Blink and you’ll miss it: 2018 has sped by, and we’re only just catching up. Incredibly, it was nine months ago that the world waited with baited breath to find out if Kylie Jenner was indeed pregnant (spoiler: she was), and six months since an avocado could get you a discount on Virgin train tickets (keep eating your toast, that time has long past).
In the age of the internet, PR is now the new entertainment for the masses. Here’s five stories … READ MORE Â»
As the media industry continues to shift, the world of Public Relations is moving as well. Digital communication, the nearly universal use of the Internet, and the fast-growing dedication to social media and podcasting as news consumption venues are combining to transform how we create and distribute messages and measure the impact of narratives.
That’s not to say public relations as a whole is changing dramatically. The tools are different, but the principles are steadfast: people still want to communicate, and they still … READ MORE Â»
Successful public relations campaigns are not accidents. For consistently successful PR, you need to include these four vital components of public relations messaging success.
Know Your Core Message
Some call this a “key” message, but, whatever you choose to name it, the point here is that you have one thing to say that matters more than anything else you want to say. If you don’t know what that is, then you are muddying your own message before it’s even sent anywhere. Once you … READ MORE Â»
We all get them, but how much thought do you put into the potential of push notifications to enhance or detract from your brand? Consider this: two of the most important dynamics in any brand relationship are number of connections and immediacy of action. Push notifications invite both increased connections and compelling reasons to take immediate action on a brand message.
Better still, when set up properly, the end user themselves is the one who invites the push notifications, whether it’s a reminder, a … READ MORE Â»
Content marketing has changed dramatically since the days of 300-word blog posts and half-baked articles. In the past, a company could post a handful of blogs once a month and easily get to the top of the Google search results. Now, attracting the attention and loyalty of customers is much harder.
In an attempt to deal with the complexity of the content marketing journey, a lot of businesses have begun to churn out more content as quickly as possible – hoping … READ MORE Â»
Around ten years ago, most customers went to one or two websites when they wanted to find out about a product, then they would consider whether they wanted to buy that product in person, or risk purchasing something online. Twenty years ago, there was no such thing as eCommerce. To learn about a new product, a client would have to see it on television, or advertised on a magazine.
For many modern customers, it’s hard to imagine what life was like when their grandparents … READ MORE Â»
The desk is the central point of any workspace, and important part of productivity for most professionals. Whether it’s a small desk in a cubicle at a standard office, or a large desk within a private home office space, choosing the right furniture can be the key to transforming productivity in any workplace.
Ultimately, there’s no one-size-fits-all method to choosing the best office desk, but there are things that any professional can do to make sure that they’re prepared … READ MORE Â»
While it’s no secret that keeping your desk organized is important for maintaining your productivity, that’s not to say that it’s always easy to do. If you’re interesting in optimizing your desk’s layout though, then you’re in luck, because this guide is going to go over some of the best tips out there to help maximize your workflow’s efficiency.
1. Develop a Routine
One of the easiest ways to reduce clutter around your desk is to develop a routine that you actually can stick … READ MORE Â»
Public Relations is, at least in part, about standing out. You want your customers – your fans – to like you more and feel better about you than they do your competition. Doesn’t matter what line of work you’re in, this holds true. You want their attention, their affirmation, and their understanding. And, when you mess up, or it appears as if you may have made a mistake, you want the empathy that brings you the benefit of the doubt.
Throughout the past month, the executives at 5W have repeatedly been approached by the media for our opinions on the major missteps made by a variety of widely recognized brands. Here’s a quick debriefing on the latest big brand scandals, and our take on each.
“PR is a mix of journalism, psychology, and lawyering - it’s an ever-changing and always interesting landscape.”
Ronn Torossian, CEO of 5WPR
"In the long run it's the daily actions of a brand that determines its overall image."
Ronn Torossian, CEO of 5WPR
"Talk isn't cheap - it's undervalued."
Ronn Torossian, CEO of 5WPR
"A company that knows itself can capitalize on its strengths and see competitive advantages where other might see weaknesses."Ronn Torossian, CEO of 5WPR
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Ronn Torossian is the CEO of 5WPR and author of best selling PR book, For Immediate Release: Shape Minds, Build Brands, and Deliver Results with Game-Changing Public Relations, and a regular contributor to Fox News, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Insights Wired, Everything-PR and more.