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Here’s an iPhone app that makes coffee. Does life get any better than this? [Video]

Here’s an iPhone app that makes coffee. Does life get any better than this? [Video] | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Okay, this isn’t brand new but it’s still awesome and having seen it in the flesh, I had to share it. Stopping by the excellent Founders House co-working space in Copenhagen the other day, I was introduced to the team at app development agency Shape. They offered me a coffee using an iOS app they built for Scanomat‘s TopBrewer coffee machine. The app connects to the coffee machine via Bluetooth or WiFi and… well, just watch. The machine will set you back several thousand dollars but hey, at least the app’s free....
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How to Promote with Brand Ambassadors Using Visual Content Marketing

How to Promote with Brand Ambassadors Using Visual Content Marketing | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

When you need an authentic promotional boost, you need to recognize and leverage your brand ambassadors. This can be done with visual contentmarketing that includes incentives, tools and technology that can multiply your brand awareness.


People like to buy from peopleIn the past, businesses have enlisted logos, symbols, key colours and slogans to build their brand awareness. However, with the instant gratification demands of Gen Y and the “always on” expectations of Gen Z, there is so much more to successful brand marketing than a catchy jingle....

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Brand ambassadors are customer advocates and fans who talk about your brand with passion. Here are 3 ways to tap into that with visual content marketing.

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Psychological Tactics Used by High-Converting eCommerce Sites - Usabilla

Psychological Tactics Used by High-Converting eCommerce Sites - Usabilla | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Nothing happens until a visitor clicks a button. And once that happens, that visitor is somewhere in the pipeline of a purchase – either providing contact information, signing up for something, claiming a free trial, or actually making a final purchase. Any one of these actions can be considered a “conversion.”


Getting a visitor to the point of conversion requires sales tactics that have been used for years and are the result of basic human psychological behavior – emotional appeals, such as a sense of belonging, a need to not be left out or an urgency of some sort, like a limited time offer.


Overlaid onto human psychological needs, however, is the new research of neuroscience, which tracks brain activity when the senses are engaged. This new research adds to the “tricks” that ecommerce businesses can use to foster more conversions. Here are five tactics that use either basic psychological appeals, neuroscience, or a combination of both....

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Use insights from psychology to drive conversions on your ecommerce site

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Jeff Bezos' non-denial denial of the New York Times Amazon takedown | Josh Bernoff

Jeff Bezos' non-denial denial of the New York Times Amazon takedown | Josh Bernoff | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

The New York Times published a brutal takedown of Amazon culture this past weekend. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos sent around an internal email to deny the charges. But Bezos’ reply is so weak, it makes you wonder if his heart it is in it.

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John Bernoff takes apart Jeff Bezos' defense - "non denial denial" - of Amazon and its workplace practices and criticism.

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Future marketing: Taking the Omni-Channel road | The Wise Marketer

Future marketing: Taking the Omni-Channel road | The Wise Marketer | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

The future is exciting, with new technologies opening up ways to understand your customer better than ever before. The ability to stretch the picture of your customer from how they transact to how they interact with you through hundreds of touch-points; the complete journey of seeing, thinking and doing that leads to that final purchase - and repurchase - and where they might abandon is critical to understand, according to a white paper from loyalty specialist Ikano Insight.

In this context the paper, entitled 'The future: Omni-channel or overwhelming?', defines 'omni-channel' as a focus on a seamless approach to the customer experience, using all available customer-facing channels, and argues that how a customer engages with a brand is equally as important as the channel interactions they make - and this is the challenge that omni-channel presents for marketers. 64.180.55.243 This article is copyright 2014 TheWiseMarketer.com.

New technology creates new ways of serving targeted offers to specific points in the customer journey; in-store micro-location offers, and HTML5 dynamic banners serving personalised messages across all devices and browsers mean that the Place and Promotion elements of your marketing mix are more advanced and exciting than ever before....

