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- 72 Marketing Definitions
- 30 Social Media Definitions
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- Social Media: 23 Ways To Promote Your Blog
- 31 Public Relations Definitions
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- Blogging: What I Wish I Knew When I Started
- Marketing Versus PR: What’s the Difference
Blogger outreach is used by one out of five niche businesses according to Chief Marketer research. It’s no surprise since blogger outreach can yield powerful results. It’s another way of leveraging other people’s audiences. So how does a marketer implement a blogger outreach program? Here are: 3 reasons to use blogger outreach, 4 ways to use blogger outreach effectively and 9 steps to implement blogger outreach. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
There’s a love-hate relationship between marketing and PR. While both marketing and PR are at their best when used together, many professionals feel that they need to choose one or the other. To frame this conversation, marketing is defined by Dr. Phillip Kotler as “the science and art of exploring, creating, and delivering value to satisfy the needs of a target market at a profit.” By contrast, here’s how PRSA (Public Relations Society of America) defines PR: “[Public relations] helps an organization and its publics adapt mutually to each other. ” Here’s what 11 communications area experts said.
Content marketing gets a bad rap because many marketers and small business owners don’t understand what content marketing is and since it includes the word marketing they think it must be expensive. By contrast they believe any form of PR will translate to sales without work on their part since it’s some “free” stuff. The reality is that neither of these views is correct. Both content marketing and PR have their distinctive roles to play in marketing. To shed light on the similarities and differences between content marketing and PR, here’s a comparison across twelve salient attributes.
PR (also known as public relations) continues to evolve as a business art and science. The objective of PR is to craft messages about a product, brand, individual, business, or organization targeted at a variety of one or more chosen publics. Here are 15 points that answer the question What is PR based on input from 31 PR professionals.