1. They think their product is the only one on the market, and it’s not.
2. They are pre-revenue, pre-funding, and pre-tty much not interesting to tech media – yet. 154 more words
6 ‘monstrous’ reasons to use the Wire for press releases
I’ve heard it time and time again: the press release is no longer relevant. Well, my friends, I’m here to tell you that the press releases are not only relevant, but the results they generate makes them a must-have in today’s fast-changing PR landscape. 1,213 more words
Marketing and PR are forms of art, they aren’t an exact science. You have to constantly feel out each situation and stay on top of who your customers are and what they need (check out… 698 more words
So many business leaders compartmentalize marketing into silos. This happens for a number of reasons. Maybe you have a large corporation, some people think it is easier to look at things in separate pieces, and others don’t understand the power that marketing can have, they just see it as a necessary function of business because that is what they were taught. 486 more words
In the first of my series of posts exploring the components of public relations, the focus is on traditional strategies.
From the original PR responsibilities of “free publicity” and knowing the power of a headline to the modern PR obligations of trend-setting and digital media, the public relations industry has transformed over time to shape a new, modern PR profession. 279 more words
The word “win” is like the word “sex” or “crisis”: It is an attention grabber.
Even though the actual meeting itself is usually years away, given the long lead-time of association meetings, winning a bid is a great PR opportunity, which probably not enough members are making full use of. 295 more words