Larry Alton

Larry Alton
Larry Alton is a freelance tech and computer writer
How customer experience affects your brand reputation

How customer experience affects your brand reputation

As a brand, your reputation is everything. If your brand is known for being consistently helpful, honest, and fair, you’re going to earn far more customers—and keep the ones you have. Most brands attempt to build their reputation through marketing and advertising...

4 ways to bring your team together for a united PR front

4 ways to bring your team together for a united PR front

Good PR doesn’t happen by accident—it’s an outflow of a cohesive and united team. Thus if you want your PR and marketing to be consistent and on-brand, it all starts with intentionally unifying your team around the right ideas. Do you know where to begin? There are a...

5 tips for running a 100% remote business after COVID

5 tips for running a 100% remote business after COVID

Millions of businesses have been forced to lock their office doors and transition to remote teams. And while this pandemic will eventually end, it’s possible that many of these businesses, including yours, will never return to the traditional office. Are you prepared...

6 ways to measure the results of a PR campaign

6 ways to measure the results of a PR campaign

PR is a tricky field. Hypothetically, PR campaigns are great ways to improve the public image and recognizability of your brand, but how can you tell whether they’re working? Some of the results of your campaign, such as heightened brand recognition in the general...

7 tips for optimizing your reputation with a client

7 tips for optimizing your reputation with a client

There are many marketing and PR strategies that can improve your brand reputation overall, given months of time to develop. But how can you improve your reputation with a single client? Improving your reputation with an individual client can have a variety of positive...

4 tips for outsourcing content without compromising on quality

4 tips for outsourcing content without compromising on quality

Content is king. You know this, yet you don’t have the resources to meet the demand for high-quality, engaging copy that satisfies your audience and moves them through the process from awareness to conversion. Could outsourcing be the answer? The benefits and...

How to address and correct a public misconception

How to address and correct a public misconception

Occasionally, your business will have to deal with a public misconception or misunderstanding. This could be about an incident or problem that negatively affects your reputation, or it could be something broader, like a point of confusion about your industry. As an...

COVID-19 reveals critical importance of succession planning to PR

COVID-19 reveals critical importance of succession planning to PR

Across the United States and around the globe, COVID-19 has revealed many businesses’ weaknesses, and not just in terms of economic stability or supply chain management. No, businesses are all living through a crash course in crisis management and communications, and...

5 reasons why word choice matters in content marketing

5 reasons why word choice matters in content marketing

It’s easy for business owners and digital marketers to get so caught up in the big picture that they fail to pay attention to the small details that weave into the larger fabric. Perhaps this is most evident in the way in which brand leaders treat individual words....

The Headline Effect: Why your titles matter in public relations

The Headline Effect: Why your titles matter in public relations

Whether you’re working on standard promotional material or dealing with a PR crisis, crafting a clear, powerful message is at the heart of business writing, but how much of your content does anyone actually read? It’s a pressing question and one that any journalist...

7 solid tips for using online reviews to manage your brand reputation

7 solid tips for using online reviews to manage your brand reputation

Every brand in the modern era needs to think about their online brand reputation. The few restaurants, stores, and other local businesses that don’t invest in their online presence will still be the subject of online reviews and conversation—whether they realize it or...