Client articles, blogs, e-books and other content
Senior communications professional with 15 years of experience directing PR and content campaigns for clients across a broad array of B2B and B2C technologies. I have experience creating strategies and content for varied industries from healthcare to hospitality and martech to microgrids. Skilled at simplifying complex, industry-specific topics and adapting my style to meet client and audience needs, I’ve ghostwritten hundreds of articles for clients published in dozens of industry trade, vertical, business and technology publications.
I am available to support B2B technology companies with their content needs including:
- Bylined articles
- White papers
- Social media content
And if the opportunity is there to publish under my own byline, I’ll take that too.
Client articles, blogs, e-books and other content
Mark Feasel of Schneider Electric looks at the Port of Long Beach in California as a model for how we can modernize infrastructure. Despite its position as a world power, the US infrastructure ranks behind that of most other advanced nations.
The main mission of any healthcare facility is to provide cost-effective care, patient satisfaction and safety, and financial performance. However, according to a recent survey commissioned by Schneider Electric, many healthcare facilities don't have the right power solutions in place to support these goals.
While there are guidelines and requirements in place to help prevent electrical accidents, there is still a lot of room for error and oversight during the course of a busy workday. According to OSHA data, 30,000 arcs and 7,000 burn injuries occur per year, and more than 2,000 people are admitted to the hospital with severe arc flash burns annually.
Victoria Godfrey, Chief Marketing Officer at Avention suggests brands on how to build a strong and lasting relationship between their CMO and CIO Today's CMOs are tasked with driving more than just leads. With valuable data at their fingertips, modern CMOs are expected to create initiatives that supersede top-of-the-funnel results and lead directly to revenue.
Marketers in every industry are facing a challenge: They need to drive business results effectively and efficiently, using data-derived insights to inform their marketing strategy. To do that, as a CMO or marketing manager you and your team need to work in tandem with other departments in the company-particularly the chief information officer (CIO) and the IT team-to ensure that marketing programs and campaigns achieve their intended results.
Price -- long a primary element of any purchasing decision -- is fast losing its position of power among consumers. Perhaps this is a result of a hyper-competitive marketplace or the millennial mindset, which places emphasis on brand values and collaborative business relationships.
One trend that topped predictions this year was email. That's because it continues to be the channel that gives marketers the biggest bang for their buck. Here's a look at five email trends marketers should keep an eye on (and use to their advantage) to maximize their ROI. 1.
Never before in history has the average consumer held so much power. With social and mobile technology at our fingertips, everyday people can voice their opinions and rally communities to do the same. The challenge for brands today is determining how to use the voice of the consumer to their advantage.
If you've ever started a business or if you're working to grow your startup now, you understand the all-consuming passion and commitment it requires. As entrepreneurs, we tend to coddle our businesses much as we would a child. We feed and nurture them and protect them at all costs.
I co-wrote and managed this project with the designer and client.
Tire blowouts are a common occurrence that can have costly results for any transportation company. However, by implementing a comprehensive tire maintenance program supported by GPS-based business intelligence software and services, blowouts can be dramatically reduced, resulting in improved service, greater productivity, safer transport and significantly lower costs.
In partnership with Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business created a custom executive education program that applies business intelligence and analytic concepts to strengthen the performance capabilities of a health plan. Harvard Pilgrim Health Care is a Massachusetts-based, 1,200-person health benefits organization with a network of more than 135 hospitals and 28,000 doctors and clinicians.
In the latest Indiana Jones movie, Cate Blanchett's character sought the omniscient knowledge of the Crystal Skull with villainous zeal. But when she at last gained access to the unfiltered deluge of information ... well, let's just say it was more than she could process. All Information Management articles are archived after 7 days.
My thoughts on PR, marketing and communications
By: Crystal There are many factors that contribute to a communications campaign, but often success comes down to the message. A timely story about your new product may get your company some attention, but if that story doesn't include your key messages, how does it support your company's goals?
By Crystal Monahan, PerkettPR With limited resources and little spare time, small business owners trying to tackle PR often find themselves overwhelmed, underpowered and ineffective. But, with a little education and a solid game plan, SMBs can achieve PR success. Below are 10 tried-and-true PR tactics that any small business can employ.
Thanksgiving week not only commemorates the pilgrims' grateful celebration with their Native American neighbors, it also marks the unofficial start of the winter holiday season in the U.S. (including Hanukkah this year). In most cases, this is the week when U.S. businesses begin rewarding employees with early release days and extra time off to enjoy...
I came across an interesting blog post in MediaPost recently in which the author, travel PR executive Vicky Hastings, noted that quantitative measures are no longer sufficient for measuring the success of PR. Hear hear!
Newsletter creation can be remarkably challenging for even the most prolific writer. After all, your newsletter has some lofty goals: get through spam filters, attract readers' eyes, get opened, get read, get click-thrus, convert to a lead, and if all the stars align - result in a sale.
By Crystal Monahan, PerkettPR Written communication is a cornerstone of the PR profession. From press releases and blog posts to pitches and white papers, we spend a substantial portion of our careers working with the written word. But as digital content and social formats gain traction, we're faced with an entirely new challenge: Standard rules of written communication no longer apply.
Ask anyone in the client service business and they'll tell you one of their biggest challenges is earning a client's trust. We all know that trust must be earned, yet from the get-go we expect new clients to trust that we know what we're doing, that we'll do good work for them, and that we have their best interests in mind.
At the risk of stereotyping myself, and my peers, it seems to me that most PR personalities are talkers, spinners and strategists, but rarely are they quiet listeners or observers. This observation is based on my own experience in PR over the last decade or so.