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7 out of 10 journalists believe Facebook has too much power

Press Releases   •   Feb 22, 2018 09:00 GMT

Journalists worry about the consolidation of power in giant social media companies - a concern that has become more apparent during the last couple of years, Mynewsdesk’s latest report reveals. Of the journalists surveyed, 71% believe Facebook has too much power as a source of information, and 61% cited they think Google/YouTube has too much power.

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Strengthened international position fueled growth for Mynewsdesk in 2017

Press Releases   •   Feb 14, 2018 09:00 GMT

Mynewsdesk can confirm a strong year in 2017. According CEO Mattias Malmström, the success is due to continued international growth - and Mynewsdesk currently have users in over 100 countries.

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New eBook: How to improve your media relations

News   •   Jan 12, 2018 13:00 GMT

Today, Mynewsdesk is releasing the second part of this year’s journalist survey - “A Case of Overconfidence”. And the message is clear - journalists are far from satisfied with the quality of the content they receive from PR professionals.

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​2018 PR Resolutions: Set a Goal, Hit a Goal

Blog posts   •   Jan 10, 2018 08:30 GMT

It’s that time again - ‘New Year, New You’. We all wake up on January 1st with a determination to be ‘better’; we set ourselves resolutions to improve fitness, eat healthier and generally get on top of things. But sometimes these promises are tough to stick to. And that can be the same in an industry like PR and Communications. This is why it’s important to set yourself SMART goals:

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#AskTheExperts: 2018 PR Predictions

Blog posts   •   Jan 02, 2018 11:30 GMT

With the New Year now in full swing, we asked a handful of experts to share their PR predictions for 2018. Common themes that emerged included automation, artificial intelligence and the lethal combination of art and science. Here's what Ali Maynard, Stephen Waddington, Jonathan Bean and Laura Richards had to say:

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Why Your Brand Content Is Struggling & How To Fix It

Blog posts   •   Nov 16, 2017 13:00 GMT

​Brand content is vital to building a relationship with customers, but a lot of brand content fails to engage audiences. Journalists and PR professionals recognize that brand content is often too self-serving, but don’t always know how to solve the problem. The recent Mynewsdesk report provides insight into the reasons why brand content does not succeed in forming connections with customers.

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Are Facebook and Google Destroying Trust?

Blog posts   •   Nov 14, 2017 08:25 GMT

A recent survey revealed that half of the journalists worry that the news media is no longer trusted to provide reliable information. With Facebook and Google making it easier than ever for publishers of fake news to draw readers to their stories, is it reasonable to blame these internet giants for destroying trust in the modern news industry?

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4 Things Journalists Wish Their Public Relations Contacts Knew

Blog posts   •   Nov 09, 2017 08:30 GMT

A public relations contact can be a journalist's greatest asset -- or an unhelpful voice that's quickly silenced. The difference is not in the goals you set - after all, you need journalists, and they need you - but in how you execute said goals. Keep reading for four things that journalists wish every public relations professional knew.

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​Navigating Change: The Evolving Landscape of News Reporting and Media Technology

Blog posts   •   Sep 19, 2017 09:20 BST

The state of journalism and the public relations industry is changing rapidly in the 21st century. From citizen bloggers to the 24-hour news cycle, many trends are changing the way people consume and interact with news media.

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Fake News, Financial Uncertainty & A Lack of Trust - What Journalists Say About The Future Of Media

Press Releases   •   Sep 14, 2017 10:50 BST

50% of journalists are concerned that the news media is no longer trusted as a reliable source of information, Mynewsdesk’s latest report reveals. Over 3,000 journalists and PR professionals participated in the global survey to share their views on the media industry in 2017 and its future.

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