Articles Tagged: Social Media PR

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Sparkpr Expands – Adds Top Talent to San Francisco PR, London PR, LA PR, and NYC PR Teams

We recently shared the news that Sparkpr was ranked one of the fastest growing social media and technology public relations firms in 2010 by O’Dwyers, with growth of more than 22 percent over 2009. Last year was Sparkpr’s 10th straight year of revenue growth! A big part of our growth story is our people. Sparkpr … read more here


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Twitter Tips and Tricks – Top 7 Ways to Save Time on Twitter

While many small businesses have started using Twitter in their marketing, finding the time to do it right can be a struggle. According to recent research by R2integrated, the No. 1 barrier to entry into social media for businesses is lack of time and resources. Here are seven Twitter tricks from the pros that allow you … read more here


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How To: Earn Some Inexpensive Online Exposure for Your Small Business

So you’ve started a business. You’ve incorporated, you’ve set up a great website and/or blog, and your social media strategy is in place. Now, if only you could get the word out. Sometimes you need to do more than rub two tweets together to generate a little buzz. If you’ve exhausted your personal social networks, … read more here


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How To Market Your Small Business With Low Budget

From a marketing standpoint, it’s a great time to own or start a business. The social web makes it more cost-effective than ever to get the word out about your products and services, no matter what industry you’re in. Most social media accounts are free to set up, and many targeted online ad platforms are … read more here


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PR’s rise and the end of Old School PR In Age of Social Media

Once upon a time, not long ago, a thriving ecosystem existed between corporations and the media. CMOs employed an arsenal of marketers – Web, product, research, marcomms, and corporate communications departments each had distinctive roles and responsibilities. Their external agencies promoted corporate clients through the other side of the value chain – to writers, editors, … read more here