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Here at March, my colleagues and I have high standards for our physical and mental wellbeing. As a tech PR agency, we naturally are inspired regularly by new, exciting innovations and technology – whether from clients or elsewhere – that can help serve our health...
Why do we travel? The driving force behind purchasing that plane ticket varies for many, but we’re all seeking the same thing: an escape. Critics would argue that a true escape means cutting ties with the modern world – especially the web of technology that always has...
Undoubtedly the turn of the decade has placed an enormous weight on all the aspirations that I feel pressured to set and achieve in 2020 (and I don’t think I’m the only one). With the new year now well underway, how are we coming with our bold resolutions and personal...
Showing real numbers helps brands justify social media efforts and activity, but the way we measure social media results needs to change.
To kick off the dawn of a new decade, we decided to delve into the futuristic glimpse of brain science, reading The NeuroGeneration by Tan Le.
As content becomes more integrated in the campaigns we create, it’s crucial PR professionals understand how to work with our editorial counterparts.
A social media audit is the best way to understand if you’re reaching and engaging the right audience or not.
When there’s a podcast for everything, how can brands stand out from the crowd? The answer lies in leveraging social media channels and live experiences.
Last year we kicked off Overbooked, the March Communications book club. Before we turn the page towards 2020, check out some of last years’ highlights.
Follow these three tips to help your client pinpoint the right approach to content, ensuring that the right story is told in a meaningful way.
It’s no secret that RFPs are a time-consuming and often frustrating process. But they don’t have to be – check out these 5 tips for success.
Here’s how we nurture a culture that keeps human interaction in the foreground, while incorporating the innovative technologies that we use every day.
It’s become increasingly difficult to stake a claim, any claim, in the healthcare space. So, how do brands stand out and stay relevant?
We discuss the bestseller ‘Talking to Strangers’ and talk about issues of trust and transparency in marketing and communications.
Being a working parent isn’t an easy feat. March VP (and working mom) Liz S. Hosman shares some helpful tips that keep her sanity in check.