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Your Greatest Foe on Social Media – How to Fight Back

Who's your biggest foe on social media?  Does company A have a bigger social footprint? Is competitor B getting more engagement and sharing? Actually, if you are in B2B tech marketing, your biggest competitor is not any single company.  To truly understand who's beating you out,

Hot Startups Join Axis Innovation at NYSE

I enjoyed last year's Axis Innovation NYSE event, which showcased hot Israeli startups and also included a visit to the floor at the opening bell (you can read more about it here). So when Axis CEO Ed Frank invited me back, I quickly said yes,

Jennifer Johnson Schools on PR and Positioning at NYETM

I attended and really enjoyed last week's NY Enterprise Tech Meetup, which focused on marketing. Jennifer Johnson, the keynote speaker, was a real dynamo. Her bio on the NYETM agenda said: Jennifer is CMO of Tenable,  was formerly CMO of Tanium, a Partner at a16z,

ENGAGE: NYC Digital Storytelling Conference

I enjoyed last week's ENGAGE: NYC Digital Storytelling Conference. Talk NYC founder Derek Smith and his team put on a great event, featuring thought leaders from agencies, startups, and major brands. They covered the state of storytelling and where it's going. Below I share some of

3 Ways to Blow out Influencer Marketing Results

When looking for the right influencers, it's tempting to focus on the big fish, the ones with huge followings. Most think that size matters (as I've pointed out, influence is not just a number). Then again, much has been said about the benefits of targeting micro-influencers

AdTech NY 2016 Wrap

I attended AdTech last week, which featured a great lineup of keynotes and panels and over 100 vendors. It seems like there's never enough time at big shows to check out everything (Fusion PR is one stop away on the 7 subway line, too close to keep

Find and Fill Open Spaces to Connect with Customers

While watching my kids play soccer years ago, I often heard the coach yell "Open Spaces! Pass to space!" The instructions might not make sense, but on the playing field they were obvious: the coach was imploring the team to pass the ball to an area