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Finding chemistry: A case study of one PR agency’s relationship with a B2B publisher

Jun 25, 2019

Behind the scenes of a two-year campaign, an agency and a publisher became like-minded teammates who found creative synergy for their mutual client. Read more in our new case study.

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The Guidelines of Branded Content

The growing popularity of branded content—in both print and digital formats—has spawned an industry-wide debate about whether readers can tell the difference between conventional content and paid content.

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5 Nontraditional Print Advertising Strategies [White Paper]

Although advertisers have shifted budgets toward digital channels, the fact remains that consumers still trust print media. Learn some of the innovative ways companies are using print in our latest white paper.

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Marketing Masters Q&A: Raj Mukhopadhyay C&EN BrandLab

While Raj Mukhopadhyay considers herself a science writer, other monikers for her might include storyteller, archaeologist, entrepreneur, trailblazer, or detective.

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Native Advertising: What You Need to Know for Success

As marketing becomes more driven by content, many science companies are exploring new options in the fast-emerging world of native advertising. But questions abound — not only within the science industry, but throughout publishing and advertising as well.

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Top 5 Chemical Sciences Marketing Trends to Watch in 2018

Wouldn’t it be great to know what new communications channels will become more dominant? What global or U.S. economic shifts will occur – or what will the next major scientific breakthrough be?

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