Here is the third installment in my series about maximizing "secret sauce" in tech marketing.
In the first post, I explored the meaning and history of the term, and shared examples. In the next one, I outlined steps to turn your core IP
In my last post I explained the history and significance of secret sauce, or IP, in tech marketing. I also laid out the challenges of getting PR mileage from your core tech.
To summarize, "secret sauce" underpins a solution or component. This almost magical ingredient has given
The EV blog Electrek broke the news last week that Tesla is dissolving its PR department. Editor-in-chief Fred Lambert's story covered journalists' growing frustrations with the comms team leading up to its shutdown. He wrote:
Electrek can confirm that Tesla has dissolved its PR department — technically becoming
Panel 2:at InsurTechNY December Meetup: Victor Dan, Daren Moreira, Brian Gilman, Megan Protas, and David Bradford
Insurtech startups and insurance carriers: they're the perfect combo. Startups love the budgets, distribution and big brand cred of the major insurance carriers. Plus, they can hone their tech in
I enjoyed attending the Global Insurtech Leaders Summit - Insurtech Insights in NYC last week. The event featured two days of great sessions and panels led by startup and carrier execs, and journalists and investors.Insurtechs demonstrated their wares, and it was a great forum
I have been blogging about challenges confronting digital PR and social media marketing. You can read those posts to learn more. In a nutshell, issues have surfaced over the past couple of years (related to fake news, online manipulation, growing privacy concerns as examples) that
If social media were a brand, it's one that I think most would agree has been tarnished.
The reputation hits come from many directions. Sure, Facebook's troubles have been front and center. It's nothing short of mind boggling, the mischief and misdeeds that run rampant there.
I’m always interested in topics related to my profession, PR, and the industry we serve, technology. So I was eager to see what NY Times had to say in Jack Nicas’s recent piece: How Facebook’s P.R. Firm Brought Political Trickery to Tech.
Longtime readers know that
GDPR is here, at least in Europe, and early adopter states in the U.S. are following quickly behind. California and Colorado are two states that have employed GDPR-like policy, though with a bit more sensibility than the harsh and sometimes vague guidelines of GDPR. Others
Dublin-based Vigitrust provides solutions that help businesses comply with regulations in an increasingly complex global economy. I recently participated in their annual advisory board symposium on compliance and cyber in Dublin. The timing could not have been better for covering topics like blockchain, crypto and