Discover how to get the most out of media request services, including how to respond to them to get the best results for your brand in this post from Hannah Butcher.
Hannah Butcher explores the reasons that bloggers will avoid your both your email and working with the brand you are representing.
An integrated digital marketing strategy has become essential to the success of nearly every brand’s online presence. It’s no longer a sustainable option to focus on one element of digital marketing in isolation. After all, an exciting content marketing asset is nothing if no one sees it, so it must always come hand-in-hand with a well planned PR strategy. But does this really mean that the two worlds are colliding and become one and the same?
Most marketing campaigns fail. What will always decide on failure of success: how well you understand your audience and how good your end product or service really is.
Generating ideas for quality content is increasingly hard to do. Sarah Kershaw shares a range of useful content tips from journalists and PR professionals.
HARO (Help A Reporter Out) is like a matchmaking service between marketers/PRs and journalists/bloggers. Steve Morgan explains how to re-use failed HARO requests so that your effort will not go to waste.
The lines between good PR and paid link inclusions are often blurred. Claire Thompson explores the issue and provides some insights for journalists, PR and SEO professionals to keep in mind when paying for link inclusions in high profile publications.
The search industry moves very quickly – many things change but much stays the same too. Jo Turnbull tells about her 7 years in SEO and what she’s learned.
The digital industry is so focused on written and visual content, one often overlooked channel is being neglected: events. Andy Miller explains why events are a powerful content channel and what he learnt from staging events.
The ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ brings up Privacy Issues – do want to have the right to remember?