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Here's a good look at how Omni-channel marketing can pay back in the future. Recommended reading. 9/10

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Research: Technology Is Only Making Social Skills More Important

Research: Technology Is Only Making Social Skills More Important | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Automation anxiety reached new heights in 2013, when Carl Benedikt Frey and Michael A. Osborne, researchers at the Oxford Martin School, published a paper estimating that 47% of all U.S. jobs were “at risk” of being computerized over the next two decades. Although the jury is still out about robots stealing jobs, the pace at which AI and deep learning technologies have been advancing isn’t ebbing concerns over a future of disappearing work. As machines increasingly perform complex tasks once thought to be safely reserved for humans, the question has become harder to shrug off: What jobs will be left for people?

A new NBER working paper suggests it’ll be those that require strong social skills — which it defines as the ability to work with others — something that has proven to be much more difficult to automate. “The Growing Importance of Social Skills in the Labor Market,” shows that nearly all job growth since 1980 has been in occupations that are relatively social skill-intensive — and it argues that high-skilled, hard-to-automate jobs will increasingly demand social adeptness....

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Got social media skills? Research says you'd better get them soon. Recommended reading. 9/10

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How to Create Great Content Experiences Along the Buyer’s Journey

How to Create Great Content Experiences Along the Buyer’s Journey | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Consumers will only pay attention to you when they’re motivated to do so. Interaction and education along the buyer’s journey is the best way to gain their attention and keep it. Obviously, you need to understand your target consumers before you can offer something valuable or helpful to them, but, once you’ve gained their permission to market to them, you can be strategic about guiding them along the buyer’s journey and positioning offers at just the right moment. 

What is the Buyer’s Journey?

The buyer’s journey includes the steps that consumers take in the buying process. After buyers become aware of their needs and begin researching solutions, they generally proceed to three additional stages: Consideration, Recommendation and Purchase. These buyer journey stages map closely to the Lifecycle Marketing stages within the Sell phase: Educate, Offer and Close....

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Craft your content marketing to fit within the "buyers journey" for better results.

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Infographic: The New York Times Passes 1 Million Digital Subscribers

Infographic: The New York Times Passes 1 Million Digital Subscribers | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

When The New York Times announced its digital subscription model in March 2011, it was considered a bold move by many industry experts. The question was: would people really be willing to spend money on digital content that they were used to getting for free? 


As it turned out, the answer is yes. Four and a half years after the introduction of its metered paywall, The Times recently announced that its digital subscribers had passed the 1-million mark by the end of July. “We believe that no other news organization has achieved digital subscriber numbers like ours or comparable digital subscription revenue”, the company’s CEO Mark Thompson proudly announced....

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The chart shows the number of paid digital-only subscribers of The New York Times.

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Convergence of Content Marketing and Social Media Is Here

Convergence of Content Marketing and Social Media Is Here | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

I have been under the impression for quite a while that eventually one of the large content marketing platforms - Kapost, NewsCred, Percolate, Contently  - will develop social media capabilities and try to become the ultimate content marketing meets social media stack. I believe that to be the case.


However, a very interesting announcement from Sprinklr, which is certainly one of the leaders in enterprise social media software.


Sprinklr has rolled out its own content marketing suite, including calendaring, the ability to surface topics, and the ability to build out real-time newsrooms. A lot of the tools and technologies that the content marketing platforms have, Sprinklr is now trying to build into their software offering....

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Are we finally at the convergence of content marketing and social media software? Jay Baer answers.

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3 Crucial Principles of Storytelling from Kevin Spacey + House Of Cards | Newscred

3 Crucial Principles of Storytelling from Kevin Spacey + House Of Cards | Newscred | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

It is no secret that storytelling has become the pinnacle practice of 2015. So what can content marketers learn from some of the best stories going right now? Looking ahead to Friday and a new “House of Cards“ release on Netflix, I began to think about the parallels between content marketing and traditional media (in this case television). 


In Kevin Spacey’s keynote from Content Marketing World 2014, he told a half hour story about the importance of storytelling using his own career as a vehicle and the stories of the actors he’s played along the way as the gasoline. I distinctly remember this being one of the most #meta speeches I’ve ever heard.

So what advice does Francis Underwood have to dish on storytelling? Spacey recommends that before you even begin, it’s important to ask yourself, “What story do you want to tell?” He suggests that everything will fall in line “if you start with what the result is going to be.” Once you get over the initial hurdle of determining what story you want to tell, you have to examine what elements will make this story truly engaging. Spacey goes on to propose three pillars that must be present in every good story....

