Personal branding might sound like a buzzword, but it’s so much more than that. Especially at the beginning of anyone’s career.
As we live in a modern, digital age, businesses are now going global and expanding to new markets more than ever before. While this may not be a recent trend, it has become clear that having an effective localization strategy in place can be the difference between success and failure in a new market.
There’s no guarantee your content will go viral. But at least, these time-tested practices can enhance the chances of creating viral content and help your brand get recognition and wider reach.
Technology is driving change at a dizzying rate, forcing public relations practitioners everywhere to scramble to stay on top of the latest and greatest advances. Let’s look at some of these technological advances and how they’ve impacted what PR pros do on a daily basis.
‘Going viral’ is something most (if not all) marketers and advertisers strive for. Either with an in-house team or with the help of a digital agency, brands all over the map brainstorm idea after idea to come up with the best and most creative content marketing plan that will get them trending. In other words, they bring viral marketing into play.
I believe that good PR can be a real sales booster, and PR efforts targeted specifically at your enterprise clients can help your sales staff reach completely different figures in their sales quotas.
During live events, it’s vital to the safety of attendees to have a number of protocols in place in the event of an emergency. From inclement weather to safety risks during the event, you need to be prepared to maximize your reach during a crisis.
PR is all about positive branding. Today, this concept is so much more than just setting a color scheme and picking a recognizable logo. It is about creating a persona that encapsulates every aspect of your business so it can be easily communicated to your audience.
Promotion is a critical component of anything you want to raise awareness about. You wouldn’t spend your time and energy coordinating a birthday party without promoting it. What would be the point? You’d be the only one there, and that’d be a sad party.
When creating a PR team, it’s important to make sure its members can handle their responsibilities while being prepared for anything that comes their way. However, bulletproofing your PR team is about more than just managing them effectively…
Creating content that provides the best experience for your website visitors while attracting relevant traffic from search engines takes a lot of time and effort. Learn how to do it right…