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How Brands Are Interacting With GenZ

by Meghan Azralon

marketing public relations

Marketing to the youngest generation has always been a challenge. According to GenZ, trends come and go so quickly, it’s hard for brands to catch on. So, what do teenagers find cool? I have no idea. But the people at Google are trying to crack the code to GenZ with their new report outlining the coolest trends, tech, and brands according to the world’s newest generation. Will this new data help public relations and marketing professionals reach this audience? Let’s dive in. 

How to Find Social Media Influencers: The Definitive Guide

by Anna McGeady

marketing public relations social media

With all the social media platforms available, there is no shortage of opportunities for companies to get noticed online. But brands have to consider carefully who would be the best person to relay their message, especially when non-celebrity endorsements are 10 times more likely to drive in-store purchases than their conventionally famous counterparts. Noting this trend, PR professionals, marketers and advertisers alike are scrambling to figure out who best champions their brand. 

What is Signal and What Does it Mean for Public Relations?

by Chelsea Higgins

mobile public relations social media technology twitter

“Find me on Signal”You may have seen that phrase on a number reporter's Twitter bios. What is Signal, and why am I supposed to find reporters on it?  

Top PR Trends for 2017

by Meghan Azralon

public relations

Can you believe we’ve already completed two full months in 2017?! The new year has brought new PR trends along with it. We’ve compiled a list of the top four trends that all public relations professionals should pay attention to this year.  

How to Spot Fake News Like a Pro

by Jacqui Harig

business public relations social media television

For many decades, fake news has been an issue that readers had to combat, but it wasn’t until recently that fake news became so prominent and influential in our daily lives. According to a 2016 Gallup poll, only 32% of people said they have a great deal or fair amount of trust in the media, down 8% from the previous year - and the lowest it’s been in polling history. This is clearly a huge issue for companies and news organizations, and fake news sites are capitalizing on it.