Katie Paine grades the crisis response of Merck, whose CEO took a stand against the President that eventually led to the downfall of two White House advisory groups, and Kapersky Lab, which whiffed when its integrity was questioned.
Everyone talks about spurring creative thinking and being nimble. Mondelez International found a way to do just that as it created its millennial-inspired snack line Vea. We spoke to VP Marketing Jason Levine to find out how they did it.
Once again video was the star of the show for brands on Facebook in the first half of 2017. This week we look at B2C brands courtesy of data supplied exclusively to PR News from Shareablee.
A professor of marketing provides insight on how to improve the communications skills of your team by using classroom assignments meant to do the same for college students.
Similar to a good newspaper or news site, a good content strategy is a combination of structure and spontaneity. We talked with Grubhub’s social media director Mallorie Rosenbluth to find out the brand’s recipe for creating such delicious content that’s both planned and spontaneous.
Our weekly roundup of trends, news and personnel moves in communications and marketing. This week’s stories include Walmart’s reaction to a gun hoax, more trouble for Uber, Facebook’s latest video update, Google’s diversity issues and the President’s reaction to a CEO leaving his advisory council.
It is a surprise that video is growing like a mushroom on Facebook? Provided exclusively to PR News, Shareablee data for the first half of 2017 bears this out for B2B brands, with Informatica leading the pack. Mark Zuckerberg will be pleased.
In this regular feature we ask PR leaders to tell us about people who’ve influenced their career, the best advice they’ve received and trends they’ve spotted. This week’s interview is with Heather Dueitt, director, marketing/communications, at NoteVault. She discusses lessons learned about social media.
As you know, speed is of the essence when dealing with a social media crises. Fortunately, tools exist that can help brands large and small monitor social media conversations, which can buy a bit of time for brands when a social media crisis occurs.
Our weekly roundup of trends, news and personnel moves in PR and marketing. This week’s stories include news from Washington, where President Trump played communicator and weighed in on a statement for his son, Donald Jr., that presidential lawyer Jay Sekulow insisted weeks earlier that the president knew nothing about. Also stories on Google’s diversity issues, Uber’s trouble with leased cars and more speed for Facebook’s News Feed on mobile devices.