ICYMI: We released a guide to help nonprofits develop creative that reaches your goals while living your values. It’s a pretty great read, if we do say so ourselves! Download it here: mrss.com/guide
Tidbits and topline observations from M+R VPs Kristen Witkin and Rachael Wolber!
M+R’s Media Relations team is rounding out its 2021 Mediamarks Labs series focused on better understanding communication trends from 2020 and planning for the future. Today: media coverage on voting rights, what stories rose to the top, and how people engaged with that coverage.
10DLC? P2P? TOTV? How texting is changing, and what it means for 2022.
Hop on the 2022 Benchmarks train by THIS Friday, December 3
Need some ideas on how to pull off that in-person court event? We have you covered…in Part Two of our SCOTUS Media Checklist.
The Supreme Court is considering enormously consequential issues this term, and the implications of their rulings could impact the lives of nearly every American. Our Media Relations team is out with a two-part series on SCOTUS comms planning, and part one is all about building a solid communication strategy and coordinating with partners.
Don’t miss our Roundtable on November 4th at 2pm ET about adapting your advertising to a post-cookie world. (We’ll even throw in some actual cookie recipes to, um, sweeten the deal.)
Sign-up for the 2022 Benchmarks Study is now open–here’s all you need to know about participating!
M+R’s Media Relations team will be releasing a series of Mediamarks Labs posts over the coming weeks, to better understand communication trends from 2020 and plan for the future. Today: media coverage of food insecurity, how it changed throughout 2020, and how people engaged with that coverage.