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It's all about the story and Kevin Spacey knows how to tell the best stories as an actor. Useful lessons for communicators.

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How to Achieve Explosive Growth on Pinterest

How to Achieve Explosive Growth on Pinterest | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

With Pinterest now accounting for 25% of retail referral traffic and driving 4x more money per click than Twitter, Pinterest has proven its power as a massively effective place to connect with your audience. And many brands are considering whether they need to give their Pinterest marketing a bit of a push.

Are you one of them?

I collected data on how best to answer the question of whether Pinterest is a good fit for you and, if it is, how to grow your brand visibility and audience reach through the platform.

Ready to start building your brand on Pinterest? Let’s talk about some ideas that may work for you....

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15 useful tips to grow your Pinterest power from Buffer.

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SlideShare Best Practices: How to Turn Written Content Into a Winning Deck - Copyblogger

SlideShare Best Practices: How to Turn Written Content Into a Winning Deck - Copyblogger | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

SlideShare was the “quiet giant of content marketing” way back in 2011, even before being acquired by LinkedIn. Now? It’s one of the most influential social media platforms for businesses and big thinkers.

But while SlideShare has proven to be a great new medium for sharing content, many people are still asking how to get started with it.

In this article, I want to provide best practices for the simplest way to get started with SlideShare: turning a written piece of content into a SlideShare deck....

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Dave parody provides practical Slideshare. Recommended viewing. 9/10

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Why PR Firms Are Dead to Me - Grant Cardone TV

Why PR Firms Are Dead to Me - Grant Cardone TV | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Is hiring a public relations firm even worth it in a world that changes so quickly? Has the whole game of a public relations firm become obsolete because of 800 TV channels, thousands of satellite radio channels, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Medium, Meerkat, Periscope, blogging, Blabbing and all of the other social media platforms? Can a firm even grab the attention of television, radio or newspaper producers long enough to pay attention to their pitch?


I’m writing this after giving three different firms a year each to produce results. They promised results, I expected results — neither result was delivered. And each relationship started the same way; we met at my home or out for lunch to get to know one another. I told them my story, they asked who I wanted to reach — they got excited, I signed a contract and then I pumped them with massive amounts of relevant content that they could pitch to producers....

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Grant Cardone asks a great question and provides some tough answers.

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Best Way to Convert New Buyers Is to Help Them First | B2B #Marketing Insider

I often participate in interviews with people all over the world who are looking to understand the shift happening in marketing today.This latest conversation reflects some of the biggest challenges in content marketing. Which one of these questions and answers resonates with you?...

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Michael Brenner answers some key content marketing questions.

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7 Questions Every Online Customer Has & Why You Need To Know Them

7 Questions Every Online Customer Has & Why You Need To Know Them | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Most people visit your site because they want something. Your ability to give them that something determines whether they take up your offer and your landing page converts. A while back, I talked about the importance of reading your customers’ minds to improve conversions, but you can go one better, by understanding not just their minds but their emotions.


According to Psychology Today, there’s a strong emotional component to the way people evaluate brands and potential purchases. And it’s not just about feeling good about your ad (though that’s important, too); it’s about what’s going on inside their brain....

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Learn the 7 questions your customers are asking even if they don`t always know it. Answer them and improve conversions.

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Global Content Impact Index CMI - Acrolinx

Global Content Impact Index CMI - Acrolinx | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Although content has proven itself to be a critically important component of successful marketing in today’s online world, all too often companies are sacrificing the quality of their content for quantity. As we’ve seen, most of the 340 companies we reviewed as part of our initial look at global content quality are producing content that doesn’t measure up.


We believe those companies, and the countless others just like them, will be handicapped if they don’t start paying more attention to their content quality....

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Without a focus on quality of content. It's just noise according to this global survey. Highly recommended reading. 9/10

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10 influencer marketing facts | GroupHigh

10 influencer marketing facts | GroupHigh | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

While I consider myself more of a "creative" type I can sometimes be a nerd for data and numbers and graphs!The other day, I found that I had a ton of recent research reports saved off on influencer marketing. So for my own aid and now yours, I put my ten favorite research reports in a pretty SlideShare presentation and highlighted my favorite facts from each one....

