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Abstract: thought leader is a person or organization with an expertise and vision that makes an impact on business, industry or society – sometimes all three. A thought leader brand drives the conversation, priorities and points of focus on topics critical to their audiences. This leadership can extend, not only within a sector, but to a wider audience that includes the mainstream media…. (Read More )
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Abstract: As 2017 rolled into view, Oscar Munoz, CEO of United Airlines, was flying high. The airlines’ stock had almost quadrupled since 2013, and at the beginning of March, PRWeek named him ‘Communicator of the Year,’ citing not only the company’s performance, but Munoz’s ability to create a compelling vision, share it with employees in a compelling fashion and build rapport with union groups… (Read More )
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Abstract: anthonyBarnum has written at length about the power of thought leadership, and the unique set of communication skills required to build, message and market it. Thought leadership drives customer interest, builds industry stature, grows revenue, and gives brands strength and value. Where brands display and exemplify their thought leadership is in owned media… (Read More )
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Abstract: Any good public relations campaign should have a set of goals defined upfront.
Every sort of brand rollout– whether of a new vision, an upgraded product or service, a partnership or anything else—seemingly has thousands of components and hundreds of moving, changing parts. Every media engagement is an opportunity to achieve all sorts of potentially positive results….. (Read More )
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Abstract: Most complex sector companies have fallen far behind on the social media curve. Due to their business-to-business orientation, social media has been perceived as not offering a strategic ROI. Under resourced and minimized in marketing, many complex sector companies, particularly those targeting narrower markets, are barely engaging in social media…. (Read More )
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Abstract: In 2015, for the first time, more searches were conducted on mobile devices than on a PC. Mobile commerce now accounts for more than 30 percent of all e-commerce. Ninety-one percent of U.S. adults keep their smartphones within arm’s reach. Even more important to entrepreneurs, nine out of 10 mobile searches lead to action and more than half lead to sales… (Read More )
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