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For other companies wishing to do a campaign similar to Nationwide’s Driving While Distracted program, which educates consumers on safe driving practices, Fleishman-Hillard’s Senior Vice President Bill Ferguson and Nationwide’s communications consultant for media relations, Charley Gillespie, offer tips.
Tim Marklein, who was a presenter at PR News’ Measurement Conference on March 23 in Washington, D.C., talks about the importance of aligning PR measurement with business goals.
ANSWERS TO THE PR NEWS POP QUIZ 1. No. A business that wishes to promote itself on Facebook must create a Facebook “Page,” which has different requirements than a Facebook Profile. 2. Yes. However, Twitter …
For organizations wishing to launch an initiative similar to CASASTART-UP, invest up front in understanding your audience and the best way to meet their needs.
One of the challenges of the CASASTART-UP initiative was making sure all the disparate individuals working on the project were aligned when it came to goals and messaging.
So you think you have a grasp of the legal implications of social media use? Take the PR News Pop Quiz and find out if you’re taking unnecessary risks.
If you are not taking risks and giving employees’ opportunities that make you feel uncomfortable as a manager, you are not tapping into your employees’ potential. To put it another way, give employees maximum responsibility at the earliest opportunity.
Kevin Moss’ keynote speech at the PR News CSR Awards challenges CSR executives to be involved in all business functions and use social networking to communicate transparency and authenticity. Such communication could help root out inconsistencies in applying values.
At a Feb. 24 luncheon event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., PR News honored the best in corporate social responsibility communications.
More reporters are relying on social media to find sources for stories, but on the whole they find those sources to be less reliable than those found through other means, according to a Cision/George Washington University study.