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2011 Digital PR Awards – Redesign/Relaunch of Site

Winner: Cohn & Wolfe – No Ordinary Agency. No Ordinary Website To enhance Cohn & Wolfe’s creative reputation and set it apart from other firms, over 2,000 hours were dedicated to revamping its Web site. … | MORE »

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2011 Digital PR Awards – Listening Campaign

Winner: Dell Inc. – The Dell Listening & Command Center Launched in December 2010, the Dell Listening and Command Center was created to improve Dell’s customer service and product quality. The center is designed to … | MORE »

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2011 Digital PR Awards – Digital Marketing Campaign: $100K to $300K

Winner: General Mills Inc. – Honey Nut Cheerios ‘America’s Favorite Cereal’ After selecting authentic lovers of Honey Nut Cheerios—something Chris Tamburino, senior account executive at Coyne PR, says was a challenge as the brand has … | MORE »

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2011 Digital PR Awards – Public Affairs Campaign

Co-winner: Euro RSCG Worldwide PR – Campaign Money Watch ‘They Win U Lose’ With partner Campaign Money Watch, Euro RSCG fought aggressively to reinvigorate the core Obama voter base before the 2010 midterm elections. Focusing … | MORE »

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2011 Digital PR Awards – Intranet

Winner: CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield – Your Voice. Your Story. InsideCareFirst.com An internal research study conducted by the associate communications team at CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield revealed that associates wanted to have a sense of partnership with … | MORE »

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2011 Digital PR Awards – Crisis Management

Winner: NEI and Burson-Marsteller – Digital Crisis Management for U.S. Nuclear Industry during Japan Crisis The tragic earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan on March 11, 2011, had the side effect of creating what Burson-Marsteller … | MORE »

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2011 Digital PR Awards – PR Firm of the Year: Digital

Winner: Waggener Edstrom Worldwide Inc. Waggener Edstrom’s digital initiatives in the past year were pretty robust. To name just a few, the agency worked with Microsoft Mobility, HTC and T-Mobile to launch the Windows Phone … | MORE »

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Millennials Prefer Change Through Individual Actions 

Members of the generation born from 1980 onward embrace social media as medium for enacting change, rather than traditional political channels. | MORE »

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2010 Digital PR Awards: New Site

Winner: Dominion Resources – Dominion Gets A Makeover Energy provider Dominion sought to recharge its online image by incorporating a user-centric approach to design navigation and functionality. Using data gathered from testing on its existing sites, … | MORE »

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2010 Digital PR Awards: Public Affairs Campaign

APCO Worldwide – U.S. Travel Association’s ‘Meetings Mean Business’ Campaign The meeting, event and incentive travel business hasn’t exactly been helped by the recession. To help the U.S. Travel Association take control of the story, … | MORE »

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