The question is not how to engage and build relationships online, but how to determine the best mix of traditional and social media in outreach efforts. After all, the majority of business leaders would finally agree that digital communications channels aren’t going anywhere, and neither are traditional ones.
The leading communicators and teams in the nonprofit sector were honored at an awards event Nov. 3 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The overriding theme? PR pros keep getting better at applying their formidable skills in the service of the community at large.
For a campaign with as many moving pieces as LEGO’s “Go Miniman Go,” streamlined communications between LEGO and its agency partner Flashpoint PR was critical to successful execution. Kristin Greene, a principal at Flashpoint PR, attributes the campaign’s success to the following best practices for effective collaboration:
State of the Blogosphere: Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere 2009 report has hit the Web, offering insights into professional blogging activities, brands in the blogosphere, monetization and bloggers’ impact on national and global events. Among this year’s findings and insights:
1. Employees are blocked • Reach: No impact • Influence: No message 2. Employees have access but aren’t trained • Reach: Marginal impact • Influence: Accidentally on message 3. Trained spokespersons • Reach: Limited impact …
PRSA Counselors Academy surveyed its membership last May to better understand the issues facing the leaders of PR firms across the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. Not surprisingly, three key issues rose to the top: surviving the economic downturn, navigating social media and retaining a sense of authenticity as counselors continue to move from simple tacticians to trusted business advisers.
With events like the 1973 energy crisis, the Exxon -Valdez oil spill of 1989, skyrocketing oil and gas prices in 2008 and the ongoing conversation surrounding climate change and energy conservation, the oil and energy …
Tonka trucks, Barbie and Ken, Etch-A-Sketch, Cabbage Patch Kids, Beanie Babies—these iconic toy brands were each best-sellers in their own right, having become symbols for entire generations of children over the years. LEGO Systems, the company behind the toy building brick sets, is among these long-standing toy leaders, having emerged as a favorite among children of all ages.
PR News presented its Platinum PR Awards at a luncheon event in New York on Oct. 21, honoring the past year’s most innovative and envelope-pushing communications efforts, and what a year it was.
Of Rapping Flight Attendants, SEO and Online Trolls: PR News Launches its Second Annual Digital PR Summit
Yesterday’s second annual PR News Digital PR Summit at the Grand Hyatt in midtown Manhattan was a like a virtual smorgasbord for the digital palate in the sense that it had everything for everyone to …