Leading public relations firm DYS Media, LLC opened a new office in Holland to accommodate the accelerating demand for its services in the Midwest.
Why does the FBI offer its Witness Protection Program to informants when the feds can post their contact information on Page 2 of Google search results?
Who really decides which stories receive play in the media? Technically, executive producers (broadcast) and editors-in-chief (print and online) reserve final judgement. Realistically and more complex, anyone with authority in a newsroom can accept or kill a pitch at any time.
DYS Media, LLC has been named public relations agency of record by the Calgary-headquartered social media network Get Assist, Inc.
Canadian tech CEO and entrepreneur Bruce Fikowski shares with Global News Toronto personality Peter Shurman the answer to, “How do we fix or replace the broken social media model?”
Reporters, editors, producers, hosts and bloggers follow a rhythm determined by deadlines, competitors, show times and breaking news beyond their control.
Infiltrate that rhythm seamlessly with perfectly timed guests and sources to ensure incredible press coverage for your client or organization. If that sounds easy, it’s not.
Opportunities abound, however, to gauge that rhythm and work within it to ensure absolute benefits.
Canadian tech CEO and serial entrepreneur Bruce Fikowski shares with Global News Winnipeg personalities Julie Buckingham and Richard Cloutier why small business loves the GetAssist social media network.
Get Assist, Inc. CEO and Entrepreneur Bruce Fikowski joined Global News Radio Edmonton personality Ryan Jespersen to talk about how his start-up social network remains the only platform in Canada to connect individuals with small business.
Get Assist, Inc. CEO Bruce Fikowski describes to Global News Radio Toronto personality Supriya Dwivedi how he built Canada’s rapidly-growing online social network without collecting and selling user data.
By Dave Yonkman
Delivering just the facts was a winning strategy—until it wasn’t.
The onslaught of digital marketing and social media advertising created such intense competition for scarce space that emotional intelligence now often determines who gets their name in the paper.
Brand managers must not only offer emotionally gripping products or services to appeal to their audiences, they must also find an emotional angle for media gatekeepers to let it through.
“With the current state of the media industry (less people doing more jobs), the competition for media attention is tight,” Nicole Wyatt with Markstein says. “The emotional appeal of a media pitch has always been important, but now more than ever it is crucial.”
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