Regardless of where a crisis starts, the real-time nature of digital media means that social conversations will move faster than your company can make decisions.
This willful gaming of the American government may prove to be irredeemable in the eyes of some environmentally conscious consumers.
In incident management, just as in emergency medical care, what you do in the first 60 minutes, or the Golden Hour, often determines whether your event remains manageable or erupts into a full-blown crisis.
Good communicators know the rules of what and what not to do on Twitter. But let’s assume a bad tweet has escaped out into the world. How do you recover?
As we know, without the proper context and narrative, numbers can lie. In addition, some things PR people do are difficult or perhaps impossible to measure in a standard way.
All the finalists will be celebrated—and the winners will be announced—at the Platinum PR Awards luncheon on Oct. 26 at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.
Search the term “hires a PR firm” on any given day and you’ll find a fresh news story about a company hiring a PR firm to handle a crisis. Shocking news! Stop the presses! How dare they revert to PR! Why is it still newsworthy when PR is called to the rescue or joins a […]