Category : Website


Tips to Give Your PR and Marketing Strategy Some “Holidazzle”

With a little less than 30 days until Black Friday, you may still be thinking about your PR and Marketing strategy for the approaching holidays. The truth of the matter is that you’re already behind the 8-ball.

A recent research report by Yesmail Interactive shows that many brands haven’t properly aligned their marketing activities (PR and social media included) to meet consumer shopping habits. The result: missed opportunities to gain and convert consumer attention into sales.

Don’t panic. There’s still time to get some cleaver ideas together.


SEO for PR: It’s not rocket science

In today’s online driven world, everyone in the marketing profession should understand search engine optimization (SEO) basics. Public Relations is no different. I would argue that only website strategists have more at stake before the mighty sword of Google.


Tips for using online video for your business

We are excited to have our first ever Vlog on PR Soup as part of our “Guest Blogger Series”! Erica Harpold, executive producer of Whitney Casey Productions shares her tips for using online video for your business. Erica Harpold is the executive producer of Whitney Casey Productions. WCP is an online video branding company that…


Lights.Camera.Action! – The importance of adding video to your marketing strategy

I was reminded this weekend of the power of film. Film has the ability to personalize a business, help build or strengthen your brand, share a story, create awareness for a need, illicit emotion, bring about change, and create action. As a small business owner, isn’t this something you are trying to do every day? Think about how effective a short video could be on highlighting a special business focus, or punching up blog entry, or highlighting the emotion and activity of an event.


Does Your Website Have the Five Abilities?

Since my company is currently undertaking a website redesign project, I’ve been thinking a lot about websites lately – in particular, what makes them successful as a marketing tool. In a quest to learn what other companies have done, I’ve visited dozens upon dozens of business sites for clues to their potential success. What I think I’ve discovered is…


Four Elements of Exceptional “About” Pages

“Who are you, really?” Certain customers want an answer to that question before they sign on the dotted line (particularly if they are committing to a service or high-end product). The media certainly want an answer to that question before including you in a story. And certainly investors and potential partners will want an answer…