Digital PR : online newsroom

Digital PR : online newsroom

Getting Your News Content into the News and Search Engines
The demand for news content is pushing brands to become publishers. That means that their PR department needs to operate like a newsroom. And they also have to make all content visible to search engines.On demand webinar.

Google's Algorithm Update a Boon for Savvy PR Pros
Google's major algorithm update, confirmed this week by Amit Singhal of Google, makes content, news and social responses the big winners in search visibility. A great holiday gift for PR pros wise enough to take full advantage of this update.

Social Media News Release Webinar with Step- by Step Guide
As social media gains acceptance as a standard marketing and PR activity, PR folk are eager to learn how to use the social media news release format requested by bloggers and journalists.

Digital PR Requires Good Writing Skiils
Whether you do traditional or digital PR good writing remains a core competency. And there are other new skills you need in your PR resume today.

Best Practices for an Online Newsroom - Evaluation Checklist
As the news and media landscape continues to shift, PR practitioners have to stay abreast of the latest trends. Usability guru Jakob Nielsen says corporate websites rate only a "D" in PR. Find out what the best practices for an online newsroom are today.

Press Releases Still First Choice for Journalists
Text 100 survey shows press releases are still the number one choice of journalists for corporate news. Use social media to find and contact the journalists and enhance your press releases with multimedia content.

The Business Case for a Hosted Online Newsroom
Our recent research shows that the majority of companies in the US and UK are not offering all the new media features and tools that bloggers and journalists prefer. Here are main reasons a hosted online newsroom makes good business sense.

Can PR Earn an A+ in the Digital Age?
Back in 2001 usability expert Jakob Nielsen said corporate America gets a 'D' in PR because our online newsrooms were not delivering what journalists needed. Have we improved? What grade would we get in 2012?

2012 Online Newsroom Survey Highlights Gaps in Digital PR Practices
How people find and consume the news has changed dramatically in the last five years. Dealing with the media is one of the core techniques of PR, so we have to keep pace with these changes and offer journalists and bloggers what they need in the digital age.

How to Get an A+ in Digital PR - webinar
Online newsrooms are gaining in importance for journalists, bloggers, analysts, investors and the public. It is the one place on a company's website where they expect to find the latest news, and they also expect to find easy-to-use tools to help them to republish the content they find there. In this webinar we cover what should be in an online newsroom today, how the features work and why you ought to have them.

Digital PR - Are You Ready to be a Publisher?
Although content marketing refers to a broad spectrum of connected activity, from the creation of content and editorial processes, through to social media activity, search engine optimization and digital PR, content marketing is now seen as an emerging discipline in its own right by the majority of marketers. but only 38% have a content strategy.

The Collaborative Digital PR and Media Relations Model - Webinar Video
One way to improve your digital PR and get more earned media is to work with journalists and bloggers on a story. Connect them with other sources and help them access research data. Help them develop multimedia material.to enhance the story.

2013 Online Newsroom Checklist
Use this checklist of features and tools to evaluate your online newsroom. With the emphasis on visual storytelling and content marketing in 2013 your online newsroom has become a vital component of the strategy..

The Changing Digital PR and Media Landscape
Remember the days when we read the newspaper over a cup of coffee every morning and watched the evening news on TV? We were quite happy to get our news just once a day. That's no longer the case. The digital PR and media landscape has evolved. Now we expect to see eye-witness accounts of events as they are occurring. This appetite for instant visual news has changed the way news is gathered, reported and consumed.

Crisis Plans - The Need for Communications
Whether the crisis you experience is one as violent and shocking as Sandy Hook or Aurora, or an act of nature like Sandy or Isaac, in addition to dealing with all the devastation, chaos, loss and grief you will also be expected to deal with the hordes of media looking for information.

Owned vs Earned Links in Press Releases
Google has reclassified their "link scheme' rules and they included links in press releases. Google now categorizes a press release as an advertisement.

Media Relations in the Age of Smartphone Reporting
Now that we are in the age of smartphone reporting, with reporters and bloggers always on the go and on their mobile devices, it's more important than ever for companies and organizations to prepare their news content so that it can be found in mobile search.

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