It’s a matter of scale, of course, but surely there are plenty of communicators and PR pros who can relate to having to deal with a severe crisis (with a lot of moving parts) that could result in severe erosion of the brand or organization.
Archive: April 2014
Twitter’s Q1 earnings report holds an important lesson for communicators about focusing your resources on social media channels.
A programmer named Mike Walker has invented a Google Chrome extension that changes every use of “literally” to “figuratively.”
It’s a delicate balance for PR pros and communicators: What is your obligation to consumers when your online products and services have been compromised in some way?
When the Time 100 was released last week, our editorial team discussed how we might cover it. The context was its relation to PR, and how communicators could leverage the value of making the list. This list is a PR person’s dream. It’s eclectic and interesting, and it covers a wide variety of human endeavor. […]
While the crisis and reputation management boat has almost definitely sailed for Sterling and the Clippers PR team, there are still some valuable lessons to learn from how this story has played out.
In 2012 and 2013, the No Kid Hungry campaign engaged APCO Insight—the opinion research group at APCO Worldwide —to design and conduct opinion research on the perceptions, attitudes and experiences of U.S. public school educators on childhood hunger in their schools.