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Need a Boost? How PR Can Benefit Your SEO

Posted Jul. 27th 2016

Where your company or brand shows up via online search engine results has never been more important. With nearly every company offering accessibility and outreach via its website and social media accounts – and with the majority of people searching for contacts, services and products online – the competition to stand out from the online […]

Where Do Journalists Go to Research Your CEO Before a Media Interview?

Posted Jul. 8th 2016

Most journalists around the globe have the same basic goal – to get the story. But HOW and WHERE they do research on the CEO prior to an interview varies widely, especially depending upon what part of the world they’re working in, according to our partners in the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN – www.prgn.com). […]

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 […]

Seven Ways Auto Suppliers Can Supercharge Social Media in 2016

Posted Jan. 4th 2016

While many of North America’s top automotive suppliers have increased their use of social media in the past year significantly, there’s still room to boost the horsepower of their social media programs in 2016, based on our second annual study of auto supplier social media habits. (Bianchi PR’s proprietary study, “Social Media and Automotive Supplier […]

Let’s Get Visual! Automotive Supplier Social Media Posts Need More Visuals

Posted Nov. 25th 2015

With the human brain able to process visual content 60,000 times faster than text, it’s a no brainer that visual content can be more effective than words. For that reason, about 90 percent of the information sent to our brain is visual. And almost every major social network, including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, have recognized […]

Auto Suppliers Need to Shift Their Focus Outward on Social Media

Posted Nov. 6th 2015

More than 50 percent of the posts made on social media by automotive suppliers are focused on themselves, according to our recent Social Media and Automotive Supplier Habits™ 2.0 (SMaASH 2.0) study of the top 25 North American automotive OEM suppliers. Given that the golden rule of social media is: for every one post about […]

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 […]

Most Professional Service Firms Neglect Their Most Powerful Social Media Platform

Posted Oct. 2nd 2015

Professional service organizations are not taking full advantage of the power and reach of LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network with 350+ million members (and adding two more across 200 countries and territories per second.)  While LinkedIn is viewed as the most important social network for business people – ahead of blogs, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube […]

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