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Kristen Matthews at GroupHigh highlights 10 recent studies and findings in the influencer marketing world.

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Ten ways technology can increase customer loyalty | The Wise Marketer

Ten ways technology can increase customer loyalty | The Wise Marketer | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Recent figures from Gartner suggest that there will be some 30 billion web-connected devices globally by 2020 and, while this presents fantastic opportunities for marketers, our focus should be on the customer and not on the latest piece of shiny new technology, according to Barry Smith, senior consultant for Ikano Insight.

Poorly used technology could simply result in disengagement not only from communications, but from the brand altogether.

So how can you ensure that your brand is using technology to deliver the most relevant and timely communications in order to drive your customers to spend more, spend more often, and remain engaged? Ikano Insight offers the following ten tips for using technology to increase customer engagement and loyalty...

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Here's why a focus on the customer is critical future success according to Barry Smith. Recommended reading.  9/10

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Instagram Hashtag Contests: Examples, Best Practices for Marketers | Newscred

Instagram Hashtag Contests: Examples, Best Practices for Marketers | Newscred | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

It has become the social network over the past few years, and as it turns out it’s actually a great platform for marketers too. Many brands, both B2B and B2C, have hopped on the Instagram train to find a surprising level of success.

But how can you get followers engaging on Instagram and creating user-generated content?

An Instagram hashtag contest is the perfect solution to incentivize engagement with your brand, get user-generated content. and ensure your brand is seen by your entrant’s network. Let’s find out how you can effectively create and run your own!...

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An Instagram hashtag contest? Here's how.

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Sorry, Burger King: McDonald's just said no to your joint 'McWhopper' burger idea

Sorry, Burger King: McDonald's just said no to your joint 'McWhopper' burger idea | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Burger King took out a full-page, open-letter-style ad in The New York Times and Chicago Tribune this morning, calling for a truce with McDonald's and suggesting they join forces to create a "McWhopper" burger.


But McDonald's is having none of it.Burger King's idea was to "get the world talking" about the Peace One Day charity, which is lobbying for September 21 to become an official Peace Day. Fernando Machado, the fast-food chain's senior vice president for global brand management, said it wasn't just a PR stunt and that BK was hoping McDonald's would agree to sell the hybrid burger September 21....

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McD burns BK Peace Day initiative. McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook says of Burger King's proposal, "A simple phone call will do next time." Bad PR on both sides or do they each have a point?

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‘Did this thing ignite cancer in me?’ Early death for 9/11’s Dust Lady, age 42

‘Did this thing ignite cancer in me?’ Early death for 9/11’s Dust Lady, age 42 | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
An American woman whose traumatized, dust-covered face summed up the horrors of the September 11 attacks has died of stomach cancer at the age of 42.

Marcy Borders, known as “The Dust Lady” thanks to the photograph taken in the immediate aftermath, became one of the most recognizable survivors. She had started work at Bank of America a month before the attack, and was working on the 81st floor of World Trade Centre when the first plane hit.

She managed to make it down to the ground level and was walking away when the second plane struck the tower, leaving her covered from head to foot in thick grey dust.
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As the anniversary of 9/11 approaches, this photo brings back powerful memories and reflections.

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51% of Marketers See Internet of Things as Biggest Impact Trend

51% of Marketers See Internet of Things as Biggest Impact Trend | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Just over half of marketers expect the Internet of Things, with ubiquitous, embedded devices constantly conveying real-time data, to revolutionize marketing by 2020. Along with this they see the power of real-time personalized mobile communication as one of the biggest trends.


Here are the trends that marketing executives see as having the biggest impact on marketers within five years:

  • 51% -- Internet of Things
  • 50% -- Real-time mobile personalized transactions
  • 29% -- Wearable technology
  • 26% -- Virtual/augmented reality
  • 13% -- Privacy backlash...
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What do marketers see as having the biggest impact on them over the next few years? The Internet of Things is at the top of the list.

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What do marketers see as having the biggest impact on them over the next few years? The Internet of Things is at the top of the list.

