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The Week in PR, June 15 – June 19

Toyota’s PR chief arrested, Business Wire’s “Market Impact Report” and the removal of Twitter’s 140-character limit on direct messages. | MORE »

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Pitching with Video: How to Shoot and Other Tips

As newsrooms are squeezed to produce additional content with fewer reporters and editors, pitching the media using video can help fill the void since the video pitch also can be repurposed as content. | MORE »

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The Week in PR, June 8 – June 15

NBC’s PR campaign to permanently replace Brian Williams starts in earnest while the adversarial relationship between PR pros and journalists takes a turn for the worse. | MORE »

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Get on Board: 4 Ways to Gamify Your Brand and Recruit Advocates

With the popularity of digital gaming, especially with millennials, top brands like Nissan and SAPP are gamifying campaigns, hoping to achieve business goals by raising the fun factor. | MORE »

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10 Twitter Chat Tips Sure to Spark Engagement

The Twitter Chat, where Twitter users meet at a pre-determined time to discuss a topic, is an increasingly popular way for PR pros to cultivate relationships and spread messages. | MORE »

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The Week in PR, June 1- June 8

The revenge of old media, the popularity of PR and IHOP’s new dish.  | MORE »

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Peel the Layers of KPIs for Better Social Insights

KPIs are a good start, but don’t be beholden to them. For example, if your KPIs are monthly volume of mentions and share of voice versus competitors, key questions should be: What did people say about our products online? What was said about our competitors? | MORE »

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Last Laugh: Financial Firms Use Humor to Boost Social Engagement 28%

Companies wanting to improve engagement with consumers on social channels may want to look closely at what the financial services sector is doing. | MORE »

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Storytelling Can Humanize Executives

A growing role for PR is helping to bridge the communications gap between C-level executives and employees. But that can be a daunting task. | MORE »

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Thought Leaders Key to Revamp of Teen Brand

Launched in 2008 as Virtual Piggy (VPIG), Oink realized that it needed to rebrand to increase its appeal to the hip, young Generations Y and Z that its products were created for, as well as their parents—the buyers of the digital wallet service. The revamp needed to differentiate the brand, whose products include an app and a debit card, from competitors in what is an increasingly congested market. | MORE »

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