In the first days of a startup, founders do it all. They build. They hire. They raise money. They plan. They network. They sell (hopefully). They even write, whether that’s blog posts or shareholder emails or marketing strategy.
One of the first lessons we’re taught as incoming media team members at Propllr is “be human.”
In a content team check-in meeting earlier this summer, Julia was explaining to me where one client’s content fit into their marketing tunnel.
If you’re the CEO of an early stage company running your own DIY PR program, you may find that your experience with an elevator pitch makes landing a guest blog opportunity easy enough.
In 2019, Ernst & Young launched the Entrepreneur Access Network (EAN), a program to give Black and Latinx entrepreneurs access to resources that will increase their odds of long-term success – and in the process, help close the racial wealth gap...
There aren’t many universals in the world of content marketing.