Why relationships are key for growing your business and why brands should target a stupid majority to attract the active support of a smart minority.
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How to say something useful about PR on TEDx?
Since PR is such a powerful tool for changing the game for many organizations, I wanted to share a recipe for PR success.
I wanted to talk about the importance of identifying a stupid majority to ensure your community’s engagement1.
Now, most organizations hesitate because this kind of thinking will require standing up to a powerful majority:
“But what if we make some people angry?”
— Well, what if you don’t?
Brave brands who dare to take a stand together with a smart minority can expect a loyal and highly engaged following. I also talk about eggs and bacon for breakfast, torches of freedom, and why rock stars sometimes get naked.
A Recipe for PR Success (Video)
About the TEDx talk:
How do you scale social relationships in business? Online spin doctor and PR expert Jerry Silver explains why relationships are key for growing your business and why brands must target a stupid majority to attract the active support of a smart minority.
Working out of both New York and Stockholm, Jerry has helped numerous world-renown brands and startups to activate their fans online. […] In his talk, Jerry will reveal why we must stop obsessing over big reach numbers in marketing and PR, and instead uncover the power of small numbers.
This talk was given at TEDxÖstersund using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.
All you dedicated professionals who helped organize this event — thank you so much for putting it together! I enjoyed the experience immensely, and I feel proud to have been invited to speak.
PS. A big thank you also goes out to the fine folks at Mid Sweden University who appointed me Alumni of the Month (article in Swedish) in September 2016.
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