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How to Dish Up Successful Infographics

As attention spans shorten and social media platforms expand through Pinterest, Twitter, Vine and Instagram, data consumption is forced to evolve. This development has brought on the infographic golden age. In fact, Social Media Today reports that “the volume of infographics goes up more than 1 percent each day.” Infographics bring interesting fact points and […]

Things to Know about Google Hummingbird

Google released a new search algorithm this month. Meet Hummingbird, your new, more sophisticated search engine. Google is continually evolving its search engine and every update it releases creates a frenzy among content marketers. It’s easy to feel that just as you master one algorithm, a new set of rules is put in place, threatening […]

Mobile Apps for Creating Web Videos

In the past six years, there has been an 800% increase in online video consumption. By 2015, 18-34 year olds will be responsible for 90% of online video views. The data paint a clear picture: online video is and will increasingly be among the most important tools for communications going into the future, particularly for […]

Insights from Top Editors on What they Want

The PR industry is enamored with social media as a means of communicating with key audiences and connecting with customers. Rightfully so, as it’s proven to be a successful way of connecting with key audiences and customers. Also interesting to note, more than 78 percent of consumers say that company-sponsored social media posts influence their purchases. […]

Tips for a Smooth Rebrand

Here in D.C., the Redskins are in crisis as they consider the recent negative associations of the team name and what to do about it. But a rebrand doesn’t have to be rocky. Do it right, and it can reinvigorate a company’s image and build positive momentum with your target audience. Here are four tips […]

Tips for Becoming Your Own Editor and Cutting the Fluff

“So the writer who breeds more words than he needs, is making a chore for the reader who reads.” Wise words from the revered writings of Dr. Seuss, and also relevant to journalists, bloggers, Twitterati and public relations professionals alike. As communicators, our job is to tell a story, paint a picture and sell an […]

Can the Partisan Dam be Broken in Washington?

Given the acrimonious attitude in Washington, D.C. these days it’s unexpected when anything bipartisan makes it past the gestation phase. The political process has devolved to the degree that we anticipate every big issue Congress tackles turning into a knockdown, drag-out partisan fight. The debates over health care and the debt ceiling have been hashed […]

Steps for 4th Quarter Planning

It’s that time of year when corporate communicators get serious about year ahead planning.  It’s a regular routine and an utmost priority both for firms and in-house communication teams. Yet, while much is written on strategy and planning, for many the process remains daunting and difficult. It doesn’t have to be. With the right focus […]

Top Takeaways from the Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit

This week, Potomac Tech Wire and Capitol Communicator hosted the Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit in Baltimore. The event drew more than 300 marketing and communications professionals to more than 15 keynotes and panel discussions about everything from advocacy to reputation management, with a heavy emphasis on digital. In listening to many of the sessions, and monitoring what […]

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