10 Boring PR Tasks We’re Happy to Automate

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Round up – don’t fear automation; embrace it!

If this list is any indicator, PR pros have little to fear and much to gain by embracing PR automation. The robots aren’t going to take our jobs; on the contrary, they’re going to help us make the human side of PR even better. Anything that allows us to spend more time getting creative and less time in Excel hell is a good thing.

Let’s leave the boring, repetitive parts of PR to the robots. With a little help from automation, PR pros are free to focus on the parts of the job that humans do best – telling great stories, strategizing campaigns, and forging meaningful relationships.

References

  1. ^ Yesware (www.yesware.com)
  2. ^ Prezly (www.prezly.com)
  3. ^ Buffer (buffer.com)
  4. ^ Buzzstream (www.buzzstream.com)
  5. ^ LinkedIn’s Sales Navigator (business.linkedin.com)
  6. ^ FullContact (www.fullcontact.com)
  7. ^ Contactually (www.contactually.com)
  8. ^ Nextiva (www.nextiva.com)
  9. ^ Close.io (close.com)
  10. ^ Rev (www.rev.com)
  11. ^ Netvibes (www.netvibes.com)
  12. ^ Twilert (twilert.com)

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