TerraCycle’s Albe Zakes and Sandy Won of the International Center for Research on Women provide some tips on Facebook strategies that won’t break the bank.
For communicators, there’s no need to take sides in Twitter and Google’s recent clash over the latter’s new social search offering.
Google’s newest search feature, Search plus Your World, was lauded and critiqued immediately after its launch—but what do the changes mean for PR pros?
Not only are local businesses increasingly embracing social media’s free aspects, they are also upping their spending on ads on social platforms.
In this excerpt from PR News’ just published Employee Communications Guidebook Vol. 3, Red Ant communications manager Steph Yaguer offers some best practices in interacting with the public via social media during a crisis.
Silverpop’s Arthur Hughes offers five ways to make your e-newsletter an immediate must-read.
Branded content—a fusion of publishing and marketing—saw a major rise in 2011, and is forecast to increase again in 2012.
When a picture of a sales receipt featuring a racist remark made by one of its employees went viral, Papa John’s took to Twitter to respond to individual complaints and concerns.
Whether it’s improving your search visibility or your brand’s syndication across platforms, at present Google+’s advantages far outweigh the disadvantages of not having a presence on the platform.