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5 Ways Cannabis Leaders Profit From Public Relations

Tell your brand's story the way you intended from the moment you created it.

Mike Mejer

The Hottest Cannabis Brands Of The Week (7/24-7/31)

Which cannabis brands have made the biggest impact on social media, earned media, and website marketing this week? Here are the top 25.

Happy Highs: Cannabis Brands Find Success Marketing Joy and Well-Being

Feel good blends. Giggly strains. Cannabis marketing has one unique offering in its packages: joy, a momentary reprieve from the world.

Critics of 'Big Weed' Fret Over Retail Cannabis Slotting Fees

Cannabis retailers are charging between $1,000 and about $50,000 for prime shelf real estate, according to various reports. This development has boutique brands worried.

WeedWeek

The Hottest Cannabis Brands Of The Week (7/18-7/23)

Which cannabis brands have made the biggest impact on social media, earned media, and website marketing this week? Here are the top 25.

The Hottest Cannabis Brands Of The Week (7/11-7/17)

Which cannabis brands have made the biggest impact on social media, earned media, and website marketing this week? Here are the top 25.

5 Unmistakable Reasons Why You Should Market Cannabis To Women

Women have tremendous purchasing power, so why are they so underserved?

Jared Mirsky

The Cannabis Industry Still Lacks Credible Market Analysis And Insight

Why haven't stalwart analyst firms taken the plunge into the cannabis market ?

The Hottest Cannabis Brands Of The Week (7/4-7/10)

Which cannabis brands have made the biggest impact on social media, earned media, and website marketing this week? Here are the top 25.

As More Brands Enter Cannabis, Retailers Charge 'Pay-to-Play' Fees For Shelf Space

Known as slotting fees, the practice requires brands to pay anywhere from $500 to $15,000 a month for premium space on cannabis retailers' shelves.

Eli McVey

HBO Max Partners With Kanha Cannabis Gummies For New Show 'Close Enough'

Cannabis and HBO go hand-in-hand. A new edibles line from Kanha is inspired by the "moods" of characters on its newest animated series "Close Enough."