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3 Ways to be a Responsible Crisis Communicator

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By Rachel Peck As communicators, we have a responsibility to disseminate information responsibly, both internally and externally. With the constant stream of news, and “social media reporters,” it’s easy to get caught up in the panic that accompanies an overwhelming amount of negative information. However, both professionally and personally, it’s our duty as responsible PR professionals to take a step back, evaluate…

Crisis Communications: Webinars for PR Agencies

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By Rachel Peck The team here at Eclipse Media Group, like so many others, is settling in fully to remote working and practicing social distancing – due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In both our personal and professional lives, we are all in uncharted territory. How many of us have actionable plans in place in case of a global pandemic? However, as PR…

Share the Love: Encouraging Employee Advocacy on Social Media

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Only two percent of employees reshare their employer’s updates on social media, according to LinkedIn. Those same employees have 10 times the social media following of their employer. Why is this important? As communications professionals, we’re often focused on our target audience, and while ultimately growing awareness and gaining conversions are the goals, are we ignoring additional channels within our own workforces?…

5 Tips for Starting a Blog

5 Tips for Starting a Blog

By Rachel Peck Many organizations still think blogging isn’t relevant or achievable for their business model, however that’s simply not true. Not only will a blog position you as a subject expert in your field, it’s an easy way to improve your search engine ranking and boost website visits. Blogs also provide useful evergreen content for your social media channels. With this…

Images Talk: 3 Reasons Why Visuals are Key

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By Rachel Peck We’ve all been there. Attempting to read a blog, web page or social media post with paragraphs upon paragraphs of text. This can make it harder to read, more difficult to decipher and sometimes just plain boring. This doesn’t mean that the content isn’t valuable or interesting – it’s all in how the information is presented. Packaging is as…

How Social Media Has Changed Public Relations

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By Rachel Peck It’s no secret the way we communicate, market and interact with the public has changed drastically over the past few years. People no longer consume media the same way they did even five years ago. With such monumental shifts in the way we interact with each other, and how brands interact with audiences, the impact has been felt in…

5 Tips to Build a Better Relationship with the Media

By Chelsie Woods If telling your story through the media is important to your business, then developing a positive working relationship with the media is critical. Like most people today, reporters and editors are trying to do more work with less time. Thanks to email, social media and the 24/7 news cycle, the media is faced with information overload. It’s impossible for…