25May
By: Ryan Seller On: May 25, 2018 In: Comms, PR Comments: 0

Gorkana’s State of the Media Report sheds some light on the all-important relationship between PRs and journalists today. The findings show that 75% of the media prioritise an accurate story over a breaking story, and only 3% say that they are willing to trust content from social media and...

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19Dec
By: Ryan Seller On: December 19, 2017 In: PR Comments: 0

Pitching to journalists is a crucial part of daily life as a PR professional. But whether over the phone or via email, most journalists are inundated with content from PR pros throughout the day. So how can you make your content stand out in their overflowing inbox? To help...

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24Oct
By: Alex Halpern On: October 24, 2017 In: Comms, Content, PR, Social Media, Technology Comments: 0

It’s no secret that the tweet, the Facebook status and the Instagram pic have transformed journalism. And yet despite the diversity of reasons why journalists use social media today, their communication with PR pros remains universally consistent. Cision and Canterbury Christ Church University’s Social Journalism 2017 Study reported that...

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24May
By: admin On: May 24, 2017 In: PR, Survey Comments: 0

Many companies don’t know where to start when it comes to creating survey campaigns, and this uncertainty often leads to poor results. If done well, a survey can create compelling thought leadership for an organisation, targeting issues that affect both individual customers and the overall industry. A great survey...

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10Mar
By: Edward Clark On: March 10, 2017 In: Content, PR, Press Release Comments: 0

“On average, five times as many people read the headline as read the body copy. When you have written your headline, you have spent eighty cents out of your dollar” – David Ogilvy. Society values first impressions. The mantra that they only happen once is drilled into the heads...

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