With 2016 fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking of your PR strategy for the coming year.
Digital Public Relations Articles
For years, DMR has been a top destination for public relations professionals looking for the latest stats and strategy. The follow is a rundown of each digital PR post we have written over the years in chronological order.
Following our ASRE post, we look at why social listening is a crucial part of the ‘Awareness’ stage when formulating your social media Strategy. Here’s why:
Social media listening is a fundamental tool for any business. Although many companies are not ready to dive into the social media realm to increase brand awareness and reach customers, all should be utilising these platforms to listen (or monitor as it’s often called). Although there are a variety of platforms set up to help you monitor social media usage, such as Meltwater Buzz, it can also be done manually for those smaller businesses.
It is an undeniable fact that the entire world is ‘selfie’ obsessed, but has your business got the picture when it comes to maximising the benefit of this trend?
Selfie, 2013’s word of the year, has quickly taken the social media world by storm and it’s now totally engrained in not just our online, but our everyday lives. The hashtag and the selfie are arguably the strongest couple of the 21st century and have quickly become a fundamental part of modern-day life.
Reviewing and reinforcing strong media relationships should be an important part of every PR professional’s standard routine. Connecting with media professionals is vital for anyone in a press relations role. In order to remain effective, PR professionals must constantly evaluate and re-evaluate tactics and follow guidelines for being tactful. Here are 15 tips for building strong media relationships:
In a world that runs online and is fueled by online reviews, conversations and comments, it’s inevitable that some negativity is bound to find its way to your brand. You can’t control the opinions of the world and one hotel is learning this the hard way. The Story Recently, a hotel in New York decided […]
While many businesses, organizations, and individuals view PR and SEO as separate entities, they have become two sides of the same coin.
Public Relations (PR) is the practice of managing the spread of information between an individual or an organization and the public.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or webpage in a search engine’s “natural” or unpaid “organic” search results.
These practices used to be very different. SEO was focused on broadcasting as many links as possible, and luring search engine bots into websites with little to no content. Now, search engine traffic is derived from content, HTML, and the exclusion of link spamming sites. Nowadays, PR and Search Engine Marketing (SEM) have become more alike than ever.
So how do you optimize your site to ensure you achieve the best possible search ranking possible? Of course, a majority of your success will come from having quality content, but there are a number of other page features that you need to pay attention to as well. Following the tips in this post should get you some pretty solid results.
With over 225 million monthly active users sending an average of 500 million Tweets per day, its no wonder Twitter is the first place many people turn to receive up to date news and information . And, you don’t just have to take our word for this…there are over 2.1 billion searches run on the site everyday, meaning its hot on the heels with Google and YouTube! However, unlike the other search engines, Twitter allows any individual to post news that will immediately be positioned in the public eye, leaving Google frantically struggling to keep up.
This week, we made a number of additions and updates to our LinkedIn and Twitter digital statistics posts.
The premise that everyone already engages in content marketing and that there is more and more content out there (2 million blog posts a day) is the most determining factor in 2014. So what can you do to stand out?