With the media landscape evolving at the speed of technology, communicators need to be able to listen dynamically to their audiences across multiple media channels. It’s no longer just the mainstream media that needs to be taken into account.
SEO for content is all about discovery. It’s no longer about competing in just your industry or niche. You have to find a way to stand out in a marketplace overflowing with news.
Recently, we started a weekly Twitter chat called #CisionChat. The goal of #CisionChat is to engage with communicators, marketers and PR pros like you on the topics that matter most. This week, we talked all things social media.
In our ongoing series, Jay Baer, founder of Convince & Convert and New York Times bestselling author poses and discusses […]
Last month Cision published the 2017 Canadian Social Journalism Study, conducted in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University, which surveyed journalists on […]
Jay Baer, founder of Convince & Convert and New York Times bestselling author asks and answers the question — Is Journalism About Building an Audience or Building a Community?
We are excited to announce the latest Cision® Communications Cloud® product release. This enhancement helps current and future customers manage their earned media programs with more control, flexibility and speed.
Get to know our new online customer community, Cision City!
More people than you might realize can leverage a keyword library — even beyond your marketing team. Your paid, earned and owned strategies can better complement one another by researching and agreeing upon one common vocabulary.
In the second in a series of videos, Jay Baer, founder of Convince & Convert and New York Times best-selling author shares his thoughts on the research. In this video, Baer asks and answers the important question — Is Fake News Really a Thing?
How do insights on social journalism highlight a new opportunity for communicators and PR professionals?
Recently, Cision published the 2017 Canadian Social Journalism Study, conducted in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University, which surveyed journalists […]