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How to Get Media Attention for Your Startup When You Have No News: 4 Strategies

It’s not uncommon for startups to reach out to us when they have funding news to announce. After all, it’s the most obvious time for coverage, and done right, the results are predictable and almost uniformly positive.

Propllr Gives Back

Looking back on 2020, it’s almost inconceivable what we went through. But here we are.

10 Chicago Startup Awards to Raise Your Startup’s Profile in 2021

The year is quickly coming to an end, which means it’s time to solidify your marketing strategy for 2021. If that strategy doesn’t already include applying for awards, it should!

Repurpose Blog Content to Fuel Your Sales Funnel: 5 Steps to Improve Conversions

This is the third piece in our series on repurposing content. In the past year, we’ve written about how to repurpose audio content into text and how to turn blog content into videos.

What We’re Grateful For (2020 Edition)

Ah, 2020. What a year it's been. Though we didn’t know it at the time, we published our 2019 gratitude post exactly 10 days after the first case of COVID-19 was recorded. As I write these words now, I can’t help but wonder what events might...

Organic Social Media Strategy for Startups: 6 Tips that Work

Most startup marketers know that social media is a great way to communicate with customers and potential customers, hear what they’re thinking, and get them more engaged with your brand.

Why Blog? The Case for Business Blogging in 2021

More than two decades after the inception of the “weblog,” blogging has evolved from a quirky online soapbox for early Internet users into a high-impact marketing strategy.

Should You Hire a Ghostwriter?

If you’ve mostly thought of ghostwriting services as something reserved for presidents and celebrities working on memoirs, I’ve got good news: ghostwriters can also help startup founders and CEOs get key messages in front of their target...

4 Lessons from LeBron’s NBA Finals Post-Game Interview

Ever since coming into the national spotlight as a young teenager, LeBron James has been acing interviews. That’s almost two decades of stellar answers to the press.

How to Be an Expert Without Being Boring

Anyone who’s watched a TED talk knows that you don’t have to be boring to be an expert. Unfortunately, when startup founders and CEOs try to translate their best ideas to the written word, the spark often gets lost.

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