Posts Tagged: media relations

Trade Show PR Tips: How to Be Part of Media Coverage

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Trade shows and conferences aren’t just about networking, finding vendors or prospecting clients. Connecting with media and garnering press coverage is a value add that many attendees forget, or don’t know how to leverage. Here are some tips and tricks for trade show PR.

How Big Data is Driving Big Journalism

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Already in 2014, we’ve seen the launch of several significant new media projects dedicated to exploring the link between big data and news. As PR professionals, we know it is critical to back up our media outreach with as many numbers as possible, but this new branch of journalism is taking that concept a step farther. In many cases, numbers are not just supporting the news – they are driving it.

Tips to Make a National Brand Relevant to a Local Community

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When national brands are household names, telling new and relevant stories that captivate a local audience can sometimes be challenging, as the saying, “all news is local” often rings true. However, an effective local media relations strategy for a national brand can help create or revive a connection between the company and a local or regional audience, and generate meaningful coverage as a vital part of a broader communications strategy to drive company goals.

Case Study: Atlas Oil Company Fuels the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix

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At Identity, we believe great marketing has the power to change the course of history. Great work is not just an expectation. It’s our business model. We live it and breathe it daily. You can check out some of our great work and case studies on our website. This case study post is part of a continuing series in which we provide additional commentary from the case studies featured on our site.

Hyperlocal News Lessons Learned From Patch Struggles

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Last month, news leaked that Patch, AOL’s hyperlocal news network, could be shutting down. While the company has since come out to deny those reports (and the websites are still up and running), the community news service has had its share of trouble, with AOL laying off roughly 40 percent of its Patch work force in August 2013.