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Brands Adopt Barcelona Principles with Success

Depending on your perspective, the Barcelona Principles are either a total flop, because 66 percent of PR professionals haven’t a clue what they are—according to a 2014 PR News survey of 145 PR pros—or a huge success since 26 percent of senior professionals are using them. | MORE »

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The ‘Duality Gap’ in Corporate Communications

Effective PR measurement can often be an elusive goal. The dual truths—that PR should contribute measurably to the business and yet lacks the confidence and often the resources to measure its effectiveness—make clarity of the PR function an elusive goal for many organizations. | MORE »

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When the Numbers Are the Story

More than ever, B2B communicators realize the value of using proprietary research to build content and narratives that strengthen brand reputation, promote thought leadership and enhance the visibility of important messages. To successfully deliver on communication objectives, maximize media exposure and engage targeted stakeholders, we’ve found a few best practices for B2B communication leaders. | MORE »

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An Holistic Approach to PR Measurement

PR and marketing execs increasingly are being asked to demonstrate the ROI of their activities. Yet with such disparate metrics, the challenge of providing a holistic view of PR is more complex than ever, even with the vast number of tools now available to the profession. | MORE »

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Confronting the Critics Online

Likes, retweets, followers, replies and comments are the surest sign of a vibrant social media presence. But what happens when engagement takes a turn for the worse, when a post is met with criticism, when a reply to criticism is met with additional criticism, again and again? | MORE »

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How to Make Your Quotes, Well, More Quotable

For news releases and other public relations materials, maybe the goal isn’t for your CEO’s quotes to end up in Bartlett’s but to make some of the clips in tomorrow’s news roundup. | MORE »

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Using Visuals in Content/Strategic Marketing

When it comes to marketing and public relations, brands are using visual elements more than ever to connect with niche audiences. | MORE »

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Teaching Execs How to Channel Hop

When is TV media training not TV media training? When it’s customized for specific settings, hosts and issues. | MORE »

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How PR Can Take a Seat at the Revenue Table

When PR takes a backseat to lead generation efforts in an organization, the strategic value of communication is masked behind a larger marketing umbrella. Don’t let this happen. PR needs to bridge what is a chronic disconnect and take its seat at the revenue table.  | MORE »

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Fixing Reputation All in the Recovery

Two major international brands—Dolce & Gabbana and Lenovo—screwed up big time in the last month. How each handled its crisis is a classic lesson in ‘how to’ and ‘how not to’ communicate after a misstep. | MORE »

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