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2012 Digital PR Awards: Viral Campaign

A well-known brand combined with well-known pitchmen equaled a successful campaign for Head & Shoulders. | MORE »

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2012 Digital PR Awards: Mobile Initiative

The American Cancer Society and Vodafone created new ways to reach its target audiences through mobile initiatives. | MORE »

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2012 Digital PR Awards: Redesign/Relaunch of Site

The NCCD revamped a poorly-designed Web site, turning it into a destination that fully captured an organization’s message. | MORE »

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2012 Digital PR Awards: Location Based Digital Campaign

Winner: The Ritz-Carlton –The Ritz Carlton World Concierge The Ritz Carlton had a problem to solve. How does a global brand serve customers on a hyper-local level?  That where the idea for the Ritz Carlton … | MORE »

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2012 Digital PR Awards: Listening Campaign

Cone Communications went to real life consumers who were lactose intolerant to listen to their concerns and issues and learn from them. | MORE »

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2012 Digital PR Awards: Crisis Management

Faced with the infamous "Alec Baldwin tweeting" situation on one of its flights, American Airlines used its prior-established plan to immediately acknowledge the crisis. | MORE »

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2012 Digital PR Awards: Viral Campaign

A well-known brand combined with well-known pitchmen equaled a successful campaign for Head & Shoulders. | MORE »

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2012 Digital PR Awards: Mobile Initiative

The American Cancer Society and Vodafone created new ways to reach its target audiences through mobile initiatives. | MORE »

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2012 Digital PR Awards: Public Affairs

The International Franchise Association’s campaign has led to placing 7,200 veterans in careers in franchising. | MORE »

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2012 Digital PR Awards: Digital Marketing Campaign – $500K+

To combat consumers railing against HP’s cost of ink, HP and Porter Novelli put a human face on the issue, designating a supply techonology specialist as HP’s resident "Inkologist." | MORE »

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