Why March Communications is Starting 2016 Stronger Than Ever

By |Feb 4 2016|Categories: Culture|Tags: , |

After an exciting 2015 highlighted by new hires and successful client campaigns, March Communications is looking forward to an even more successful 2016.

#FridayFive: PR and Digital News Roundup [Jan 29, 2016]

By |Jan 29 2016|Categories: PR, Social Media|Tags: , , |

This week we cover Facebook features to enhance your PR communications, Twitter executives leaving the company, the evolution of digital marketing, Super Bowl commercials in a digital world, and 7 paradoxes of digital marketing.

[Podcast] CES 2016 Recap: Ain’t No Party Like a Warehouse Party

It’s one of the biggest trade shows in the world, and it can be a complete nightmare for the woebegone […]

5 Tips and Tricks for Startups That Need to Kick-Start their PR

By |Jan 28 2016|Categories: PR|Tags: , , , |

Here are a few handy guidelines that every up-and-coming entrepreneur can use to garner some press attention.

GE Comes to Boston – What This Means for Technology, PR and the City

Boston residents would have to be living under a rock to have missed the recent news that GE announced they […]

Snap to It, Already: How Brands are Using Snapchat as a Marketing Tool

By |Jan 22 2016|Categories: PR, Social Media|Tags: , , |

Many businesses are using Snapchat as a creative way to give followers behind-the-scenes content, a familiar face, and to promote their brand.

Memoirs of a Marcher: Manny Veiga

By |Jan 21 2016|Categories: Culture|Tags: |

In this week's Memoirs of a Marcher we chat with Manny Veiga, content strategist, who encourages companies to keep it simple when it comes to their digital strategy.

The 4 Emotional Stages of #TwitterDown

By |Jan 20 2016|Categories: Social Media|Tags: , , , |

On January 19, 2016, Twitter experienced a global outage. With care and sensitivity, we present: The 4 Emotional Stages of #TwitterDown.

Catching Up with Client Coverage – December

By |Jan 20 2016|Categories: PR|Tags: , , |

This month we highlight coverage secured by Forbes, NBC, and Fast Company for our clients Marxent, Open-Xchange, and Mimecast.

Media Training 101: The 4 Key Principles of Building Direct Relationships with the Press

When we discuss the value of establishing direct relationships with the media and ultimately the need for media training at any level, we typically reinforce these four essential values.