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Professional Service Firm PR Challenges

Posted Feb. 3rd 2017

Industry consolidation, increasing client demands, more intense competition and diminishing loyalty of partners – these are just some of the obstacles professional service firms face daily. All of these factors make marketplace differentiation and reputational protection— two key benefits of a targeted public relations program – more important, and more difficult, than ever. In the […]

How to Get Company Decision Makers on Board with PR

Posted Oct. 25th 2016

When it comes to PR, garnering and maintaining “buy-in” from key company decision makers is a must. While there is no doubt there’s real value in PR, your program needs both financial support and professional involvement from top executives in order to succeed. Ask yourself these questions: • Has one of your really great PR […]

How to Engage Decision Makers in PR

Posted Jul. 22nd 2016

Has one of your really great marketing ideas fallen flat due to lack of engagement from key members of your firm? Have you presented a solid PR proposal to seemingly deaf ears? Have you ever left a meeting feeling frustrated by the lack of enthusiasm for a communications campaign? One of the main PR missteps […]

The ‘Average’ Auto Supplier, Socially

Posted Mar. 4th 2016

Our recent Social Media and Automotive Supplier Habits™ 2.0 (SMaASH™ 2.0) study of the top 25 North American automotive OEM suppliers showed that suppliers have stepped up their social media game in the past year. Among the highlights: • More suppliers are embracing social media – The most popular social media channels where leading auto […]

Six Ways CEOs Sabotage Their Own Media Interviews

Posted Feb. 19th 2016

Despite the best of preparation by the PR professional, sometimes offenses by a CEO during a media interview can have a negative impact on the resulting media coverage – causing damage to the CEO’s and the company’s images, and perhaps even undermining the company’s prospects for future positive coverage. Worse yet is the fact that […]

Most Professional Service Social Media Posts Fail the Interactivity Test

Posted Oct. 23rd 2015

Engagement is the immediate goal for most professional service firms’ social media presence. Law firms, architects, staffing companies and more go to great lengths to measure and analyze engagement with likes, favorites, shares, retweets, reach, clicks and other metrics. Yet only a small share of professional service firm posts are the type that actually encourage […]

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