Using Twitter can sometimes be confusing, and on Monday the company’s CFO proved it when he mistakenly tweeted publicly what was supposed to be a direct message, revealing plans to buy an unspecified company.
In the race to capitalize on the increasing commercialization of the holidays, Black Friday and Gray Thursday have sent more Americans to work on Thanksgiving in both early morning and late night store openings.
With Buffalo’s home stadium buried in snow and Sunday’s game in jeopardy, the Bills have decided to reach out to local fans for help.
PR pros, take note: For most any corporate executive, going after his or her media critics is usually a no-win proposition.
While gut instinct may prove a legitimate guide, I’ve found that asking a few simple questions can make choosing which projects to bypass a lot easier.
Debates about responsibility are beside the point right now for the laundry detergent manufacturers. Before a groundswell of public opinion rises demanding that the products be taken off the shelves, real plans to reconsider packaging and labeling will have to be announced—and soon.
Shy bladder sufferers are less than amused by a new ad in which “painfully awkward” Rob Lowe says that he can’t urinate in public. The International Paruresis Association wants the ad pulled. DirectTV says no go. Either way, the kerfuffle is another example of “earned” media generated by paid media.