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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

It’s our last Weekly Rewind of the year! Our favorite stories from this week include the damaged reputations of two major brands following public crises, whether or not PR automation will leave us out of a job, how to create content that will continue to draw visitors to your site, public relations mistakes and how […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

In today’s edition of the Weekly Rewind, we have stories on what words you should make sure you’re using and spelling correctly, how to develop a solid blog series, Facebook’s launch of Graph Search on mobile devices, how to amplify your content and apps that public relations professionals will love.   Beware these commonly misused […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

We’ve rounded up our favorite social media, content marketing and public relations stories in today’s edition of the Weekly Rewind. These stories include Tumblr’s rising popularity, social media marketing trends of 2015, Twitter’s update to its harassment reporting policy, how to keep readers interested in your blog post and how emotional headlines lead to more […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

In today’s edition of the Weekly Rewind we have stories on how to repurpose a press release, an example of bad public relations for a growing company, changes coming to Twitter profiles, updates to Facebook’s News Feed algorithm and why brands need content marketing. 3 ways to revive a failed press release (Ragan): Don’t give up […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Today’s edition of the Weekly Rewind has stories on how the PR industry keeps up with change, whether or not blogging is beneficial to your brand, Facebook now allows users to ‘turn down’ annoying brands, how a meme generator campaign can backfire and why audiences value authenticity over authority. 5 outdated PR tactics and their […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

In today’s edition of the Weekly Rewind we have stories about PR and marketing lessons from a sitcom, creating content that raises brand awareness, how teen Twitter users turned a Target employee into an overnight meme, how to repurpose content and ways to draw readers back to your blog. Four Times ABC’s ‘Selfie’ Provided Valuable […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

It’s Friday once again and we have rounded up our favorite stories from around the Web. This week our stories cover Presbyterian hospital’s reputation management, using LinkedIn to drive PR goals, why Facebook won’t offer a ‘dislike’ button, myths about PR and how to establish a strong brand persona. Texas Health Presbyterian begins public relations […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Today’s edition of the Weekly Rewind has stories on the importance of the press release, how to tell a compelling story, Facebook’s new app, why Snapchat should address its security and privacy flaws and why people overshare on the internet. The Venerable Press Release Remains the Cornerstone of Public Relations (Entrepreneur): Press releases are still […]

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Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Weekly Rewind: Our favorite stories from around the Web

Today’s edition of the Weekly Rewind contains stories on how to carry on after the death of Google Authorship, what social media skills marketers should master, where journalists are searching for story ideas, how to use Instagram to establish brand identity and why some pitches just don’t work. What Does The Death Of Google Authorship […]

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