So much of content marketing revolves around getting your message to the right people. Sending a piece about global warming to someone who reports on fossil fuels just because you both share an interest in natural resources doesn’t cut it. And blanketing an entire industry with your work in hopes that it catches on is […]
Apr 16, 2015
Typos are not just embarrassing, they also can cost a lot of money. We’ve all heard horror stories of a missing number in a sales price and the eagle-eyed customers who reaped the savings. To avoid similar issues with your brand’s content, PR Newswire’s customer content services team copy edits hundreds of press releases every day and corrects thousands of would-be […]
Apr 02, 2015
Have you ever written a release that just didn’t perform as well as you had hoped? You had great content, great links, and one heck of a great angle, but you only received handful of click-throughs to your website? It was probably not your content that resulted in a lackluster performance, but the formatting. I get […]
Stop me if you’ve heard this one: Three content marketers walk into a bar… Okay, so I haven’t quite crafted the perfect punchline yet. Fortunately I have a few hours before April first to finish that story. April Fools’ Day has traditionally been a day dedicated to jokes and good-natured antics. As children, the day […]
Mar 27, 2015
In this week’s Content We Love, we’re going to take a look at how one company leveraged their participation in a trade-show to bring attention to a new line of products. The 2015 International Home + Housewares Show earlier this month sold out with 2,115 exhibitors and had an increase in total buyer attendance. This […]
Mar 25, 2015
Today we are going to dissect how each component of your press release can drive readership and engagement if done correctly. The first and perhaps most overlooked component of a press release is the headline.
Shannon Ramlochan is a Content Marketing Coordinator at PR Newswire.
CVS Caremark recently dominated headlines when they announced a stunning decision to ban the sale of cigarettes in their stores. The bold move sparked a nationwide discussion on the role of pharmacies in providing healthcare to their customers and set a new standard for the industry. Now let’s be honest, a large corporation forgoing $2 […]
Feb 12, 2014
Have you changed up your press release tactics? For an upcoming infographic and post, we’re doing an informal poll of public relations pros. Take a second to respond below, and then check back next week to see how your response compares to what your peers say. And while you’re at it, please share this poll […]