As you know, doing more with less is a regular refrain in PR and marketing. As such, we regularly bring you tips about doing things on a tight budget. But can brands really create videos on a budget? Food Network didn’t think such lessons applied to it, but found out differently. Here’s what it learned.
For some communicators working in highly regulated industries the best communications is none at all. That’s anathema to Trista Morrison, N. America VP Communications at biopharmaceutical brand Sobi. She explains how she’s adapted and thrived in a regulated environment.
In an era where the hottest topic is fake news, how can you build trust with journalists? You’ll likely need to do so on social media. Here are tips that will help you do that and start to pitch more successfully, too.
The more things change…. Data from Shareablee tracking consumer engagement with brands’ posts on Facebook during the first half of the year shows nonprofits depending increasingly on video. It’s the same story for B2B and B2C brands.
A 2200-member church hired a former corporate PR pro with design training to make its brand more approachable and bring it into the modern age. The pro has responded with an integrated media plan that leans heavily on graphic elements.
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.
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.
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.