Social media is unavoidable in today’s marketing campaigns. While developing content, strategizing post times and deciding the appropriate platforms are certainly important, the oft-overlooked reporting and analysis is equally (if not more) critical.
It’s been more than two months since schools, large and small businesses and state governments took operations from in-person to online. For the time being, social distancing is the norm and as we all seek opportunities to stay in front of our audiences, webinars are a natural solution.
Reporting doesn’t have to be a daunting or intimidating task. With the help of tools like Data Studio and their many benefits, you’ll be well on your way to becoming a reporting master.
The message of this year’s Infrastructure Week is directly relevant to fellow millennials: “America’s future will be shaped by the infrastructure choices we make today.” With Washington, D.C. and Detroit, MI Stratacomm offices, our millennial perspective on infrastructure differs by location.
Communications is not a field that necessarily requires an advanced degree, but Amber Garnett found more than a few ways furthering your education is beneficial to day-to-day PR work. Through time management, collaborative work and writing, read how grad school can complement your career.