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Lindsay Sydness

Lindsay Sydness
Getting her start in communications here as an intern – Lindsay only knows the InkHouse way of PR. Lindsay’s role involves media outreach, writing projects and brainstorming survey ideas. With clients in a variety of industries, Lindsay is comfortable pitching publications from mobile-friendly MediaPost, to consumer facing Refinery29, to business press. When Lindsay isn't pitching or taking BuzzFeed’s latest quiz, she loves spending time with friends and family and is happiest when eating ice cream.
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Learning to Share: Tips to Increase Your Content Shares

An integral part of any robust PR program should most certainly include content development. Content like bylines, visuals, video and blog posts help build credibility for your band and creates an industry voice. But as well all know, producing the content is just the first step; distributing it and getting other people to share your ideas through their personal sites or blogs, or on their...

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Tips to Improve Your LinkedIn Posts

LinkedIn has a tendency to be overshadowed by social media giants Facebook and Twitter however, for B2B marketers, LinkedIn's long-form publishing platform is a powerful tool. When it comes to thought leadership, LinkedIn is second to none - there are now more than one million posts published on the platform. Publishing articles on LinkedIn is easy, but getting your content read and driving...

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Making Headlines “Clickable”

You only get one chance to make a first impression and, in the world of publishing and content marketing, that is the headline. Today, reporters are often compensated by the numbers of page views and clicks on their published stories which has led to a rash of click bait, sensationalized headlines everywhere from Buzzfeed to Facebook, designed to illicit an immediate click, such as: 15 Amazing...

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