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How CEOs Should Use Data In A PR Crisis

A crisis can be one of the most difficult situations in a CEO’s career. Crisis preparedness and internal education can aid you before a crisis hits, and having the right monitoring and measurement tools in place can provide you the insights you need throughout a crisis. For brands, there is a new world of rapid-response, […]

9 Ways To Up Your PR Game

Tools and skills you can’t live without from today’s leading PR minds. Whether you’re working in-house at a startup or running your own shop, you’ll discover one fundamental truth about PR: It’s changing faster than ever. These shifts include everything from the implications of brand journalism on the PR function to the dwindling number of journalists filling […]

Investor Relations: Your Earnings Are Out, Now What?

Three essentials of measuring your financial earnings news and developing the right message Publicly traded companies release their earnings (essentially, their profits) four times a year through an earnings release, typically followed by an earnings call, where CEOs and CFOs can offer color and insight into their results as investors make decisions about their stock. […]

Interview Series: CMO of UL Discusses How PR & Content Marketing Are Evolving in 2018

  Kathy Seegebrecht is SVP and Chief Marketing Officer for UL (Underwriters Laboratories). She joined UL in 2015 and is responsible for brand and marketing strategy, communications, public relations and crisis management, corporate social responsibility, events, customer experience, digital marketing and social media, as well as the marketing organization at large. Kathy sits on the […]

AirPR Recognized As High Performer by G2 Crowd Customer Reviews

“AirPR allows you to track more in-depth metrics than the other PR monitoring platforms.” When shopping for software, there are a few elements that stick out to a communications or marketing professional. Responsible for finding a social media analytics platform and providing analytics on public relations efforts for a marketing agency years ago, I remember […]

Three Steps to Finding Better Influencers

Gaining respect, trust and social capital with PR and digital marketing influencers in your space is fast become the holy grail of online marketing. But how do you identify who is influencing who? The influencers of our target audience change over time and it is difficult to identify who has the greatest impact – beyond […]

How Storytelling Connects Paid, Earned, and Owned Media

Breaking down silos between Paid, Earned & Owned media through continuous storytelling We are all familiar now with the PESO model. In December 2009, Forrester defined what it called the three new media options for interactive marketers: “paid, earned and owned.” Earned media had traditionally been the responsibility of public relations, while paid and owned […]

How AI Will Be a PR Pro’s Dream Come True

Industry leaders discuss how artificial intelligence is changing the way we work Last week, AirPR hosted the webinar “How AI Will Be a PR Pro’s Dream Come True” with industry leaders Wendy Marx, President of Marx Communications, Sharam Fouladgar-Mercer, CEO of AirPR Software, and Heidi Sullivan, President of HKSully Consulting. They discussed how AI is […]

AirPR Interview Series: Emmy Award Winning Journalist & PR Pro Mika Stambaugh

“Nail the elevator pitch.” Mika Stambaugh is an Emmy award winning journalist and dynamic entrepreneur known for her creative strategies in executing media and communication campaigns. She won an Emmy in 2008 as a Field Producer at CBS 2 News Chicago and then became spokesperson for the City of Chicago Department of Business Affairs and […]

AirPR Interview Series: Mark Delcorps of Overstock.com

Senior PR Engineer Kelly Byrd interviewed her customer Mark Delcorps of Overstock.com on how he and his team and company are using AirPR data to help them drive, maintain and replicate business impact. K: How does the Overstock PR team fit into the organization? M: As far as our organizational structure we are part of […]