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Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR
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Brand Journalism: New Opportunity for PR

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A presentation I gave to a University of Toledo PR class Nov. 13, 2013, introducing the students to brand journalism. I talk about the concept, examples, about why/how those in public relations are …

A presentation I gave to a University of Toledo PR class Nov. 13, 2013, introducing the students to brand journalism. I talk about the concept, examples, about why/how those in public relations are best apt for brand journalism and how Chrysler Group has been doing it for years.

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    • 1. Brand Journalism New Opportunity for PR Public Relations Practices
    • 2. The Path to Coverage Image: Brandon C / http://is.gd/ydzQ2g
    • 3. Traditional PR/Media Relations Starts with a story idea which turns into a news release
    • 4. Traditional PR/Media Relations Then you have … Media pitch/distribution Cat Image: Josh Semans / http://is.gd/RLq8Lt
    • 5. Traditional PR/Media Relations Then you wait … If no, nothing If yes, print/broadcast/digital coverage
    • 6. Brand Journalism Start with a story idea Image: Tsahi Levent-Levi / http://is.gd/aQ6Lhw
    • 7. Brand Journalism Then publish it to company platform…
    • 8. Brand Journalism and reach your audience
    • 9. Brand Journalism “Instead of providing access to key personalities and emailing quotes for a big story, why not just tell the story yourself?” “Uncover powerful stories about your business, and give them to your customers and prospects in such a way that they’re hungry for more.”
    • 10. Brand Journalism “You’re skipping the middleman, essentially. You’re no longer hoping for a third party to tell your brand’s story, you’re doing it yourself.” “At Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, the PR team defines brand journalism as blending actionable content with expert guidance from the hospital's sources.”
    • 11. Brand Journalism Brand journalism is a as a way to record “what happens to a brand in the world” and create ad communications that, over time, can tell a whole story of a brand. -Larry Light (right) McDonald’s CMO 2004 http://brandjournalists.com/social-media/what-is-brand-journalism/
    • 12. Brand Journalism Brand Journalism can also be defined as using the credibility and influence of news to tell a corporate story in order to achieve competitive differentiation. • It must embrace transparency, an understanding of news values, and relevance to the concerns of an audience. • It invites a two-way conversation around those stories on the full range of social media platforms. • It marries this journalism with the core elements of strategic PR and marketing communications – visionary planning, research, incisive messages and a defined purpose. http://www.cbpp.uaa.alaska.edu/afef/brand_journalism_defined.htm
    • 13. Brand Journalism Now, what’s PR? • “Public relations is a strategic communication process that builds mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and their publics.” http://www.prsa.org/aboutprsa/publicrelationsdefined/#.UoJiC-I4nAE
    • 14. Brand Journalism Chrysler Group is doing it
    • 15. Brand Journalism And has been for years …
    • 16. Brand Journalism
    • 17. Let’s Connect Mike.Driehorst@Chrysler.com LinkedIn.com/in/Mike Driehorst @Mike Driehorst
    • 18. Links How to Become A Great Brand Journalist To Augment Your Content Marketing Strategy http://www.forbes.com/sites/jaysondemers/2013/08/14/how-to-become-a-great-brand-journalist-toaugment-your-content-marketing-strategy/ Is ‘Brand Journalism’ the New PR? http://www.mediabistro.com/prnewser/brand-journalism-pr_b44728 Hospital's media coverage increases nine-fold using brand journalism http://www.ragan.com/Tomorrow/Articles/Hospitals_media_coverage_increases_ninefold_using_4740 6.aspx Brand Journalism Enhances Your Social Media Strategy http://www.salesforcemarketingcloud.com/blog/2012/08/brand-journalism-enhances-your-socialmedia-strategy/ Chrysler Group blog: http://blog.chryslerllc.com
    • 19. Questions?

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