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It’s one thing for a top executive to be camera-ready for a media interview and know his talking points cold. It’s another when the reporter has a bone to pick with the executive, has a habit of interrupting the responses and can barely contain his or her hostility toward the brand or organization.
More than half (60%) of PR executives said they have not used blog type news releases without a formal news release, according to an exclusive study conducted by marketing communications agency MWW.
Organizations Put Low Priority on Growing New Leaders; C-Level Execs Unsure About How to Integrate Big Data
There’s a major disconnect between C-suite executives who realize the value of big data but don’t know how to execute on it, a new study revealed.
In terms that will resonate with communications professionals, Big Data is really a lot like a giant survey, but better.
CEB research has identified four misconceptions about the corporate brand, which, if addressed, can help you get more of the right people choosing you in the right ways.
Mistargeting Your Message Can Be a PR Misadventure; SMBs Looking for More Guidance on Online Marketing
▶ Another Excuse to Banish ‘Spray and Pray’ for Good : Mistargeting your messages is a chronic problem in PR—and it’s starting to get worse. According to the 4th annual consumer survey by social Web
The ampersand not only is part of the agency’s logo, but indicative of a culture that places a premium on cooperation. That goes for both internal and external purposes.
In the last two decades the Internet and electronic communications have revolutionized the PR world. But, perhaps, some of the most profound changes still await PR pros and communicators.