Clients embrace their spur-of-the-moment ideas as a path to glory. These ideas are often a distraction. Here are some tips on how to avoid spontaneous redirection.
Archive: May 2014
When is it a good idea for a brand to get involved in a human rights campaign? There’s no easy answer, but there is some guidance.
Reason #5: The last time you sent a pitch to that particular journalist, it took you a full day to reply when he or she responded to your pitch.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell became the latest example of what can go wrong with a runaway social media conversation. Here are some tips to avoid a similar disaster.
What’s your purple goldfish (WYPG)? For PR pros, the answer may determine whether their brand is able to cut through the proverbial clutter.
By offering these new metrics which are tied to highly-accurate Facebook accounts, communicators and page owners can look forward to more precise video statistics, and Facebook can look forward to cutting a bit into YouTube’s video hosting dominance.
I am writing this blog post because I know you either watch Game of Thrones or have to listen to people who watch it. Not that I’m trying to game the system, but let’s face it: you need a break from your cerebral workday to think or water-cooler-talk about your favorite TV show, be it […]
With so-called “responsive design” now making it easier for brands and organization to optimize their mobile platforms, the conversation has started to shift to how to create a mobile layout that will engage audiences and keep them coming back. That presents both challenges and opportunities for communicators of all stripes.
During a one-year time frame, Nipro’s goal would be to build a strategic philanthropic plan that aligned the company’s giving with its business goals and objectives; this would allow for greater buy-in for community involvement efforts.