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Thanks for the shout out Danny!
And I totally agree with what you're saying. When our company started (before I even joined the team) the goal was to build something that people actually needed. Right from the very beginning it was about understanding the industry and what they needed to do their jobs better. To this day, that's still the philosophy we live by. That's why they have someone like me constantly talking with our core demographics of people and keeping up on what's happening in the industry, so we can take that information and use it to build on and improve our software. That way, we continue to stay relevant to the people who most need our software.
I'm glad to hear that you think we're doing right.
Sheldon, community manager for Marketwired
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Just wanted to thank you again Shonali for the great post on our Marketwired blog. We really loved it and so did our readers!
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Christopher, as community manager of Marketwire, I'm glad we were able to provide you with this data. Thanks for sharing it!
The question becomes, when should a company distribute a release? Being aware of these peak days/times is something to keep in mind; however, we also know there may be unavoidable factors driving release timing. The PR team should use its best judgement, considering who they're trying to reach and when the best time is to tell the story. We believe a high-quality release coupled with an integrated strategy, similar to the model you mention, is the most effective way to convey news.
Thanks again for sharing this data. If you, or any of your readers, have further questions, we're happy to be a resource.
Sheldon, community manager for Marketwire and Sysomos
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3 months ago on The worst times and days for press releases
This is awesome! Thanks for sharing this here!
Sheldon, community manager for Sysomos and Marketwire
PS- my colleagues decorated my desk and got me a few presents too for CMAD. It was awesome.
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Thanks for letting Jim, our COO, post here Gini! He's got a ton of great ideas and we're thankful for the opportunity to use your platform to get them out to the world!
Sheldon, community manager for @sysomos and @marketwire
3 months, 1 week ago on Big Data: Why PR Pros Need to Harness its Power
Like I said, I'm not upset about most of these things.
I just thought it was funny once I said them out loud and wrote them down.
3 months, 1 week ago on Confessions Of A 30 Year Old Child
Thanks for sharing our infographic with your readers Arik!
I also agree with your analysis. The hashtags seems like a good idea for tacking purposes, but they just couldn't get the people behind them. People were more inclined to tweet about the brand behind the commercial with and @ symbol or nothing than use the hashtags.
It's an interesting lesson for advertisers.
3 months, 1 week ago on Did hash tags really work for brands with Super Bowl commercials?
Thanks for sharing this!
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Awesome to work with you guys!
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Thanks so much for sharing our ebook with your readers, Jeff!
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Thanks so much for sharing our ebook with your readers Shonali!
3 months, 2 weeks ago on 5 Community Management Tips on Community Manager Appreciation Day #CMAD
I just want to say thank you so much for saying this out loud on a site that people read!
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Thanks so much for allowing Jim, our COO, to post on your blog! He's got a lot of great ideas and messages to spread and we're thankful for the opportunity.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on Harnessing the Power of Big Data for Public Relations
@CorySilver It seems like no knows of it, but like I said above, I highly recommend going if you like playing pinball.
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@JoeManna Hi Joe!
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We're very excited about this one!!
Sheldon, community manager for Sysomos & Marketwire
Thanks for recommending Sysomos in here, Kevin!
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@JamieLeighTO I suck at making personal goals too. I'm just going to make a conscious effort to be awesomer and see how that goes.
And happy new year to you too!
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I have no problem with people scheduling posts, for some people it just has to be done. However, like you said, people need to be smart about it. They also have to remember what they've scheduled so that in times of emergency etc, they can stop those posts from going through. I've also seen too many times where companies have scheduled in advance and then forgot about them, and then looked like fools in the wake of some sort of new and breaking news.
Like most things in social, people just need to learn to be smarter.
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@JPedde I am also those other departments
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