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Media Relations in the Social Age: Pitching Reporters Via LinkedIn PPC

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In the beginning there was snail mail. Then there was the telephone. The fax machine came along after that, followed by e-mail, which put its clunky predecessor out to pasture. (If you’re still relying on a fax machine, please tell us why in the comments. Seriously. We’d love to know.) All of these communication channels… Read More

LinkedIn  /  PR

5 Timeless Tips For PR Pros! Flourishing In A Multi-Agency Environment

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When you work for an agency, it’s more or less understood that you’re often not the only player in the client’s overall marketing mix. Vendors can include anything from design houses, advertising agencies, public relations specialists, and now more often than not, online marketing companies. Thanks to the new-age online/social universe, working together has never… Read More

Agencies  /  PR

Proving PR & SEO Seriously Lift Advertising ROI

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Unless you’ve got a time machine, it’s not always realistic to achieve a sustainable CPA (cost per action) by way of paid cost-per-click online marketing channels alone. This post offers a pragmatic multi-channel scenario to prove the significant financial benefits of SEO, social media, and public relations for CPA-pumping traffic and conversion. 

Paid Marketing  /  PR  /  SEO

Supporting Local Artists: aimClear Hosts St. Paul Art Crawl

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The St. Paul Art Crawl in downtown St. Paul started with a flourish and ended in a bang. Excited art crawlers marauded the streets of the city and wandered through the participating buildings, anxious to bask in the excitement of seeing the work of new and established artists alike. aimClear was thrilled to contribute to… Read More

PR  /  St. Paul

Public Relations & SEO: Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks

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OK, PR pros, it’s confession time. How many of you have clients that have asked, “Why aren’t we showing up in Google Alerts?” Or how about this gem: “We started a blog, but no one’s reading it. What should we do?” If you were like me several years ago, you probably responded with some shifty… Read More

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