Blog posts • Sep 25, 2014 10:33 +08
Look no further! We have now translated the rise of the brand newsroom white paper into Japanese.
Blog posts • Nov 08, 2013 14:00 +08
Automatically share news releases, blog entries, images, and videos on your company’s LinkedIn page. Publish their stories to multiple social channels, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, within the ease of one click.
Blog posts • Oct 23, 2013 16:08 +08
The advent of social media along with digital technology has irrevocably changed the way PR works and how communication is like between brands and media. Digital has without a doubt, brought along (quite literally) a world of possibilities. Brands no longer have to depend solely on traditional media to get their news out; with digital media, they can be their own media company.
Blog posts • Jun 04, 2013 17:02 +08
Here are 5 reasons why Brand journalism will change traditional PR. We’ve come a long way since the days of Ivy Lee, the “father of PR” and the writer of the first press release in 1906. Fastforward 100 years - to 2006 - an infamous blog post from Tom Foremski commanded: “Die! Press release! Die! Die! Die!” Enter the next-gen newsroom now.
Blog posts • May 29, 2013 15:52 +08
For Singapore's Top 40 Twitterers and accomplished marketer, Jacky Tan, content became a springboard for success for his personal branding and for Evorich. We understand that content marketing is key in this digital age. However, it is often a challenge when it comes to convincing management or when it is a less sexy product. What are the 3 outcomes we can achieve with content marketing?
Blog posts • Sep 01, 2011 00:02 +08
Suntec Convention Centre is a huge area with a couple of other exhibitions running simultaneously. If you want to avoid going in circles and getting peeved about not finding the halls housing the Social Media World Forum Asia, have a look at these visuals!
Digital PR and Online Engagement- Ten Steps to a Perfect Online News Room from a Media Point of View
Blog posts • Aug 31, 2011 12:06 +08
The company FT Bowen Craggs Index, has been running for five years, looks in detail at how 75 of the biggest companies in the world perform on their websites and across social media. One of the metrics they use is ‘serving the media’, and it consistently underscores measures that look at investor relations, recruitment and the like.