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Romancing the C-Suite: How to Communicate Results That Resonate

Do you remember the first time you reported PR results to a C-suite executive? With sweaty palms, a beating heart, and just enough adrenaline to make you trip over your words, it’s really not that different than being in love, huh? Sure, CEOs are far less likely to be wooed than a Tinder date, but […]


15 Digital Skills PR Pros Must Master

Sally Falkow, president of PRESSfeed and founder of Meritus Media, is no stranger to the AirPR blog. In fact, she’s a downright digital regular! From her brilliant trends reports to our mutually shared love of integrating data into content, Sal is one of those PR pros who quite simply “gets” it. So it should come as no surprise that when one of […]


How A Press Release Is Like A Selfie

Today’s most successful PR campaigns begin with communications teams who have adopted the mentality of thinking like a journalist. Before even considering sending a pitch over to their favorite reporter, they’ve already strapped on their newsroom-caps and have evaluated whether or not Pitch A is a story with depth, nuance, and appeal. Would an editor […]


How PRTech Can Pump Up Your 2016 PR Planning

If you’re anything like us, you’re likely steeped in planning madness as the final weeks of 2015 come to a red and green infested close. In the midst of crafting strategies, brainstorming campaigns, and ideating stories, be sure to check out our recently refreshed PRTech Ecosystem. My, how far we’ve come! In just one year, […]


PART 2: Big Data 101 for PR

We know, we know…sequels so rarely live up to the hype of originals, but I can assure you this part duex is guaranteed to deliver as much punch and pizzazz as what came before. A few weeks ago my colleague and engineering partner-in-crime, Frank Jing, knocked it out of the park with his succinct and […]


3 Keys to the Virtuous PR Cycle

When it comes to PRTech, there are two key components to achieving success in this new world order: Technological investment and human capital. The problems tend to arise when PR loses sight of the human component and only focuses on the shiny, new tools in the PRTech ecosystem. Technological innovation is powerful, but all the […]


Is Digital Connectivity Killing The Conversation?

Rise of Digital And The Demise Of Conversation

During Monday’s KQED Forum with Michael Krasny, MIT sociologist and clinical psychologist Sherry Turkle led a discussion that struck a major chord with everyone in the AirPR office. It centered around the assertion that “a lack of face-to-face communication driven by increased smartphone use is diminishing people’s capacity for empathy”. Whoa. Hold the phone. Stop […]


A Day In The Life Of A PR Engineer

A Day In The Life of A PR Engineer

Whether or not the latest role moniker is adopted by an industry often has to do with the value brought by those who pioneer the title. You may have even seen how we wholeheartedly adopted the PR Engineer term back in 2014, but what you may not know is what the heck a PR Engineer […]


PART 1: Big Data 101 for PR

I’m not sure when it began, but it seems that “Big Data” is becoming THE catch phrase in every business meeting. The emphasis of each Big Data conversation may be different: it may be making sure no data is lost, or the privacy and security concerns of using the cloud, or the automation of analytical […]


How’s Your Data Literacy? Take our quiz and find out!

POP QUIZ, Y’ALL! Ok, so if that sentence brought on mental flashbacks of repressed high school memories, fret not. This quiz isn’t meant to make you sweat, agonize, or relive painful 16 year-old nightmares. In fact, its sole purpose is to provide some honest feedback on where your PR data strengths lie and where you may need a […]