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The Gong BlogAre You Leaving Your Blog Half Finished? Tips for Making Sure Your Audience Actually Reads Your Blog
The past few years, our recommendation to clients about company blogs has shifted from them being a “nice-to-have” to “no-you-really-need-one.” Public relations is becoming more about content creation, and as that happens, blogs are emerging as companies’ best way to showcase their thought leadership with well-produced content in a way...Innovator’s Dilemma: HodgePodge for Apr. 18
Each week I share articles we’ve read and discussed around the THP offices. We call it the HodgePodge. Today, we have five stories about (or purportedly about) innovation or innovators. BRBPOS Mashable recounts an epic story of getting their first and doing nothing with it in The Rise and Fall...In Defense of Selfies
You read that right, I’m defending selfies—and not because I’m a Millennial who takes them often. (In fact, if you go to my Instagram account, you’ll find just one.) Chances are, if you’ve scrolled through your newsfeed recently, you’ve happened upon a selfie. The Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year...Spring Into It: HodgePodge for Apr. 11
Take a moment between sneezes to read some of the interesting articles we saw this week. Like if you agree, share if you don’t Facebook recently made changes designed to de-emphasize “like baiting” posts. This is good news for both users and companies. Sunset With the official, final, we’re-not-kidding-this-time end...Picking the right social platforms for your company
I recently attended an event where one of the speakers made an off-hand remark that implied LinkedIn company pages aren’t worthy of our attention or effort. The audience had a good chuckle, but I found the remark strange because Hodges has seen some great results for clients using LinkedIn for...