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How Do Journalists Evaluate Your CEO in Media Interviews?

Posted Jan. 29th 2016

What are the most important factors considered when a journalist evaluates a CEO during a media interview? According to study results shared by our partners around the world in the Public Relations Global Network — PRGN — it all depends where the interview is happening. A survey of journalists around the world showed that overall, […]

Journalists Share the Best Setting for a CEO Media Interview

Posted Jan. 8th 2016

Location is crucial to success in the real estate world … and it can also be key to your CEO’s next media interview by helping to create the right impression with the journalist. According to study results shared by our partners in the Public Relations Global Network — PRGN — the top location preferences for […]

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 […]

Top Social Media & PR Blog Posts of 2015

Posted Dec. 30th 2015

As 2015 comes to a close, we look back at the top six posts on the Bianchi Biz Blog that generated the most views and attention. Three of the posts were related to the PRGN survey of how journalists in Europe and North America prepare for CEO media interviews, two were related to our study […]

Are Your CEO’s Social Media Channels Helping or Hurting Media Interviews?

Posted Dec. 11th 2015

Your CEO’s social media posts may have a huge impact on the outcome of the CEO’s next media interview, according to study results from our partners in the Public Relations Global Network — PRGN — (http://bit.ly/18DOK4t). Which social media platforms journalists will research … how much these channels are used by journalists, can vary significantly, […]

What’s Different About How European Journalists Approach CEO Interviews?

Posted Nov. 20th 2015

A potential danger facing CEOs who engage in international media relations is the failure to understand how journalistic practices vary from one continent – or country – to another. So, to assist CEOs and their communications executives in understanding how journalists in Europe prepare for, and conduct, CEO media interviews, the Public Relations Global Network […]

Automotive Suppliers Need to Share More Media Coverage

Posted Oct. 16th 2015

When it comes to credibility, a third party endorsement such as media coverage is hard to beat. Media coverage is perceived to reflect an unbiased, objective perspective from the press, resonating in a much more authentic way with your key audiences. A recent study by Nielsen reported that third-party articles in trusted media outlets is […]

Professional Service Firms Don’t Share Enough Media Coverage on Social Media

Posted Sep. 11th 2015

A recent study by Nielsen showed that “expert” content – third-party articles in trusted media outlets –is the most effective source of information impacting people in all stages of the purchase process. Nielsen said, on average, earned media coverage lifted brand familiarity 88 percent more than branded content and 50 percent more than user reviews. […]

One approach for CEO media interviews does not fit all markets

Posted Aug. 28th 2015

While the Internet and digital communications are making the world smaller and driving some common practices, the world of journalism is anything but unified in cultural habits, preferences and approaches. According to our global partners in the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) who surveyed more than 200 journalists in Europe and North America, while there […]

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