Digital Public Relations (PR) is a strategy that aligns PR with SEO, inbound marketing and lead generation. The key difference between digital PR and traditional PR is that traditional PR...Continue Reading
If you create a product or service that solves a real problem for businesses or consumers, odds are that something about it is newsworthy. Does it solve a problem that...Continue Reading
On January 9, 2018, nearly 200,000 people will arrive in Las Vegas to shop for and to promote the hottest new consumer electronics products at CES. That includes more than...Continue Reading
This article was originally featured in the Meltwater Blog. The Emperor penguin, looking over baby penguin: a fantastic example of brand advocacy.The “Marc Cowlin brand” has an amazing brand advocate: her name is Judi (and she is my mom). Good or bad, no matter what I do, she is there to sing my praises, defend my foibles and support me both publicly and privately. My mom is by far the best PR my “brand” could have. I don’t pay her; she does it because she loves me and, as she says, “It’s what moms do.” Brand advocacy – or what…
Every company wants to know when it is being written about, blogged about, tweeted about and any other form of media coverage. Tracking the hundreds of thousands of media outlets unleashed by the web and social media is nearly impossible to do without sophisticated, expensive media monitoring platforms.
Trying to get media coverage for a company, product or event is more challenging than ever. The Internet has spawned hundreds of thousands of media outlets–from bloggers with large followings to major news publications. The competition to reach these writers and journalists is fierce.