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Opinion: The Problem With 280 Character Tweets

by Anna McGeady

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In the spirit of giving things a fair shot, I wanted to live with Twitter’s 280 character limit increase for a few weeks before weighing in on the discussion. “Let’s see how it goes,” I said, “I don't want to jump to any conclusions.” But now, after more than a month of scrolling past lengthy tweets, it's time to acknowledge the problem with 280 characters.   

BIGfish Named a Global Leader in Clutch’s Best Agencies of 2017 Report

by Chelsea Higgins

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Mama, we’ve made it! This past Friday, BIGfish was named to Clutch’s list of top PR agencies. After landing on their Boston list in 2015 and 2016, BIGfish was recognized in Clutch’s first-ever global press release, announcing the best digital and traditional agencies worldwide.  

Meet Our New Team Member, Anna!

by Chelsea Higgins

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The BIGteam keeps growing! BIGfish is excited to welcome, Anna Dow to the team as our newest Account Coordinator. Keep reading to learn more about Anna and her love for the outdoors and Italian gelato!  

The History of the Press Release and Why It’s So Important

by Gary Prendiville

public relations

Nothing is more ubiquitous in today’s public relations industry than the press release. The BIGteam has spent countless hours over the past 18 years drafting, revising and approving press releases on behalf of our clients. For such a staple tool in communications, many are still unaware of how the press release became so important. Although it may seem like it was created by a university professor, the history and conception of the first press release is actually quite spontaneous.  

How to Develop a Successful PR Strategy

by Chelsea Higgins

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Sun Tzu once said, “All men can see these tactics whereby I conquer, but what none can see is the strategy out of which victory is evolved.” For any public relations campaign to end in success, an overarching strategy is needed to guide the individual tactics PR professional take when securing press for their clients. When kicking off with a new public relations partner, there are three fundamental pillars that help guide the development of PR strategy: end goals, target audience and key messages. With proven success developing and executing on PR strategies, the BIGteam has some advice on how to turn these pillars into a successful strategy.  

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