MarketingProfs B2B Forum is going virtual... with a twist. Don’t miss it.

Real-World Education for Modern Marketers

Join Over 600,000 Marketing Professionals

Start here!

Marketing Articles: Public Relations

Access thousands of our public relations online marketing resources here. Select any of the popular topics below to narrow your search. Get unlimited access to all of our exclusive marketing resources. Go PRO Today

Go PRO Now

Get unlimited access to all of our exclusive marketing resources

  • Tool Identifies Top Influencers Based on Topic Area, Keywords
    by Vahe Habeshian
    Marketers can now identify their various industries' top 10 influential voices across blogs, articles, and social networks—and also see their own influence ranking vs. other voices in a given market—with the help of a free tool released this week. more
  • Fortune Global 100 Social-Media Savvy, Getting Savvier
    Twitter is emerging as the leading social platform among the world's largest corporations: 77% of the Fortune Global 100 (FG100) have a Twitter account, whereas 61% have a Facebook page, according to a report by Burson-Marsteller. more
  • Secrets of Case Study Winners: How B2B Marketers Can Create Successful Programs
    by Paul McKeon
    Though social media has brought clients and vendors together, it's still a tough sell to get clients to agree to do case studies. But the B2B marketers who produce dozens of case studies know a few secrets... and this article shares them with you. more
  • Brands With Most Online Impact: Apple and Google
    The Apple and Google brands had the most significant impact online in the fourth quarter of 2010, generating "impact values" of $941.5 million and $875.8 million, respectively, based on high volumes of online media buzz and social media conversation, according to a study by General Sentiment that assigns a dollar ... more
  • Seven Ways to Gain PR Campaign Momentum
    by Ford Kanzler
    Gaining PR campaign momentum can seem impossible without the availability of your client contacts or the participation of the management team. Learn seven ways to overcome these challenges, and watch your PR campaign soar. more
  • Job-Market Secrets: How to Build Your Network in 12 Days
    by Debra Feldman
    Networking is the best job-search method and generates more than 80% of new hires. Constantly nurturing your relationships and strategically developing new contacts puts you on the inside track to plum job leads. Learn how to flesh out your network in just 12 days with these job-market secrets. more
  • Let Your Brand Shine at Tradeshows
    by Rob Murphy
    A company's communications strategy plays a key role in reinforcing brand identity. For many, that includes logos, brochures, online presence, public relations, advertising or packaging. But what about tradeshows? How often have you attended tradeshows on behalf of your client, noticed an exhibitor, and wondered: What exactly does this company ... more
  • Why Amazon Doesn't Understand Social Commerce
    by Leigh Duncan-Durst
    Even before the recent furor over Amazon's sale of the self-published "The Pedophile's Guide to Love and Pleasure," and the subsequent less-than-stellar and social-media-inept response by Amazon, it seemed clear that the pioneering e-commerce giant had begun to fall behind the social-commerce curve. more
  • The ROI of Real-Time Marketing and PR
    by David Meerman Scott
    In a world where speed and agility are essential to success, most organizations still operate slowly and deliberately. But the MBA-style approach of working off spreadsheets that predict what to do months into the future is no help when news is breaking in your industry today. The Internet has fundamentally ... more
  • Five Easy Ways to Gather Client Testimonials
    "When used properly ... testimonials can help you build a list of engaged email newsletter subscribers and increase sales," Rebecca Swayze notes in a post at the Inbox Ideas blog. But how do you collect worthwhile feedback when you haven't ever focused on it? Easy, Swayze says: Just go online. ... more
  • 'If You Want This Choice Position…': Seven Virtues of the Perfect Social Media Leader
    by Maria Ogneva
    Your social-media manager or director is a critical and strategic hire who will be responsible for formulating and executing your strategy, as well as educating your whole organization and aligning it with that strategy. How can you sift the wheat from the chaff? Here are the seven virtues of a ... more
  • Turning Thought-Leadership Content Into Cash
    In June, The Wall Street Journal reported a surge in social-media use by law firms interested in connecting with potential class-action plaintiffs. But if you take a closer look, you'll see that many of the approaches used provide viable marketing lessons for businesses of all types. more
  • Case Study: How One Company's Thought-Leadership Content Is Driving New Business, Exposure
    by Kimberly Smith
