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Stories by Lucia Davis
You’ve spent months on your communications plan in an effort to earn media coverage and attract volunteers for your community event. Now that you have people ready to get dirty for the cause, don’t miss an opportunity to inspire them to become brand ambassadors.
In honor of National Newspaper Week, we culled some choice quotes from media executives regarding the state of print media. PR execs, of course, work hand-in-hand with journalists, so as goes print so goes the evolution in media relations
Since Melissa Joan Hart’s (aka “Clarissa,” from Clarissa Explains It All) interview in Life & Style promoting her new book “Melissa Explains It All,” numerous articles have mushroomed online about the squeaky clean actress’ drug use.
Tim Baker, VP of digital strategy at MWW, explains why the “little social-video platform that could” is alive and thriving.
Regardless of how the FTC investigation into Facebook’s new privacy changes turns out, one thing isn’t likely to change: If no one interacts with your page’s content, it won’t show up on users News Feeds.
The dearth of C-level executives on social media presents an opportunity for PR pros to step in and help CEOs build a valuable presence on social channels.
To celebrate this prestigious occasion, the PR News editors put our heads together and came up with our top punctuation pet peeves. Avoid these gaffes—and stay on our good side.