The Trust Analysis: Know Your Audience
This week, hosts April and Hamish are tackling one of the core questions in PR and marketing: How can you get to know your audience? Whether you’re a household name or a burgeoning startup, it’s critical to reach the right eyes and ears with the content that’s best for them. Tune in as the dynamic marketing duo chats through why it’s important to know your audience, do your research and deliver valuable content. They also discuss a few high-profile examples of brand wins and losses from the news, including an analysis of Peloton’s recent brand crisis saga and the latest rebrand at The New York Times. They also discuss a recent industry report from Technavio about the rise of content marketing and chat through the best ways to reach millennials in the era of digital saturation.
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MARKETING CONUNDRUM: Here’s what to do when your client doesn’t know their audience.
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April White is the President and Founder of Trust Relations, a fast-growing and virtual PR agency.
Hamish Anderson is the Executive VP, Marketing Group Director at Trust Relations.
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Welcome to Trust Relations: The Podcast! April White is the founder of Trust Relations PR agency, and Hamish Anderson is our resident marketing expert. Together, they’re the dynamic duo with all the right skills to take on the biggest topics in news, media and integrated marketing. Join us every two weeks, as we help you learn from the marketing mistakes that make headlines — or sink brands.