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  • Why PR Pros Need to Use LinkedIn Better

    Why PR Pros Need to Use LinkedIn Better

    By Jason Mollica In mid-2014, Social Media Examiner’s Marketing Industry Report showed that Facebook and LinkedIn are the two most

  • LinkedIn: An Underappreciated Tool for IR

    LinkedIn: An Underappreciated Tool for IR

    When investor relations officers think social media, Twitter and Facebook leap to mind– and with good reason. But LinkedIn, a

  • Develop Some GMail Rapport

    By Mark Evans   If your business is all about people — and whose isn’t? — Rapportive could offer you a

  • Are you on LinkedIn yet?

    By Tannette Johnson-Elie   Of the online networking sites available, LinkedIn is a powerful tool for professionals and entrepreneurs to

  • Social Media for Small Businesses

    By Tannette Johnson-Elie   Social media has become an essential tool for promoting and growing a business. Millions of consumers

  • Are you a backseat tweeter? Diagnose yourself in 3 easy steps

    During last Thursday’s wildly popular #smmeasure chat, I was astonished at the flurry of activity and volume of tweets, and

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How PR pros can integrate Meerkat and Periscope into their strategies

[By Jason Mollica] There are two new kids on the social media block that are making many swoon. By now (hopefully), ...

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How to Raise Visibility with an Online Newsroom

[By Kait Fowlie] The aim of an online newsroom is simple: you want to create one centralized place where the media ...

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[By Aaron Broverman] When it comes to PR resources online, it seems you can throw a rock and hit a PR ...

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The New Influencers: Working with High-Profile Bloggers

[By Karen Geier] PR used to be a lot more centralized. There were very specific reporters for radio, TV, and print ...

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How to Make the Job of a Journalist Easier

[By Tannette Johnson-Elie] In today’s era of digital news, journalists are under increasing pressure to produce more and their jobs are ...

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