While counterintuitive, broad acceptance of technology to advance productivity and efficiency reveals a greater need for the human elements required to manage tools and think about data they generate.
Stories by Mark Weiner
Each year, the public relations profession celebrates the role of communications research during Measurement Month, an international collective of free educational content organized by AMEC. To recognize the importance of measurement and evaluation in public relations, we assembled a virtual roundtable to explore the latest developments and best practices of the PR Measurati in the US.
Our measurement column looks at another route to ROI. This one centers on the value PR brings to the enterprise when it helps maintain reputation in the wake of a crisis. It’s all about market capitalization.
IPR Measurement Commission member Mark Weiner examines how Ford Motor Company’s launch of the Ford Mustang Mach-E generated media coverage, awareness and sales. It’s an exercise that he argues proves PR’s influence on sales can be measured.
For years, Adobe executives believed that getting a large volume of media coverage across a wide range of publications was more beneficial than fewer articles in targeted media. Using media measurement and analysis, Adobe’s Dr. Jennifer Bruce showed this was not the case.
In August 2019, Business Roundtable released a statement on the purpose of a corporation (see PRNEWS, September, 2019). More than 180 CEOs, some from America’s largest firms, committed their companies to
The advent of attribution analysis for earned media means that PR practitioners can answer one of the profession’s most elusive PR-ROI questions: How and to what degree does PR generate sales? The question now is what comes next?
PR pros recognize the advantages of data-informed communication: most subscribe to a platform and they have more data available to them than ever. Today the goal is actionable insights for better business decision-making. IPR Measurement Commission member Mark Weiner offers 8 ways to find those insights.
You didn’t measure your communications effort in 2019? No matter, says IPR Measurement Commission member Mark Weiner. A speaker during PRNEWS’ Crisis and Measurement Summit next month in Miami, Weiner provides a basic framework to help you grab more budget in 2020 through measurement.
As the new year begins, communicators begin to set priorities for the coming twelve months. IPR Measurement Commission chief Mark Weiner provides a step-by-step guide to help PR pros to benchmark the previous year and plan for 2020.