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2023
December
08,
2023
| 02:00 AM America/Chicago
In one of our previous blogs, we described why we decided to build a new CRM, even though we already had one, and why that was such a good decision. One tiny obstacle in this whole process was the fact that we changed the underlying data
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November
30,
2023
| 01:59 AM America/Chicago
We spent over a year rebuilding a product we already had: a Contact Relationship Management system for PR and IR professionals. And we’re very happy that we did. Why did we make that decision?
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November
01,
2023
| 08:54 AM America/Chicago
Generative AI, exemplified by models like ChatGPT, Dall-E2, and GitHub Copilot, has garnered significant attention for its potential impact. This post delves into the considerations of using generative AI in corporate communications. It highlights
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July
25,
2023
| 03:26 AM America/Chicago
In today's fast-paced world, where information overload is the norm and where everyone has access to unlimited information, standing out from the crowd when it comes to media relations is crucial. But this requires more than just adding your article
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March
15,
2023
| 03:39 AM America/Chicago
We at Presspage just launched a personal AI assistant to help communications professionals with managing and answering all their questions from the media. We are excited about the language capabilities of the current generation of AI. Read this
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2022
September
26,
2022
| 01:30 AM America/Chicago
Organizing and managing your media inquiries is a huge task that requires streamlining. Trawling through emails, post-it notes, spreadsheets to respond to individual questions and requests from journalists is impractical. In the worst cases, it can
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2021
March
02,
2021
| 04:28 AM America/Chicago
Here at PressPage, we’re always focused on developing solutions for the challenges of modern PR. And while crises are nothing new, last year a lot of teams entered what became a long, constant state of vigilance. Their workflows and ability to
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