Richard Platt's curator insight, August 27, 11:41 PM

Here are the trends that marketing executives see as having the biggest impact on marketers within five years:

  • 51% -- Internet of Things
  • 50% -- Real-time mobile personalized transactions
  • 29% -- Wearable technology
  • 26% -- Virtual/augmented reality
  • 13% -- Privacy backlash

This study echoes another recent study that examined the impact of the IoT on customer engagement.

That study found that marketers at leading companies are looking to leverage new connections with customers, who expect highly personalized engagements, as I wrote about here recently (89% See IoT Impacting Customer Engagement  ‘Very Significantly’).

The customer experience is increasingly seen as a key to competitive advantage, with marketing taking the lead, according to the Economist study. A majority (75%) of marketers say they will be responsible for end-to-end experience over the customer’s lifetime within the next three to five years.   Marketing will increasingly be seen as less a cost and more as a source of revenue with about  80% of companies classifying the marketing function as a revenue driver, according to the report.  The top areas in which marketers say they need to develop skills are digital engagement and marketing operations/technology.  And that’s where the Internet of Things resides.

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4 Mistakes Marketers Make With Their Personal Brand on Twitter…and How to Correct Them

4 Mistakes Marketers Make With Their Personal Brand on Twitter…and How to Correct Them | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Over time, I have learned through careful, and not so careful, trial & error how to be relevant to my particular audience, and I am achieving better results because of it.


Cultivating a strong presence on Twitter has many benefits: you support your organization’s marketing efforts, you can use it to sell socially, you can build your personal brand, or any combination of these things. With all these benefits, I have wondered, why do some of my fellow marketing and sales professionals still struggle to gain traction on such a promising channel?


Based on my first-hand observations, marketers and sales-people don’t treat their personal brand enough like a real brand. Here are four common mistakes they make when using Twitter and how to correct them:

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Marketo tells how to make your Twitter efforts count. Practical tips.

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We need more local companies on Twitter! Here are some helpful tips. 

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Ultimate Copy Checklist: 51 Questions to Optimize Your Online Copy

Ultimate Copy Checklist: 51 Questions to Optimize Your Online Copy | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Optimizing your own copy is a bit like scaling Mount Everest without a Sherpa. It doesn’t matter if you’re in shape; if you go it alone, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll end up a crumpled human popsicle.

Well, help is here.

To save you (and your copy!) from a shallow, frosty grave, I’ve put together 51 bottom-line questions that will help optimize every element of your online copy....

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According to Aaron Orendorff, if it ain’t read, it’s dead. Period. 51 useful tips to liven up your copywriting.

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Donald Trump Was Right to Kick Jorge Ramos Out of His Press Conference

Donald Trump Was Right to Kick Jorge Ramos Out of His Press Conference | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

In Iowa this evening, Donald Trump’s pre-speech press conference was rudely interrupted by immigration activist and part-time journalist, Jorge Ramos. Here’s the video.


I’ve been a staunch and relentless critic of Trump’s, and my general disapproval stands. But I have to say: He got this one right. Ramos claimed that he had a “right” to ask his question. Not really, no. Ramos certainly had a “right” to wait in line with the other journalists at the event, and he might even have had a “right” to be vexed if he’d been obviously passed over. But he certainly didn’t have a right to stand up and make a scene, nor to disrupt the proceedings for everybody else.


Having a press credential in your pocket does not entitle you to behave like Code Pink. Ramos did. Ramos was evicted. Good....

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Hate the hair but Donald Trump handled a disruptive journalist perfectly - that is, handled him right out of the room. A great lesson for all PR pros.

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Content Marketing Tools for Blog Writing

Content Marketing Tools for Blog Writing | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Are you writing blog posts that (almost) nobody is reading? Are you spending hours writing the ultimate post for your startup and the only people reading or sharing it are your boss, your colleague and your parents?


Ever wondered why?


Because your content is boring.Sorry, but it’s true…..


Get this: There are over 2 million blog posts being written every single day. That means that the challenge isn’t writing a blog, it’s writing a blog that someone is actually going to read. It needs to be relevant, timely, colourful and well presented. You may think you already know that, but high are chances that  there are strategies and stages that you skipping over when creating your content. But do not fear. There are tools out there that can help you....

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5 reasons why your blogs are boring and the best content tools available to fix them.

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