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Battle Facebook Fatigue with Compelling Content

While Facebook continues to be the social platform of choice for many brands, a couple of interesting studies released last week could trip an alarm for communications pros. A Pew study found that the majority of the 1,000-plus people surveyed said the… | MORE »

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There’s Nothing Fishy About The Weather Channel’s #Nemo Hash Tag

The tweet caught my eye: “Don’t support The Weather Channel by calling this storm Nemo.” But I liked that name, and so did thousands of tweeters who tucked #Nemo into their 140-character updates. While not intended as the cute Nemo fish of Disney… | MORE »

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Blaming it on PR: A Cautionary Tale

“It’s PR’s fault.” This is what a reporter acquaintance for a daily publication recently told me, as she was lamenting the inability to set up a meeting with a top executive at a major trade show coming up. “They didn’t get back to me, and … | MORE »

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20 Annoying Behaviors During Meetings

Meetings are both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, great ideas and solutions abound when you bring people into a room, face to face.  People learn from one another and also get to know their colleagues better.  Ideas, concepts, hot-button issues … | MORE »

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Will PR now Become Part of Apple’s Core?

It may not equal Jonas Salk discovering the polio vaccine or Albert Einstein discovering the theory of relativity, but Apple Inc.’s recent discovery of public relations is worth noting. For years the technology and consumer-products giant was notorio… | MORE »

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PR Needs to Mitigate the Negative Returns of Executive Rants

What was the CEO of Tupperware thinking? On an earnings call last week the executive, Rick Goings, explained to a reporter why the company had flat performance in 2012. “We are a high-quality product and a brand,” Goings said. “Why do we do bette… | MORE »

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Super Bowl Momentum: How Would You React When the Lights Go Out?

As you were waiting for the lights to go back on in New Orleans last night, were you thinking to yourself: if this were my Super Bowl, what would I be saying to my team? What would I be doing to keep my team on the winning side? And is some poor worker… | MORE »

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Blaming it on PR: A Cautionary Tale

“It’s PR’s fault!” This is what a reporter acquaintance for a daily publication recently exclaimed to me, as she was lamenting the inability to set up a meeting with a top executive at a major conference. “They didn’t get back to me, and th… | MORE »

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Boy Scouts Gay Policy Reversal-Read the Fine Print

The announcement this week by the Boy Scouts of America that it was considering reversing its policy of not allowing gays to join its ranks was front-page news. After all, the organization has fought tooth and nail—going all the way to the Supreme Co… | MORE »

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Another Opportunity to Meld Tactical PR with Strategic Communications

A couple of PR-related studies released earlier this month underscore two major challenges that PR pros now face, one that is tactical in nature and the other that is in a more strategic vein. The first study is another reminder that, in a digital age,… | MORE »

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