Tony Tapia of the Western Union Foundation has helped steer One World, One Family from the start. We asked him what companies should consider when executing a global campaign.
Steve Cody, managing partner at Peppercom, reveals five key questions to consider before taking on pro bono work.
Traditional tactics mesh well with sales results, particularly in the case of Verizon and its TV offering, FiOS. Eric Rabe, the company’s senior VP of media relations, says his role in creating awareness of FiOS launches is really all about sales.
Sam Ford, director of customer insights at Peppercom, offers tips for better PR/customer service interaction. Among them: Challenge upper management to think about how to better integrate the two units.
There’s been many a research paper on social behavior, but none may be as tantalizing to communications pros as a book released late this year by two academics. Researchers Nicholas Christakis and James Fowler give …
A new study fielded by Vocus surveyed more 1,800 marketing and PR executives on the topic of PR planning for 2010. A key takeaway: Though social media has been a primary catalyst for change in the PR industry, respondents see PR’s role in the overall marketing mix becoming increasingly more important.
In a Harvard Business Review article “Let the Response Fit the Scandal,” authors Alice Tybout and Michelle Roehm try to patch that disconnect, writing about the gap between managers’ and customers’ perceptions of a crisis involving a brand.
Euro RSCG’s recent study of more than 1,200 social media users offers insights on how communications pros are using a myriad of options available in social and online media today. According to the study, the world is expanding and narrowing at the same time because of social media’s “hyperlocalization” quotient.
Best practices revealed by three thought leaders at Washington D.C. event cover listening, integrated social media campaigns and responding to stakeholders in a crisis.