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Conversion theory is Serge Moscovici’s conceptual analysis of the cognitive and interpersonal processes that mediate the direct and indirect impact of a consistent minority on the majority (Moscovici, 1976).

How to Fight Populism

Populism is brewing in many Western democracies. Is there a way to fight back? It may be too late — at least this time around.

The Referral Energy Theory

Public relations is easy to understand, but difficult to master. This post will guide you on how to de-code brand relationships.

Viral Loops (and some Math)

Do you aspire to design viral loops for your business? Bring out your calculator — it's time for viral math.

Your CSR is Boring

Why is it so difficult for private companies to get recognized for CSR activities? Doing good is important, but the rules of storytelling still apply.

The Stupid Majority

Identify a stupid majority and join forces with the smart minority to bring the giants down. It might just become the finest PR work of your career.

Front Page Cannibalism

Instead of trying to cram everything into one single front page, your business could make good use of multiple high-converting front pages.

Headline Optimisation with WordPress

If you're a PR pro and a Wordpress-lover, then you should check out KingSumo Headlines which will help you write better headlines with A/B-testing.

Marie Forleo’s Blog Design

I tend to get hooked on certain bloggers. Being a blogger myself, I enjoy learning from the best. Lately,...
Jerry Silfwer is the senior PR strategist behind Doctor Spin. Via his agency Spin Factory, Jerry is advising brands on how to adapt to a 'digital first' world. He lives in Stockholm, Sweden.
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