Flackable, a national, full-service public relations agency headquartered in Philadelphia, has promoted Andrea Mazzola to account executive. In her new role, Mazzola will manage and execute results-driven public relations campaigns while playing a key role in content development and digital strategy. Founded in 2014 by award-winning financial communications strategist Brian Hart, Flackable represents financial and […]
Philadelphia-based Flackable, which represents financial and professional services firms, has launched its All-Access Client Portal. The portal, available exclusively to Flackable clients, delivers campaign access and transparency through real-time, on-demand campaign metrics and status reporting. Flackable began beta testing the portal last August among its existing clients. Flackable founder and president Brian Hart says he expects […]
A onetime Gregory FCA intern says his Philly startup, Flackable, represents another future for the city’s financial P.R. business and its attempts to wean clients from the big New York shops.
Flackable, a national, full-service public relations agency headquartered in Philadelphia, today announces the launch of its All-Access Client Portal. The portal, available exclusively to Flackable clients, delivers unprecedented campaign access and transparency through real-time, on demand campaign metrics and status reporting.This new reporting platform is designed to empower Flackable’s clients with unrivaled campaign clarity while […]
Brian Hart Published In Equities.com: “Elon Musk Reminds Us That Angry Tweets Have Consequences for Public Figures And Those They Target”
In 2018, 12 members of a Thai boys soccer team and their coach became trapped by floodwaters in an underground cave. Thankfully, they had air to breathe, and the outside world knew where they were trapped. Escape would require swimming through flooded caverns so vast no human could survive without diving equipment.
Brian Hart Published In Equities.com: “What Google’s ‘Bedlam’ Algorithm Update Means for Your Business”
In November 2019, panic ensued among SEO professionals. Without warning, Google changed its three-map pack algorithm, wreaking havoc on search result rankings. Two days later, the organic search algorithm also changed. SEO pros described the days that followed as “bedlam.” Formerly high-ranking businesses fell to mediocre or poor placements for no apparent reason.