What do you think of when you hear the word intern? Do you imagine a personal assistant running around getting coffee and laundry? Is the first word that pops into your head clumsy or inexperienced?
It is time to re-think the intern stereotypes and start looking at interns as investments for the future success for your company.
Here are some reasons to invest in educating the next generation of PR experts.
Purple Reign is the next deep dive of Nature’s Rx for Mental Wellness, the theme for the 2018 Garden Trends Report.
If you missed the other deep dives, here are Breathing Rooms, Social Network, Climate Controlled, Make a Splash and Imperfect Gardening.
Look around you, purple is the color of 2018. In fashion, in the home and… in the garden.
Ultra Violet was named Pantone’s color of 2018 as well because it communicates originality, ingenuity and visionary thinking that points us toward the future.
But what does that mean for your garden or your health?
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Artificial Intelligence is looming in the corners of every PR firm’s office. The good news is, this advanced tech may be here to help, not get you fired.
The fear factor associated with Artificial Intelligence (AI) is that the software is rapidly taking over human jobs that require data processing and recognizing patterns in data. Long gone are the days of interns practicing data entry.
When you have a bot writing and pitching ideas to the media, human usefulness in PR is most definitely on the hot seat. The million dollar question is: can you really replace human intelligence? If not intelligence, human connection and relationships?
Find out the answer below!
It is necessary for the success of any PR campaign to know the demographics of the target audience and, most importantly, to not leave any key demographics out.
In the United States, we have an extremely large Hispanic population, accounting for 18 percent of the nation’s total population. Their consumer spending power, totaling $1.4 trillion in 2016, is reason enough to adjust your company’s marketing strategy to appeal to the Hispanic demographic.
To learn more about how culture affects the marketing and PR industries, read below!
Imperfect Gardening is the next deep dive of Nature’s Rx for Mental Wellness, the theme for the 2018 Garden Trends Report.
If you missed the other deep dives, here are Breathing Rooms, Social Network, Climate Controlled and Make a Splash.
Nowadays people are overstimulated and overworked. There seems to always be something going on, but sometimes it is best to take a step back and enjoy the imperfections. Especially in the garden.
More people need to practice the ancient Japanese Wabi-Sabi. Wabi-Sabi appreciates imperfections in life and the ability to age gracefully.
When applied to the garden, the practice is relaxing and enjoyable.
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Yet again, social media is stepping up their game. Currently, the most engaging form of media is video. Well, not for long! The next big thing is coming and it is going to shake things up. What could possibly be more virtually engaging than a video? The answer is Virtual Reality.
Virtual Reality (VR) will leapfrog video like video leapfrogged photographs. It will bring an unprecedented level of engagement to the table and force yet another advance among everyone’s social media accounts.
Read below to find out exactly how VR will revolutionize the digital world!
Writing an engaging post in 280 characters is the newest form of poetry. It is an art form that is imperative to capturing your digital audience.
Even though Twitter has allotted an additional 140 characters, per the change last year, there is still a struggle with having enough space.
How do you get to the point without coming off as blunt? How do you summarize your content coherently?
Below are a few steps that will help you overcome this challenging task.
We are halfway through a glorious 2018, so because we love trends, let’s take a minute to look at some of the hottest trends in public relations!
Trends are important because it gives everyone a look at the direction the industry is taking. They give a more or less accurate reading on what is working and what is not.
Trends are an outline of what is popular which can influence business decisions. Not to mention, trends are a major source of content for the industry.
In case you’ve been missing out, read below for a quick guide to four of the latest and greatest PR trends.
How much information can you gather from a first impression?
First impressions set the tone for any relationship, personal or professional. These days, we not only make first impressions face to face, but online as well. According to AdAge, people are able to retain news feed information after only 1.7 seconds of viewing on a mobile device.
You have one point seven seconds to make a good impression, GO!
Continue reading to learn a few ways to ensure you’re making a good impression and prevent your reader from scrolling by.
Half of teenagers in the United States (45%) are online for almost all their waking hours. But where are they and how do marketers reach them?
The social media landscape, in fact the entire internet, looks so different than it did just three years ago. And while Facebook has still remained the giant, it has new competition for teen’s time.
Pew Research revealed that 51% of teenagers (13-17) use Facebook—a drop of 20% from three years ago. Which was a drop from years before that, too.
The Pew Research’s survey also highlights a priority for images and videos to capture teens’ attention. They are embracing visual- and mobile-first platforms.
Read on to learn what platforms they prefer and how to capture their attention there.
Marketing to Millennials,