The only free resource dedicated to helping PRs become search listening experts.
Learn the fundamentals of search listening for PR in less than 5 minutes.
It's important to understand public opinion when forming an effective communications strategy.
Learn why reviewing how people search on Google is fast becoming the most insightful data-set on the public... and PR needs to know the public right?
Using search listening around your brand or activity gives you a clear picture of change in awareness.
Learn how to track changes in search behaviour as your work is implemented, and how search impact metrics can be part of your campaign measurement.
Knowing how to plan for, respond to and monitor a crisis is crucial for any organisation.
Learn some simple search listening tactics you can use to measure awareness, identify crises and stay on top of the reputation of a brand, product or person.
A deeper dive into using search listening to power PR strategies.
In Spring 2021, the webinar panel got together to challenge the dominant position of advertising in search. They sought to build a case for Share of Search in public relations and explore the broader opportunity for search within the practice.
In this session, we discuss the role of search in public relations planning and measurement and teach you some simple search listening tactics that will help measure communications beyond just tracking brand searches.
Audience research such as surveys, focus groups and social media monitoring have their place but they also have huge limitations, especially in past couple of years when public feeling and opinion changes so rapidly - how can PR teams keep up?
Learn how search listening (tracking search data) for your brand or activity gives you a clear picture of change in awareness or opinion which is key to communications strategy.
Millions of people are opening up to Google, creating a goldmine of audience insight you can use to create powerful PR strategies that truly relate to the public.
Find out what Search Listening is and how the data can help you understand your audience better than ever.
Search Listening allows access the unbiased perspectives of millions of people.
Learn what people really think, not what they say they think. Incredibly valuable insight… particularly when it comes to managing reputation in a crisis.
Google data can help us to understand people and this leads to unique story angles, helps us convince journalists to write a story, and even identifies unlikely influencers.
Learn when search insight is a good proxy for public opinion, and how to use this information to launch campaigns that really resonate with people.
Search Listening for your brand or activity gives you a clear picture of change in awareness or opinion, which is key to communications strategy.
Learn how to use search data to measure brand awareness, identify crises and stay on top of the reputation of a brand, product or person.
Insightful articles on applying search listening to PR.
Let’s play a game of ‘Have you ever…?’ I think the results might surprise you.
Have you ever Googled sex position? Googled a health concern? Googled a symptom? Googled to fact-check a new story?
My guess is that you have answered ‘yes’ to at least two of these. Am I right?! If you did, you’re not alone.Read more
It started off as a stunt for US rapper Lil Nas X, in collaboration with Brooklyn art collective MSCHF designing a pair of so-called ‘Satan Shoes’.Read more
Baked beans on breakfast cereal, instead of on toast? No, it’s not for us either. But British brand Weetabix divided opinion on Twitter when it suggested the unusual pairing.Read more
From Google’s auto-suggestions and Google Trends to AnswerThePublic and AlsoAsked.com – there are plenty of ways to access search data, in all its different forms.
But how do you determine which tool is the best fit for your project, or more importantly – how can you merge insights from different sources to supercharge your search listening?Read more
Seth Stephens-DavidowitzFormer Google data scientist and author of the book “Everybody Lies”