With the general economy on the upswing PR pros have reason to be hopeful about the future.
While government agencies may not be known as early adopters in the social media space, their jumping on Vine signifies the growing importance—and expectation—for organizations to provide behind-the-scenes looks and video content with audiences.
Ketchum’s Don Bartholomew, who will present at PR News’ PR Measurement Conference on May 15, believes PR pros rely too much on opinion and experience when it comes to measurement.
Vine, dubbed by some as “the Instagram of video,” appears to be one of the most promising video apps in recent memory, and is getting a long look from communicators.
Case Study: Nature Conservancy, Seeking Renewed Relevance, Focuses on Environment’s Benefits to Human Health Video on Medical Value of Coral Reefs Resonates Ocean LifesaverApril 8th, 2013 by PR News
For its “Coral Reefs Saved My Life” campaign, The Nature Conservancy led off with a video featuring Arden O’Connor, who was being treated with a drug that originated in the ocean.
Chris Vary, executive VP of digital program innovation at Weber Shandwick, is intrigued by new networks like Nextdoor.com
PR pros have to move beyond impressions and awareness and start to wed social channels to business development opportunities.
Three years after the Barcelona Principles were crafted communications professionals are making some progress toward implementation, but still have a ways to go.