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The 20 Responsibilities of PR and What They Entail

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AirPR CEO and Co-founder Sharam Fouladgar-Mercer lists the many responsibilities of today’s PR and communications teams. See how many fall within your role.


This Is How PR Influencers Think You Should Be Using Data

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We consider it one of our missions to help strip away the fear PR and communications strategists feel when their executives or clients ask for proof that what they’re doing is working. The PR metrics and PR data that are available to us today can help us do just that, but dealing with analytics is still […]


How to Empower Sales Teams With PR Insights

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PR insights aren’t just helpful to PR and communications professionals; they’re also incredibly useful to sales teams. Sales professionals are always looking for new ways to nurture relationships and build credibility. Sharing insights about what’s working with different types of PR and marketing campaigns is one way to establish such trust. Unfortunately in today’s swift-moving […]


An Ode to the Authentic Brand

Public relations is a nebulous thing in terms of where it lives within an organization. Sometimes it sits within its own communications department, other times it’s a part of digital marketing (smart!), and rarely it falls under a brand strategy function — the last of which is most surprising since PR plays such an important […]


Impress Your Execs With This New PR Metric: ROPRS

Kelly Byrd shares her thoughts on how to better equate measurement between advertising and PR with a new PR metric similar to ROAS: ROPRS, return on PR spend.


The How and Why of PR Attribution

Most marketers are obsessed with attribution—and with good reason: not only are they being held accountable for campaign performance, but they’re also on a mission to continually optimize that performance. More and more, that applies to PR, as well. PR is playing an increasingly integral role in the marketing mix. As a result, about three […]


How Brands Benefit From Exuding Real, Human Emotion

As public relations professionals, we like to lament over fake news and how it’s misguiding people. While fake news is indeed the bane of journalism, everyone in business has, at some level, fabricated something. In other words, we can hide behind the brands we represent and even our own personal brands at times with formal […]


Here Are the 6 Facets of Effective PR and Marketing Reporting

Monstrous file sizes, misguided statistics, focusing on tactics instead of outcomes and insights… The ways in which we can deplete the quality of our work when sharing PR and marketing results are vast. And for busy C-suite executives, reviewing a 10-page report as opposed to flipping through three top-line slides is often the difference between whether […]


10 Facts PR Influencers Know to Be True

Earlier this month, AirPR Chief Strategy Officer Rebekah Iliff joined Nasdaq for its #PRInfluencers series on Facebook Live. Hosted by Deirdre Breakenridge of Pure Performance Communications, and joined by fellow panelists Shonali Burke and Shannon Furey, the panel covered emerging PR trends including how corporate storytelling has changed in recent years and what PR professionals […]


What Happens When PR and Marketing Mesh

In a perfect world, public relations and marketing teams would work together more often to achieve common goals. But let’s be honest: we’re all fighting an uphill battle in reducing organizational drag, and not everyone needs to be in your weekly marketing meeting. I, however, believe marketing teams would benefit from inviting at least one person […]