstrate the wide range of industry specializations and… Continued
This week PR Roundup looks at Thanksgiving content trends, a new AI and PR report from the University of Southern California, and how The Washington Post’s delivered a grisly story on gun violence without holding anything back.
There’s nothing wrong generative AI. But we also believe that human creativity is the gold standard for our industry, as we craft campaigns that inspire, fascinate and excite audiences.
While AI promises productivity gains, we can’t forget about quality control.
Sometimes all it takes is the right image to become an integral part of a successful PR campaign.
When it comes to AI, we must think about how to best utilize this transformative tool to connect with diverse Hispanic populations—by building community.
Influencer marketing has become a staple of many brands’ marketing strategies, as PR and communications teams critically evaluate how to harness the power of influencers. Enter “influencer fatigue,” an all-new challenge for PR professionals.
It used to be that the boundary between public relations and marketing seemed as wide as the Grand Canyon. Yet today it’s evident that artificial intelligence is not just blurring these lines—it’s erasing them. For those in the PR and marketing realms, AI offers a unique opportunity to dismantle old silos and forge stronger, integrated strategies.