I recently had the opportunity, with some other Cincinnati-area marketers and communicators, to listen to, learn from and chat with one of the world’s most iconic brand builders – John Pepper.
For every misstep and malfeasance made by the big, blue Internet giant, communities are brought just the slightest bit closer together.
Call us sentimental. Think of us as romantics. Throw in a pinch of outright passion. Wow! Do we love Valentine’s Day.
We have all felt and heard the manifestation of another’s love language. We express how much we love and value those closest to us in countless ways. But what about that other type of special relationship?
If you’re a marketing or PR pro tasked with delivering (or reporting on) audience engagement, consider these relationship-related insights as you frame your strategy and execution.
Whether in work or our personal relationships, joining forces helps us to accomplish so much. Connections are key, and partnerships are essential components on the path to growth.
How many times have we heard it? “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Unless, of course, it isn’t. Or at least it is not the thousand words you first thought it to be.
There are countless best practices for crisis communications management and it is good to be familiar with them.
The flywheel might be the marketing industry’s darling for 2019, but the concepts that accompany it have actually presented a new way for me to look at my own marketing practice.
Developing and fostering relationships with the media are critical. Here are three essential tips to help you along the way.