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‘Dunbar’s Number’ may Change the Math of PR

With data an increasingly important element of marketing communications, PR folks may feel like they’re starting to drown in numbers. So one more shouldn’t hurt. But this number is likely to have a much bigger impact on the ability of communication… | MORE »

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The Digital/Social War Room Gains Steam

Who can forget the photo of President Obama and prominent members of his administration anxiously watching monitors while the assault on Osama Bin Laden’s hideout in Pakistan went on in real-time. Now it seems that brands are having their own &#8… | MORE »

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Flu Epidemic Highlights Messaging Mojo of CDC

Flu season is upon us, and in a big way. Today the story broke that flu-related deaths have now reached the “epidemic” level. With two small kids, that’s a worry to me. Then I began reading what the Centers for Disease Control and Pre… | MORE »

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For PR Pros, More Stress Means Added Responsibilities

A new survey was released earlier this week saying that PR is the fifth most stressful career path, up from seventh in 2012. To anyone remotely patched into the PR field, this is not exactly earth-shattering news and should be welcomed rather than frow… | MORE »

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13 for ’13: A Baker’s Dozen of PR To-Do’s

Now that your personal New Year’s Resolutions are sealed, it’s time to think about what sort of impact you plan to make this year for your company, your stakeholders and, just as importantly, for yourself. To help, I’ve compiled 13 action items, … | MORE »

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New Year’s Resolutions that PR Pros can Actually Keep

Let’s face it. New Year’s Resolutions more often than not don’t quite work out. Such resolutions (finish Robert Caro’s latest tome on Lyndon Baines Johnson or hit the gym more frequently) may last a few weeks or months into the New Year, but th… | MORE »

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Toyota’s Reputation Still Needs Repairing After $1 Billion Settlement

In 2009 and 2010 Toyota faced a doozy of a crisis when some customers reported that the cat company’s vehicles were accelerating without warning, causing accidents, injuries and deaths. The accusations sent Toyota’s sales reeling, while its rep… | MORE »

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Netflix Streaming Snafu Highlights Friend-Foe Relationships

Christmas Eve 2012 was not an enjoyable one for Netflix, the popular streaming video service. That night, customers across Canada, Latin America and the U.S. hit snags in streaming the company’s movies and TV shows into their homes—via various devi… | MORE »

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PR Lessons Learned: Greatest Hits of 2012

As PR News readers know, we’re big on lessons learned. Many of these PR lessons result in tried and true tactics, like “measure everything” and “listen to your target audiences.” Because 2012 is drawing to a close, I&#8217… | MORE »

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What’s Your Sentence?

The story goes that journalist Clare Booth Luce once asked President John F Kennedy what his one sentence was, that a “great man is a sentence”. Concerned that Kennedy was more “a paragraph” than a sentence, Booth (one of the first females to s… | MORE »

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