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Hello, social PR! In a time of social media evolution and revolution, public relations professionals have a unique opportunity to reinvent themselves to ultimately deliver better results. The strategy: using social media-flavored PR to influence the search marketing ecosystem. First, let's look at today's journalist, one of the PR professional's primary targets. According to a recent survey by TEKGROUP International: More than 77 percent of journalists think it's important to be able to access a company's social media networks from its online newsroom. 45 percent of reporters say they use a corporate blog when researching a story. 25 percent of journalists visit a company's Facebook Page (up 10 percent from a year ago). 40 percent are looking to receive news or updates via Twitter. Here are 10 ways a business can capitalize on the social PR opportunity right now. 1. 2. 3.
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The year has barely begun and already it’s been a tremendously disruptive month for the publishing industry, with a number of noteworthy developments that bespeak a collective blend of optimism, fear and utter confusion about what the future holds for the written word as its purveyors try to make sense — and use — of digital platforms. Here are just a handful of important, potentially game-changing, events in the publishing world that took place in the past month alone: So what is all of this momentum building up to? That’s exactly what John B. Hovering between a serious academic text and an Entourage for the publishing business, full of high-rolling agents and drama-ridden deals, Merchants of Culture is as much a how-to for the everyman author as it is a what-now for the digitally paralyzed publisher, as well as an all-around treat for anyone interested in the future of the written word.
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