More restrictive data privacy regulations are making it difficult to clearly and objectively determine exactly how much traffic your communications efforts drive to the company.
PRNEWS spoke with Futa about influencer marketing measurement, as well as tips for PR pros to maximize their influencer programs.
This week’s PR Roundup looks at the current state of measurement for the PR industry, why corporations and leaders are choosing to stay quiet on the Israel/Palestine conflict and how senators show public support for the United Auto Workers.
This month’s data roundup takes a look at where young journalists are looking for sources, communications workers exploring the flexibility of freelance and the continually expanding role of the Chief Communications Officer.
If you’re at an organization that is trying to squeeze the communications purse strings, here are 5 things to remember when planning and budgeting for press releases.
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.
Our contributor argues qualitative consumer research has its limitations, chief among them that consumers don’t think or talk in insights.
PRNEWS held a virtual roundtable with the 2023 Data & Measurement Game-Changers to discuss the value of predictive metrics in media analysis and crisis mitigation; the importance of incorporating a multitude of tools to ascertain sentiment; and resources that communicators can leverage to brush up on their measurement know-how.