Following is a small selection of verbatim comments from editors and reporters polled in the recent national survey of 12,500 editors and reporters by Don Bates with the assistance of Cision and George Washington University.… Continued
According to a recent survey of U.S. media conducted in conjunction with George Washington University and Cision, PR executives are valuable to media, but they have a lot to learn when it comes to writing for them. As noted in the 33-page report, 94% of journalists use submissions from PR professionals and large majorities also depend on other PR tools such as press kits and special events.
Modern forces and current events may require executives to reinterpret basic tenets of communications, but one remains the same (at least according to CNBC’s on-air editor Charles Gasparino): media relations. Known for being particularly unforgiving… Continued
Communications’ inherent dependence on intangible factors whose definitions are largely subjective—reputation, brand, trust, authenticity—hobbled it in the business climate of yore, before technology and shifting values elevated it to a position of power within modern… Continued
Engagement. Relationships. When you consider the vernacular surrounding social media measurement, an outsider could easily mistake the conversation for one about the ROI of marriage. Granted, the ROI of both marriage and social media are,… Continued
To cut through the clutter and boost your brand’s market share, it’s imperative to use multi-platform tactics, particularly if your program’s aim is to reach multiple audiences, says Stephanie Anderson, head of PR for OSRAM… Continued
It’s no secret that the “AIG effect” has toned down lavish business events in recent months, but what does that mean for event planning as we look at 2009 and beyond? As communications professionals, you… Continued
Whether you are delivering a presentation to employees, conference attendees, community members or media, you want your comments to be as salient and memorable as possible. Regardless of the audience, you will have key messages… Continued