World Emoji Day, Quality Placements and Award-Winning PR Moves

World Emoji Day, Quality Placements and Award-Winning PR Moves

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES  Happy Wednesday, Lunch Breakers! Here at Stanton, we’re recovering from this week’s Home Run Derby and All-Star game. In this week’s lunch break, we cover World Emoji Day, securing quality media placements, brands versus consumers on social media and the best PR moves of 2018. World Emoji […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Driving Website Traffic

A Beginner’s Guide to Driving Website Traffic

We all know content is king, but without an audience to read it, you might be wasting your time. Reaching your target audience and driving them to your pages is essential for a successful online marketing strategy, and there are some simple ways to achieve this. Try these four methods to increase the volume of […]

Search Engine Ranking Factors, Facebook Popularity, and More

Search Engine Ranking Factors, Facebook Popularity, and more

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES  Happy Tuesday, Lunch Breakers! Are you up to speed on the latest digital marketing trends? Find out by taking this quiz. In this week’s edition, we cover search engine ranking factors, a designer’s role, genuine messaging, and Facebook’s mobile app popularity. Awesome Ranking Signals Google evaluates websites […]

Oscars PR Takeaways, Facebook Travel Inspiration and more

Oscars PR Takeaways, Facebook Travel Inspiration and More

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES  Happy Tuesday, Lunch Breakers! Here at Stanton, we’re still debating whether Shape of Water should’ve won the Oscars for Best Picture. What did you think?   In this week’s edition, we cover PR takeaways from the Oscars, Facebook’s travel inspiration, keeping content trendy, and the benefits of a quality follower base.   Oscars   […]

Mastering SEO, News Feed FYI, and More

Mastering SEO, News Feed FYI, and More

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES Happy Tuesday, Lunch Breakers! As we settle into the new year and focus on sticking to our resolutions, it might be a good time to consider developing our PR skills in 2018. In this week’s edition, we’re talking increasing your video content, Facebook News Feed changes, your […]

Celebs Going Publicist Free, Ex-CEO Ads and More PR News

Lunch Break Feb. 28

Quick PR Reads You Can Tackle Between Bites It’s the Tuesday after the Oscars, and I’m starting a one-woman campaign for Shirley MacLaine to host next year’s ceremony. In this week’s PR news, LinkedIn spills on how it uses its own built-in marketing tools, an ex-CEO’s advises his former company via bus ad, and much […]

What’s Your Online Reputation?

How often do you Google yourself? How about your company, or even the leaders of your business? Are you receiving daily updates about what’s being posted about you online? It isn’t vain to want to know what’s posted about you online. In fact, it’s imperative to know what people see when they type your name […]