Does PR lead to sales for B2B companies?

Posted by Tom Luke on 23-May-2018 17:07:31

People often question the return on investment of public relations and earned media. It is true, traditional PR can be difficult to measure. However, I have prospects telling me explicitly that they have seen our coverage in the media and that made them initiate the conversation. I would say that is definitely return on investment.

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Topics: b2b marketer, tech pr, Tech industry, US, b2b pr

Successful news-jacking leads to coverage

Posted by Adam George on 15-May-2018 09:00:00

The word “newsjacking” may sound a little sinister – but in fact is a powerful tool that brands can utilise to elevate their profile and demonstrate industry thought leadership, credibility and relevance. It is one of the most exciting and rewarding aspects of any PR campaign, and one of the most effective. I spend a good portion of my working week news-jacking and then enjoying the praise of delighted clients who can't quite believe that they have earned a voice in a national newspaper.

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Topics: tech pr, b2b brands, Newsjacking, B2B tech, b2b consultancy, b2b pr

Voice search, B2B PR and Inbound....

Posted by Champion on 29-Mar-2018 07:33:00

Voice is coming: How will the ‘next great interface’ affect business?

Amazon director Daren Gill recently called voice "the next great interface” reports BBC News. With our lives are becoming increasingly connected, the three most popular smart assistants – Alexa, Google Home and Siri - are already taking root in our domestic settings and voice-controlled services are likely to see a significant boost as a result.

 

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Topics: b2b marketer, tech pr, b2b content marketing

Shout out for B2B PR

Posted by Alan Edwards on 23-Mar-2018 12:48:00

 

Why B2B Marketers need their PR agency more than ever

What a week!

Facebook, a political data analysis company, and a Russian Doctor of Psychology. You couldn’t make it up. Not fake news but a rapidly unfolding story of vast breaches of trust, privacy and profits.

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Topics: b2b marketer, tech pr, Media relations

Is print dead? What impact could this have on  B2B media landscape?

Posted by Ashley Gerrie on 19-Mar-2018 08:30:00

Pressure on consumer titles sees NME shut down after 66 years as sales of top 100 magazines drop by more than half in the UK and Ireland since 2000. If an icon like the NME is dead, then what about specialist B2B print titles, and what should we as B2B marketers do about this?

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Topics: b2b marketer, tech pr, Media relations

UK investigative journalism is on the rise again – what does this mean for PRs?

Posted by Ashley Gerrie on 09-Feb-2018 14:00:00

UK investigative journalism is on the rise again – what does this mean for PRs? 

Two major news stories broken in the past month by a British national newspaper demonstrate how the comms industry must increase efforts on crisis management, and business audits for major companies should become a priority. 

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Topics: tech pr, GDPR, tech news

Brexit blues? Not a chance in London’s tech sector

Posted by James Ash on 13-Jan-2017 12:41:53

The Brexit vote on the 23rd June didn’t trigger the economic apocalypse that many at the BoE, captains of business and academics predicted. Although Sterling may have taken a bit of a mauling on the FOREX floors, this has inadvertently served to provide unlooked for trade opportunities, and earlier this week, the Governor of the BoE, Mr Carney, actually upgraded the UK’s growth forecasts for 2017.

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Topics: tech news, B2B tech, tech pr

B2B PR, Over the pond and beyond

Posted by Sophia Tupper on 02-Dec-2016 16:21:27

Of course on a whole, there are many similarities when comparing B2B PR practices across countries. No matter how big, little, important or minor the variances may be, there is always someone, somewhere in the back of my head reminding me that there is likely a takeaway to consider, or a lesson to be learned.

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Topics: PR, b2b pr, tech pr

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