Paul Entin in the News! Comments for CNBC, NY Times, Internet Retailer

Sure, an effective public relations program integrating feature articles, press releases, videos and other content delivers quantifiable returns as sales leads, clicks and social media engagement. But its more powerful abilities have a hard time fitting into a metric that can be neatly measured like clicks. For example:

  • Captures share of mind – do people think of you when they need your product or service – or a competitor? 

  • Builds name brand recognition – are people familiar with your company name so they answer the phone?

  • Buzz – do people think your company is on the move, seemingly everywhere?

  • Supports retention – do your sales people see and feel the marketing support?

  • Invites recruiting – do people feel inspired to come work for you?

  • Positions for leadership – do customers, prospects and colleagues see your executives as expert authorities in their fields?

These and other abilities matter because they influence whether a prospect clicks, meets with a sales rep, accepts or turns away a meeting with a competitor, and ultimately whether he/she buys. In the same way, your public relations program impacts whether existing customers become repeat customers and helps reinforce their smart decisions to buy from your company. I harp on this only because it works. From the practice what you preach file, enjoy some recent highlights where epr President Paul Entin contributed expert commentary:

See case studies in public relations here.


Paul Entin's Marketing in Real Life blog logo

About Us

Paul Entin’s Marketing In Real Life explores every facet of marketing from advertising, PR and lead generation to content marketing, direct response and the latest in marketing automation – and more. Paul Entin’s Marketing In Real Life provides real-life insight into the relationship among sales, marketing, and customer service – and the customer – plus quick commentary from epr founder, Paul Entin.