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Erik Wagner

Head of Growth
Erik has over 13 years of experience building and leading marketing teams for technology companies. Erik currently heads up growth for Onclusive. Prior to his time at Onclusive, Erik led the global marketing team for a digital technology firm, FFW. There he was responsible for building & executing marketing strategies for all seven major markets that FFW operated in and staffing accordingly. Before FFW he worked for cloud-based video conferencing company, Lifesize, where he led their global demand generation efforts and was instrumental in launching their first cloud-based SaaS product. Erik started his career at a digital marketing agency, Volacci, where he led their digital services department and built and launched several service offerings. Erik has an MBA from the University of Texas, Austin and a BA from Union College, NY. In his free time he enjoys cycling, cars, tech, landscaping, working out, music, travel and being the best dog-dad and husband he can be.

Resources by Erik Wagner

Blogs  / September 27, 2021

Unlock Your Social Media Potential With Onclusive’s Social Listening

As social media strategy contributors, communications pros know how important it is to keep tabs on trending conversations, stay tuned to what the competition is doing, engage key audiences, and amplify brand visibility through social influencers. However, given millions of…

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Case Studies  / August 19, 2021

Earned Media Metrics for Global PR Strategies: How Sophos Identifies and Uses Insights

After trying two other platforms which were difficult to navigate, Sophos was looking for more than just media monitoring software; the PR team wanted a partner that could understand their business and how they could increase the use of data…

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Blogs  / August 9, 2021

The 22 Responsibilities of PR and What They Entail

Onclusive Head of Growth, Erik Wagner, lists the many responsibilities of today’s PR and communications teams. See how many fall within your role.

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Case Studies  / May 24, 2021

Using Data to Showcase Results: How ConnectWise Developed Their PR Program

As the communications team at ConnectWise grew, they wanted to see the difference in the volume and quality of their media coverage, and the results against their goals. The team gained a seat at the table in business decisions and…

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Case Studies  / April 26, 2021

How Monster Showcases the Brand and Business Impact of Public Relations in Critical Times

For 25 years, Monster has worked to transform the recruiting industry. Today, the company leverages innovative digital, social, and mobile solutions to enable employers and candidates to see each other more clearly. Monster’s public relations and content strategies changed in…

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Webinars  / Webinar Date: May 13th, 2021

Crisis Communications: Preparation and Management Essentials

Crisis communications situations require multi-channel rapid response and research so that you can address the circumstance thoughtfully. In times of crisis, response strategy and multi-level approvals can be overwhelming.  However, with careful planning and structure, you can put together an…

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Blogs  / January 21, 2021

Setting up your communications team for success using goals and metrics aligned with business impact

This week, we’re wrapping up our January blog series focused on “The Executive’s Guide to Building and Leading an Impactful Communications Team”. In this article, we reveal the process that communication-savvy executives use to set SMART communications goals aligned with…

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Blogs  / January 14, 2021

Building an impactful communications team with clear roles, responsibilities, scope and budget

Welcome back to our January blog series focused on “The Executive’s Guide to Building and Leading an Impactful Communications Team”! In this week’s article, we are discussing how to build an impactful communications team, outline clear roles and responsibilities between…

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Blogs  / January 7, 2021

Understanding the purpose and contribution of the communications team to organizational success

In many organizations, a major fragmentation exists between executive leadership and the communications function. The communications team may not be held accountable for contributing to corporate and financial goals, so oftentimes, the department is either held to a lesser standard…

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