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4 Steps for Fruitful Content Strategy

If you don’t have a content program for your marketing and PR, you’re probably about to start one, or you should be thinking about it. The Content Marketing Institute (CMI) reported that content marketing is popular, and growing, with 91% of B2B brands and 86% of B2C brands using it. Quality content brings averages a […]

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Engaging with Clients on Social: The Why & How for Custom Integrators

About a month ago, an installer posed this question. “Do you think it is acceptable to connect with each new client you start working with on social media? Or do you know of an article that talks about social media and new client relationships?” My response: “Most dealers will add a customer to their email […]

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The Best Advisors Say No

We’ve all been in that meeting. The meeting where someone, usually in a leadership role, suggests a terrible idea. An idea that’s either counterproductive to the mission of the organization, outside of the scope or abilities of the people within that organization, or just plain wrongheaded. The trajectory of that idea depends on the rest […]

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Knowledge is Power, But Beware the Jargon: Tips for Writing for Any Industry

Gaining detailed knowledge of a new subject can be challenging. Such is the constant quest of a PR professional, especially those of us in tech PR, who keep up with evolving and emerging trends and absorb news to create storylines and write content.

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Is Crafting the Message > Building the Relationship?

In PR, relationships are imperative to success, but telling truthful and compelling stories on behalf of your client is what the job is all about. If that is done correctly, relationships will simply form naturally. I interviewed some of our Caster Crew members for their point of view regarding the concept of relationships vs. storytelling […]

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