We can (and sometimes do) spend hours explaining to current or prospective clients the myriad of ways that we can support their marketing, sales, and overall public relations goals. However, there are also a few opportunities that companies should seize in order to help their PR firm better help them. Entrepreneur Magazine explains: “Some people hire a publicist and expect their workload to be lightened, but that’s naïve thinking. You’ll need to be involved in […]
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If you’re in business long enough it’s a given: at some point your company is going to go through a major transition, whether it’s a change in senior management or a shakeup within the board of directors. However, one transition that’s often underappreciated is the changing of a marketing executive. As PR practitioners, change in marketing leadership can either be an impediment to the continuity that has been developed over years or an opportunity to […]
We’re often asked what the difference between Public Relations and Marketing is. To me, the answer is simple: money. More specifically, the differences can be found in what your hard earned dollars get you. Despite what you sometimes read, marketing and PR should never be in competition with each other. Both offer unique approaches to getting the same job done: increasing public awareness about your business and its offerings. The real contrast is in the […]
We recently attended Business Wire Boston’s “All Things Social” event and were recognized for our live-Tweeting response to the presentations. From the article: Read the full article at Business Wire Boston’s Storify.