If a successful PR campaign isn’t measured—did it ever really exist?
Measuring communications efforts has never been easy. But whether you’re working on media relations, social media, crisis management or brand enhancement, finding and understanding the most important metrics is now essential—for both your company and your career. Don’t be left behind. At PRNEWS’ Measurement Boot Camp on October 17 at the Yale Club in New York City, experts will teach you how to tie all of your organization’s goals to the KPIs that matter most—and how to use those numbers to sharpen your next initiative.
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Katie Paine, CEO, Paine Publishing, has been helping communicators collect, measure and analyze data for decades. Despite her considerable expertise, she’s one of the most down-to-Earth, approachable measurement gurus in the business. Whether you’ve been measuring for years or your company thinks of measurement as an afterthought, you’ll gain much from exposure to Katie’s full-proof approach to bolstering your measurement program.
You’ll learn:How to approach the right people at your company to unlock the data you’ll need to begin a measurement program
Building on our first presentation, we move to tactics for creating a clear, easy-to-understand dashboard—indispensable to any effective measurement program. Our senior measurement trainers will show you how to choose the most impactful KPIs for your communications programs. They’ll also recommend the best tools for you to build a dashboard.
Now that you’ve learned about what and how to measure, and how to translate it to the C-suite via a dashboard, it’s time to consider practical applications of data collection, measurement and analysis. Whether you’re measuring social media efforts, the ROI of influencers or your earned media program, there is so much data at your disposal that it's tempting to try and embrace it all, “but that way madness lies.” In this session, our trainers will offer tips and insights to identify the metrics that matter most in measuring effectiveness in these three areas.
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The International Association of the Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) released an updated version of its Barcelona Principles in 2015. Yet many communicators lack insight as to how the Principles can shape a successful measurement program. In this session, we’ll look at real-world campaigns that checked the seven boxes of AMEC’s core principles—and show how you can use the guidelines to sharpen your organization’s approach to measurement and eliminate outdated and vanity metrics.
With a tweet-storm just around the corner, every brand and organization must be crisis-ready. In this interactive session, we’ll simulate a PR crisis based on current headlines and provide tips on the best ways to measure crisis strength and response time. From there we’ll offer tips on how to measure the effectiveness of your crisis management efforts.
Will AI replace data analysts? How might automation reduce measurement budgets and the time it takes to garner insight from data? In this session, we’ll discuss the future of AI in measurement efforts—and what can AI do for your measurement effort right now.
Peer-to-Peer Measurement Work Groups
Huddle with your peers to solve some key challenges in the areas of measurement and analytics trends. In this interactive activity, attendees will be grouped by organizational type (B2B, B2C, nonprofit, education, government) to work through how to measure the effectiveness of messaging to a target audience, helping to define what measurement expert Katie Paine calls "the path to purchase (or an acceptable proxy)." You'll be sure to leave this workshop armed with ways of measuring the persuasiveness of your efforts. Each work group will present their top ideas at the close of the day.
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PRNEWS’ Measurement Boot Camp will take place on October 17 at The Yale Club in Midtown New York City in the Roof Dining Room on the 3rd Floor. The venue is just a block away from Grand Central Terminal and the 4, 5, and 6 Subway trains. If you are traveling for the boot camp and need lodging, take a look at PRNEWS’ list of hotels in the area.
PRNEWS Boot Camp Alumni receive a discounted flat rate of $895.
Groups receive a $100 discount
Nonprofits receive a $200 discount
PRNEWS Premium Suscribers receive a $300 discount
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Registration includes continental breakfast, access to all sessions, lunch, break beverages/snacks, and access to speaker presentations.
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