The latest public safety insights from RedFlash


    How Effective is Your Marketing Strategy? 10 Key Measures for Leaders Serving Public Safety

    July 9, 2020   eBook

    It’s a tough crowd out there. And by “crowd,” we mean your customers. Do you find your organization’s message falling on deaf ears? Or do you need to revitalize the “why” for doing what you do best?

    How to Market and Sell to Public Safety: Insights from the RedFlash Group

    July 9, 2020   eBook

    Does your current marketing approach feel like a shot in the dark lately? Your organization (and customers) deserve a clear, yet fluid path to success. That starts with a solid marketing and communication strategy—a critical asset to any organization, but especially one serving public safety.

    “In These Uncertain Times”

    by Keith Griffiths   June 29, 2020   Crisis Communication, Insights

    We are experiencing no ordinary crisis. Between the pandemic, recession and social upheaval, this will likely be a defining moment for several generations, with consequences for our way of life we may not be able to fully recognize for years.

    Strategy Before Tactics: 4 Crucial Benefits of a Communication Plan

    by Rebecca Vogel   June 1, 2020   Communication Strategy, Insights

    You know marketing your organization matters. You know measuring the results of your marketing matters. But do you feel confident that those marketing efforts are driven by a larger strategy? That what you say and how you say it are messages that consistently convey why your organization exists and what it does?

    5 Strategies for Becoming a Thought Leader

    by Jeff Berend   May 1, 2020   Insights, Thought Leadership

    These days, we hear the terms “thought leader” and “thought leadership” a lot. Most people like the idea of becoming one, and would like to know how to become a thought leader (or at least how to be seen as one). Why? Because credibility is the calling card needed to lead and persuade—especially in the important business of public safety.