    Emulate these best-practices for launching a well-trafficked corporate blog, and you'll be well on your way to establishing yourself as a trusted authority in your marketplace. more
  • How to Become a Newsmaker
    When you're ready to position yourself as a media resource, says blogger Nettie Hartsock, you can hire publicists who pitch your expertise to journalists—or you can start making news at your blog. "The media is constantly sourcing blogs and the experts who write them to feature in both online and ... more
  • Content Marketing Vital to B2B Marketers
    Content marketing is now a well-established, core marketing strategy in the B2B marketplace, with B2B marketers considering content integral to their marketing mix: fully 9 in 10 organizations say they market with content, according to a new study from MarketingProfs and Junta42. more
  • Content Marketing Has Been a Successful PR Strategy for Decades
    by Ford Kanzler
    The highly effective strategy of creating informational content that's valuable to prospects and customers has been with us for decades. Demonstrating expertise, becoming an authority, providing "how-to" information, and speaking about subjects of interest or relevance to your market are a superb way of promoting or driving market engagement for ... more
  • Brand Marketers Not (Yet) Sold on Social Media
    With brand awareness cited as their primary brand-management goal in 2010, most corporate brand executives say online communications and traditional public relations—not social media—are still the most effective channels to reach their audiences, according to a survey from MiresBall and KRC Research. more
  • Building Loyalty and Corporate Profitability in Eight Productive Steps
    by Dianne Durkin
    It's no secret that loyal employees are the driving force behind solid, stable, and profitable companies, whereas unhappy, disgruntled, and disloyal employees can quickly bring any company to its knees. Companies that lack employee commitment can change their culture and build loyalty from the inside out by following these eight ... more
  • Pick-Up in Communications Spending Forecast for 2010-2014
    Driven by gradual economic recovery, advances in digital technology, and secular shifts in business and consumer spending, total communications industry spending is on pace to increase 3.5% in 2010 and post a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.8% from 2010 to 2014, reaching $1.4 trillion in spending by 2014, ... more
  • Social Media and SEO Integrated via New Platform
    by Elaine Fogel
    To help drive viewers to online content, a just-launched platform uses linguistics technology and search marketing best-practices to integrate social media with search engine optimization (SEO). Search engine marketing and design firm Zog Media launched the platform, dubbed Project Redline, in partnership with social media press release builder PitchEngine. more
  • Why You're Always Wrong and Your Customers Are Always Right
    by Allen Weiss
    If you're like most people, you live in a world where blame often happens in a systematic and predictable way. People simply have a tendency to believe the fault lies with someone else—and that someone else can be you. Of course, the process can work in the opposite direction, too... ... more
  • If We Do Say so Ourselves
    "You might have noticed a trend in more and more marketing," writes Rohit Bhargava at the Influential Marketing Blog, "where large brands are featuring real people and actual employees in their ads." Heavy hitters like Intel, Best Buy, Dominos, IBM and GE have all used real team members to tell ... more
  • Trust in Facebook Tanking After Privacy Changes
    Trust in Facebook as a company has been shaken as a result of controversial changes it has made to its privacy policy, and that loss of trust may lead up to one-quarter of its users to curtail their usage or drop Facebook entirely, according to a new poll by MarketingProfs. more
  • Establish Credibility and Persuade Customers via Contributed Articles
    by Ford Kanzler, Bob Peterson
    This is the strategy: Get company executives or yourself published in an editorial context for significantly greater marketing credibility than self-publishing another whitepaper that just sits on your website. more
  • Foolin' Around
    If you use Google on a regular basis, you've seen playful manipulations of the search engine's multicolored logo. The temporary tweaks often appear during holidays—harvest tones and a cartoon turkey might welcome Thanksgiving, for instance, while green hues and shamrocks might herald St. Patrick's Day. Visitors on April 1 were greeted ... more

Results for All Content » Marketing Articles » Public Relations: 176 - 200 of 477

Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13  19 20 Next
MarketingProfs uses single
sign-on with Facebook, Twitter, Google and others to make subscribing and signing in easier for you. That's it, and nothing more! Rest assured that MarketingProfs: Your data is secure with MarketingProfs SocialSafe!