"Most major crises start with a bad idea." That from a slide used by Gary Sheffer, executive director of Communications & Public Affairs at General Electric. But how much of what we think we know… Continued
Nonprofit organizations often face the challenge of a big initiative supported by a small bankroll. While nonprofits come in all shapes and sizes, there is a general procedure for all nonprofit professionals can follow a… Continued
Today, even though good communication is vital to every organization’s success, we still agonize over measuring the effectiveness of our programs. So, is your organization getting the most out of its communications dollars? The odds… Continued
Given how hot CSR and going green have become in the corporate mindset, communicating initiatives inspired by one or the other have become commonplace. Or, to quote Liz Gorman, vice president of corporate responsibility for… Continued
Organizations’ executives know that most of their biggest influencers have moved online in some capacity, raising the question: How can they be reached via effective integrated social media marketing? When faced with this challenge (especially… Continued
Picture this scenario: You’ve worked hard to get your company executive in front of a reporter, either in a print interview, a radio broadcast or a televised news segment. The questions so far have been… Continued
Web 2.0 – that is, the collective name of the services that let people collaborate and share information online – has given birth to an ornery, brilliant, sometimes-deceitful offspring: PR 2.0.
Developing an exciting internal culture that promotes growth is just half the job—you have to figure out the best ways to communicate that culture to your workforce.
After years of focusing on leads, many communicators at b2b companies feel that building campaigns around buyers’ real needs is more important than ever.
We analyze some of the hashtags that have been driving forces for recent grassroots digital campaigns and offer tips on how to craft hashtags that are appropriate for your particular message.