Who can claim slogan supremacy?

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In the modern age of politics, fast news, click-bait and sound bites, slogans in political campaigns have become more important than ever. In just a matter of words they can capture the mood of a country, sum up a party’s ethos and entrench the brand of a political leader. Even those of us across the… Read more »

Michael O’Connell: “It’s an exciting time to be in the industry”

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The Australian media intelligence market is highly innovative, and always sparks our interest here at PR Measured.  And so, when AAP Medianetannounced its acquisition of Mediaverse, we were excited.  We caught up with Michael O’Connell, Managing Director at AAP Medianet, to learn what was behind the move and how the market was developing. Following a… Read more »

Unlocking the real value in media analysis

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Why do you do it?   That’s generally the first question I ask when people start talking about their media analysis. Are they wanting to understand how an issue is playing out? Looking for insights into how to influence an industry issue or debate? Seeking to drive better behaviours and operational improvement in their team?… Read more »

Avoiding media measurement mistakes

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by Erika Mudie, Mediaverse Media analysis and evaluation is an emerging field and one that some PR practitioners have been reluctant to enter into. While there’s no single ‘right’ way to conduct media analysis we take you through some common mistakes you should avoid when you decide to start evaluating your media coverage.   Mistake… Read more »

Social media: 5 ways to measure the un-measurable

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By Sally Chadwick, Mediaverse Social media continues to be both a source of delight and frustration for communicators. While it provides an invaluable means of communicating directly with target audiences we often struggle to measure the success of social media strategies and prove their value. Social media presents two main obstacles to measurement. First, it’s not… Read more »

Media intelligence: not just for data nerds?

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By Karen Crawford The recent acquisition of UK-based communications giant Gorkana by rival Cision saw media intelligence make global headlines. The acquisition, rumoured to be worth some AUD$370 million, was too large to for most of the mainstream papers to ignore. However, many struggled to pin down exactly what Gorkana does. The company was variously… Read more »

PR measurement standards: a help or hindrance?

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By Erika Mudie It’s been four years since the creation of the Barcelona Principles, a set of measurement guidelines designed by the International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) and its partners specifically for the PR industry. However, the intervening years have seen little change in the prevalence of evaluation activities among PR… Read more »

If it’s worth doing, it’s worth measuring

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Mediaverse were once again proud sponsors of the Corporate Affairs Summit in 2014. We spend a lot of time in the media evaluation ‘bubble’ and while we love it dearly, it’s always good to get out of that space and share ideas with some of the leading experts in the corporate affairs and communications field…. Read more »

Upping the game – what clients want

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A suggestion from Mediaverse CEO Karen Crawford to AMEC CEO Barry Leggetter has developed into one of the key workshops to support the AMEC International Summit on Measurement “Upping the Game” theme. Karen felt we needed to better understand what clients really mean when they talk about “keeping it simple”. The suggestion has led to the development… Read more »