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AirPR Raises $8 Million Series C Financing – Bolsters Platform With the Release of Author Intelligence™ Solution

San Francisco, December 17, 2018 – AirPR (www.airpr.com), the data science company for communication and public relations, today announced the closing of its Series C financing of 8 million dollars. Pereg Ventures, along with all three of the company’s largest existing institutional investors, Wildcat Ventures, Storm Ventures, and Correlation Ventures, participated in the round. The […]


PR Data Insights: Rethinking Narrative Pick-Up

One of the most touted PR outcomes I see almost every PR pro report on is narrative pick-up a.k.a how many additional media outlets republish a recent piece of content. While story pick-up can be an incredibly positive PR outcome, I challenge the notion that all story pick-up is created equal. Public relations is about […]


The Funnel Approach to PR Measurement

For years, the PR industry has struggled with how to effectively measure PR in any sort of standardized manner. Unlike advertising where a few key metrics clearly define success, PR’s complex, relationship-based structure makes identifying metrics for widespread adoption far more challenging. Because “you can’t manage what you can’t measure,” metrics are crucial to PR […]


PR Data Insights: How to Benchmark Engagement

PR’s access to data has grown exponentially in the past few years, however one of the most frustrating aspects about measuring PR is the lack of industry benchmarks available. It’s challenging to set measurement goals without an understanding of how others in your field are faring. In fact, PR may be the last business function […]


Medium’s New Focus & What It Means for PR

Last week, PR and communications professionals listened closely as Medium CEO Ev Williams announced the publishing platform’s new focus and the downsizing of its New York and Washington D.C. teams. In the piece, Williams validated Medium’s mission to “promote intelligent viewpoints and new ideas no matter who they’re from” while, at the same time, recognizing […]


Were our 2016 PR predictions spot on?

Oh, the last few weeks in December — that special time of year when industry prediction posts become as ubiquitous as ugly holiday sweaters and peppermint-flavored everything. While I’m certain there will be plenty of articles about what’s next for the world of PR and communications (like this one from the incomparable Gini Dietrich) I’m […]


The Best PR Conferences to Attend in 2017

If you’re in search of PR and marketing conferences to attend in 2017, you’re in luck because this is the definitive list! Whether you’re looking to submit a proposal to speak, nominate a colleague’s work for an award, or attend a communications conference to sharpen your skills, this curated round-up of events will help. Take a […]


Debunking PR Myths One Little Lie at a Time

Let me let you in on a little secret… Sometimes when we post here on the AirPR Blog, it’s a test! Over the summer, I published three LinkedIn Pulse articles, a series focused on busting the myths even the most data-driven PR professionals tell themselves. As an experiment, we republished those articles with new titles […]


What PR People Can Learn From Gandhi

Since November is all about the “good feels” and being thankful for what we have (in both our personal and professional lives), what better way to celebrate the season than to reflect on all that we’ve accomplished with a few quotes from everyone’s favorite beacon of peace? Here, I share a few of my favorite […]


Why Measuring Input Is as Important as Measuring Outcomes

Measuring the success of a PR campaign is important. So is measuring how much time your team spent creating and implementing that campaign. This combination provides an understanding of input and output: time and resources invested, compared to what was gained from the campaign itself. In this PRTech Pro Spotlight, I interview ClickTime CEO Alex […]