Top 10 PR Blog Posts of 2021

2021 has been a year of resilience and bouncing back from the challenges of the pandemic, supply chain snafus and the “Great Resignation” for many PR and marketing communications professionals. Amidst all the challenges, it’s been amazing to see how our clients, colleagues and peers have prevailed with grace, patience and creativity.

This year was also an exceptional one for the Bianchi Biz Blog. Thanks to readers like you, we experienced record-breaking increases in both new visitors and page views. Though our content is focused sharply on the automotive/mobility PR space and, hence, a very limited audience, our trending topic posts each typically saw several hundred visitors.

So, in case you missed them, we’ve curated the 10 most-visited blog posts on our site for 2021. They tended to revolve around a few key topics: virtual communications related to the pandemic, the search for a PR agency, media relations tips, PR for CES2022 and the hottest automotive topic of the year, electric vehicles.

Here are our top 10 most popular posts of 2021:

1. 8 Questions to Ask in Your PR Agency Search

2. Obstacles & Opportunities: The PR Facts You Need to Know About CES 2022

3. What is a Virtual Press Conference & How Can I Successfully Plan One?

4. The Best PR Agency RFP is No RFP

5. 10 Best Practices for PR Firm RFPs

6. Virtual Trade Booths: 5 Insights from an Early Adopter

7. Is Media Relations Dead?

8. What Do Journalists Want? Five Elements of a Good Story

9. 5 Tips for Planning & Moderating a Virtual Panel Discussion

10. Top Electric Vehicle (EV) YouTube Influencers

Let us know in the comments below what your favorite post of 2021 was … and what topics you’d like to see us cover in 2022. Thanks!

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