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Millennial Week Unconference: Part 3

Posted by Samantha Arcieri on Wed, Nov 2, 2016 @ 2:05 PM

I attended the Millennial Week Unconference in DC a few weeks ago where I was inspired by a handful of speakers to stay motivated, stay positive and stay on top of my personal brand.

Here’s a brief recap of what the speakers had to say.

Continue reading to hear what industry leaders has to say at Millennial Week’s Unconference.

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Topics: leadership, Digital Branding, Brainstorming, branding

Millennial Week Unconference: Part 1

Posted by Samantha Arcieri on Wed, Oct 19, 2016 @ 2:41 PM

Last weekend, I attended the Millennial Week Unconference in DC where I had the opportunity to learn
about leadership, social media strategies and branding from top leaders in the field.

Not only was the experience insightful to me on a personal level, it opened my eyes to new digital and traditional strategies for exceeding client expectations.

Here’s a brief recap of what the speakers had to say.

Continue reading to hear what industry leaders has to say at Millennial Week’s Unconference.

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Topics: leadership, social media, branding, Digital Branding, creating content, content marketing

Infographic: Be a Media Relations Champion

Posted by Samantha Arcieri on Wed, Oct 12, 2016 @ 9:05 AM

Public relations professionals wear a lot of hats and develop a wide array of skills needed to make their clients successful.  Things like pitching and social media contribute to stellar campaigns, but did you know there’s a lot more that goes into refining one area of expertise?

This infographic from PR Daily shows exactly how to achieve the most success in the field.

Continue reading to learn the best tricks of the trade.  

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Topics: key influencers, Infographic, pitching, Digital Branding, social media

Trending Thursday: NaTECHure Deep Dive

Posted by Samantha Arcieri on Thu, Sep 15, 2016 @ 9:22 AM

You know by now that NaTECHure combines technology and nature to create an enhances outdoor experience.

This trend has the potential to create new generation of nature lovers.

Here’s a look into the essence of what makes NaTECHure popular. 

Continue reading for a deep dive into NaTECHure.

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Topics: Trending Thursday, Garden Trends, Garden Media, garden marketing, Digital Branding

Trending Thursday: Don’t Ignore VR in PR

Posted by Samantha Arcieri on Thu, Sep 8, 2016 @ 9:25 AM

NaTECHUre is a top trend in the gardening industry for 2016.

It’s no secret that virtual reality engages kids with gardening and nature in fun, new ways. When technology and nature combine, kids get off the couch and head outside to the garden.    

Garden brands looking to be successful need to pay attention to the virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) craze.

There are a lot of things PR pros can do to incorporate VR and AR in their strategies and bring their clients into the future.  

Read on to learn how to incorporate virtual reality in your PR strategy.  

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Topics: Trending Thursday, Garden Trends, Public Relations Trends, Digital Branding

Infographic: Build Your Brand Online

Posted by Samantha Arcieri on Wed, Aug 24, 2016 @ 9:32 AM

You can create a social media account in no time. One thing you can’t build overnight? Your brand.

In this day-and- age anything from companies to apps to people can be considered brands, and it takes time and dedication to make your presence relevant on the web.  

This infographic from Lifehack offers a few simple steps for gaining traction online.

What does your brand say about you?

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Topics: Infographic, Social, social media, branding, Digital Branding

Tips For Building Your Personal Brand

Posted by Stacey Pierson on Wed, Aug 17, 2016 @ 9:05 AM

I never thought of myself as a brand until recently. I’ve been in public relations for more than twenty years and without even realizing it, I’ve become my own personal brand that builds relationships and shares advice on social channels. And I’ve even secured my own personal web profile. 

When most people think of a brand today, a company is usually the first thing that pops into their heads. In the age of digital marketing, everyone can be their own brand.

Continue reading to learn how to create and maintain your personal brand.

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Topics: branding, Digital Branding, Public relations

Trending Thursday Throwback Trends: Aqua Forces of Nature

Posted by Samantha Arcieri on Thu, Jul 28, 2016 @ 9:22 AM

Fortoday’s throwback trends post, we’re highlighting a trend that has washed over the garden industry since 2013: Aqua Forces of Nature.

As drought continues to plague most of the country, people are still finding creative ways to garden that require little maintenance and even less water.

Continue reading to learn more about the Aqua Forces of Nature trend.

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Topics: Trending Thursday, Garden Trends, Public Relations Trends, branding, Digital Branding

Let’s Get Visual – It’s the Future of PR

Posted by Nicole Guarasci on Wed, May 11, 2016 @ 9:02 AM

We live in the age of images and videos.  

And on social, people don’t stop scrolling their feeds to read something. They stop for visuals.

This trend does wonders for the public relations industry. PR professionals want to inspire engagement and views on social media that only visuals can give. Whether it is a fast-paced, 6-second video or a beautiful image, these are the kind of posts getting attention- especially since words don't cutting it anymore.

Marketers, PR professionals and social media connoisseurs get this and have altered their strategies accordingly. Plus, social media sites are making this easier to be done with new, wildly popular features.

Continue reading to learn how to take advantage of visuals on social media.

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Topics: creating content, Digital Branding, Instagram, social media, Snapchat

Emojis are the New PR Language

Posted by Nicole Guarasci on Wed, Apr 27, 2016 @ 9:36 AM

It is hard to ignore emojis.  These illustrated emoticons have made their way across the internet, through cell phone screens and have even graced the cover of notable magazines.

Brands should take note of their widespread reach and embrace them.

Emojis have become a staple in PR in recent years, so much so that powerhouse brands like Chevy even released a press release in nothing but emojis

What makes emojis so great is that they are a common language. People all over the world can use them and know what they mean.

The PR world is utilizing the power and reach of emojis to make an impact for brands.

Continue reading to discover why all PR professionals should be using emojis.

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Topics: Twitter, PR Strategy, Digital Branding, internet media, social media

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