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Many marketing and PR teams choose to build a stand-alone website as a way to share all the links and multimedia assets related to a news event or marketing initiative. But thinking beyond the planning and producing of multiple campaign assets (on time), and packaging it all together as a website (on time) can seem like an impossible task. Creating a one of these sites, sometimes called a digital...
Nov 23, 2016
Like any outsourced group, translators need the right kind of information to help PR and marketers deliver their messages accurately. To help you save time and money while gaining credibility with your audience, we asked our translation team for a few tips on navigating the translation process.
Nov 15, 2016
Oct 31, 2016
Angela Sterritt is an award-winning Gitxsan journalist, artist and writer, from British Columbia. Sterritt has worked as a journalist for close to twenty years and has been with CBC since 2003. Her reports have appeared in the Globe and Mail, The National, CBC’s The Current, and various other national and local news programs.
Oct 25, 2016
An unprepared media spokesperson is a disaster waiting to happen. Journalists told to get a story will do just that, whether or not your spokesperson has anything useful to add. Ensuring your spokesperson is informed, prepared and comfortable in a media interview is essential pre-planning. While most interviews are usually professional and pleasant exchanges, it’s always useful to prepare for...
Oct 21, 2016
An unprepared or untrained spokesperson can be a ticking time bomb for your brand. The company spokesperson represents the voice and personification of your brand, so it’s imperative that they be informed, prepared, trained and knowledgeable. This extends to the media contacts listed on your news release or website; are they ready?