For the past decade, savvy corporate PR pros have been moving toward engaging target audiences directly, using social media. That is “Retail PR.”
Archive: April 2014
There are myriad reasons for organizations to change their names, including a pending merger; a lawsuit from a company with a similar name or (in many cases) the original name limits the company in the marketplace.
Milq, a new website and app launching on Monday, is designed to help users curate content into a permanent collection of topic pages, or “beads.” For PR pros and communicators, the platform is an online-media vehicle that could help them separate their content from the pack.
The targeted media pitch is a thing of beauty, but some practical pitching tips are often forgotten. Here are some key point to remember when messaging mass media outlets.
In a heartfelt post on his personal Google+ page, Gundotra praised his colleagues and Google CEO Larry Page, going on to explain that “now is the time for a new journey.”
Empowering your employees to be your CSR ambassadors will help them to develop a stronger attachment to your company while giving back to their communities and working to make your operations more sustainable.
The FCC’s proposed new rules for broadband access could have a big affect how communicators do business on the Internet.
The transformative nature of big data and analytics—and how they impact PR and communications—took center stage Wednesday at the inaugural Chief Digital Officer Summit, hosted by Time Warner.