Stories by Steve Goldstein

‘Branded Content’ Means Nothing to Google—Relevant Content Is What It’s All About

May 29th, 2013 by

How people find content should be a determining factor in the kind of content you produce, says
Content Marketing Boot Camp speaker Buddy Scalera of Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide.

4 Ground Rules for Sharing Social Metrics With Your CEO

May 24th, 2013 by

Don’t wait for your CEO to say “bottom-line me” when you’re reporting social media metrics.

NASCAR Races Toward 1 Million Salutes on Twitter & Instagram

May 23rd, 2013 by

A Memorial Day social media campaign from a savvy brand raises awareness of our nation’s troops while asking little of its fans—a neat trick.

Obama/Captain Kirk Mind-Meld: Media Training the Star Trek Way

May 16th, 2013 by

No one would ever accuse Captain Kirk of being professorial and aloof—or of being a media trainer. But it could be a profitable second career for him in the next sequel.

Daily War Room Worked for Obama—and Will Work for Your PR Campaigns

May 7th, 2013 by

PR News sat down with Amy Gershkoff to discuss what she learned on the campaign trail and provide real-world insights for communications professionals.

4 Ways to Manage a Celebrity Tantrum on Twitter

May 6th, 2013 by

Rainn Wilson got even with USAirways on Twitter when his connecting flight departed earlier than scheduled.

‘See Below’ for 15 Email Pet Peeves

May 3rd, 2013 by

You may think you’re in communications, but you’re really in inbox management.

Measurement is Sexy. Really

May 1st, 2013 by

Measurement is the new black—those who measure their PR understand the profound impact the activity can have on a company’s brand and bottom line.

C.C. Chapman on the Measures of True Happiness

April 29th, 2013 by

Measurable goals are the stepping stones toward happiness, says PR Measurement Conference keynoter C.C. Chapman, author of “Amazing Things Will Happen.”

Damaged George W. Bush Brand Makes a Comeback

April 25th, 2013 by

Damaged brands can learn a thing or two from the reversal in George W. Bush’s approval ratings.