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Get ‘Em While They’re Young: Four Ways to Hook College Students

By: Guest | October 30, 2012 | 
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Tweet90 Buffer Share7 Share33 +17 PinShares 137Today’s guest post is by Leah Bell. Planning your marketing strategy for 2013? In most cases, it is more costly to acquire new customers than to keep the business you already have. This can be especially true if your customer-base is made up of college students due to their high lifetime value. If your customers are multi-generational, I challenge you [&hellip... Read More
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The Nips and Tucks Happening at LinkedIn

By: Guest | October 29, 2012 | 
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Tweet149 Buffer Share19 Share75 +1 PinShares 243Today’s guest post is by Liam Gooding Does everything coming out of California really need a face lift? LinkedIn has been changing things up lately, but will their actions distract users from discussing business? Judging by the recent activities, it would seem they’re getting a bit obsessed with their wrinkles. The question is will they take it too far and [&hellip... Read More
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Know Thy Enemy: How to Work with Tough Reporters

By: Guest | October 25, 2012 | 
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Tweet143 Buffer Share27 Share50 +112 PinShares 232Today’s guest post is by Elissa Freeman. Dealing with difficult reporters is a necessary evil if you’re a PR pro. But does it really have to be? During my career I’ve developed an approach to dealing with reporters who are inherently difficult. Sure, I’ve harboured delicious thoughts of telling a choice few just what I think of them; and these [&hellip... Read More
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Making the Hop from PR to Media Operations, Part 2

By: Guest | October 23, 2012 | 
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Tweet68 Buffer Share4 Share8 +1 PinShares 80Today’s guest post is by Julia Wall-Clarke. Yesterday, I introduced you to media operations, specifically as it relates to the sporting world (I just wrapped up the London Summer Games). When I first started working in media operations, I quickly found major differences from PR. PR is very proactive. It is a selling environment where you are constantly trying to identify [&hellip... Read More
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Making the Hop from PR to Media Operations, Part 1

By: Guest | October 22, 2012 | 
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Tweet65 Buffer Share44 Share16 +111 PinShares 136Today’s guest post is by Julia Wall-Clarke.   It is 5 a.m. and I’m already on my second coffee, standing in the middle of the Mall, watching dawn break over Buckingham Palace. No, I haven’t been on an all-nighter with Prince Harry; it’s just another day at the London Olympics and this is my temporary office. I graduated in PR six [&hellip... Read More
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Social Fakers: What Do Numbers Mean these Days?

By: Guest | October 18, 2012 | 
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Tweet176 Buffer Share38 Share50 +116 PinShares 280Today’s guest post is by Hessie Jones All hail Facebook. ONE BILLION USERS! Quite a feat…or is it really? As Zuckerberg pointed out,“We have this ethos where we want to be a culture of builders, right? We don’t want to overly celebrate any particular milestone.” Wise words, Zuck! Shortly after this momentous media celebration, the following article appeared, “Most of Facebook’s [&hellip... Read More
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Fighting Hunger with No Names

By: Guest | October 16, 2012 | 
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Tweet91 Buffer Share10 Share20 +1 PinShares 121 Today’s guest post is by Geoff Livingston Given who reads Spin Sucks I decided to open the kimono and show the social strategy behind the #hungertohope campaign today for World Food Day, an ad hoc strategy that was built to address a critical weakness. For a variety of time and legal reasons, we were not able to put a name [&hellip... Read More
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Bad PR Recovery: Tips from the Celebrity Set

By: Guest | October 15, 2012 | 
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Tweet Buffer Share Share +16 PinShares 6Today’s guest post is by Luis Salazar. Celebrity bad behavior is so common nowadays that most people barely bat an eye when they hear about it. Whether cheating on their significant others, brawling in clubs, shoplifting, or crashing into innocent pedestrians with their luxury cars, celebrities certainly are keeping their PR teams busy. And as Mel Gibson, Charlie Sheen, and [&hellip... Read More
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The Name Game: ‘AAAA Taxi’ Won’t Cut it Anymore

By: Guest | October 11, 2012 | 
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Tweet100 Buffer Share10 Share28 +112 PinShares 150Today’s guest post is by Ken Mueller. What do you think when you hear Spike’s Salon & Spa? Joe’s Garage says one thing, but what about Fifi’s Garage? The name of your business is important. It says a lot about you, and it can convey all sorts of information: From what you do to who you are, and what your mindset [&hellip... Read More
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The Giant Robot Guide to Combining Marketing Tactics

By: Guest | October 9, 2012 | 
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Tweet120 Buffer Share17 Share34 +119 Pin2Shares 192Today’s guest post is by Andy Crestodina When I was a kid, I watched Voltron, Defender of the Universe. Unlike other giant robots, Voltron was actually five robotic lions that could combine into one huge robot. I loved it. Those robot lions were tough, but there’s no way they could have defended the universe by themselves. Your marketing is no [&hellip... Read More
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