A growing segment of the PR industry is losing touch with basic, effective principles that have driven news generation, program positioning and human interaction for decades.
Memes: The term may be lost on PR professionals who are not attuned to pop culture or surfing YouTube. No, memes aren’t those silent street performers, nor is the word pronounced mem eees —as one PR News
Think of apps as a content delivery—what’s inside that vehicle creates awareness, educates and (let’s hope) in some way provides value for the user.
Knowing about these RFP red flags can help PR exes and/or their procurement teams hone a better proposal.
Yahoo’s New Policy: Workers Favor In-Person Interaction; Brand Affinity, Not Discounts, Drives Social Media ‘Likes’
A TrackVia survey comes on the heels of Mayer’s edict that starting in June all Yahoo employees work from the company’s offices.
Case Study: TerraCycle Teams with Tobacco Company for Cigarette Waste Collection Effort—No Ifs, Ands or Butts About It
It’s unusual for a company with revenue of $18 million to bypass media buys to help spread the word about its products and services, instead depending almost solely on non-paid, public relations efforts.