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Public Relations in the Age of the Mega-Crisis: Real-Life Strategies That Work

Conventional wisdom says B2B communicators are behind the curve when it comes to crisis response—here are four examples of enterprise crisis comms that disprove that theory. | MORE »

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CSR Reporting: Data Is Only a Third of the Communications Equation

While it helps to consider Global Reporting Initiative guidelines when presenting CSR data, getting your story straight is also a major part of the equation. | MORE »

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Are ‘Pollinators’ the New Queen Bees of the Internet?

Through hyperactive online sharing around their passion points, a new class of online influencers called "pollinators" has emerged on the Web. | MORE »

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Execs Admit to Social Media’s Power, But Are Behind the Curve

Thanks to social media’s impact on customer service and loyalty, most executives recognize that future business success is dependent on having a social media strategy in place. | MORE »

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Does Hack of Fox News Twitter Page Portend Tweets to Come?

Early Monday morning, Twitter posts on @foxnewspolitics reported that President Obama was assassinated. As the political fervor builds, what’s to keep more malicious hacks from occurring? | MORE »

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An ‘Awesome’ Headline Grabber From Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg shoves Google aside on his way back to the top of the tech news cycle. | MORE »

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PR News Q&A: An Audience-First Approach to Facebook Engagement

WCG’s Tim Marklein discusses going beyond the number of likes and understanding how fan engagement can boost advocacy for your brand. | MORE »

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Avoid the ‘Audience of One’ Content Creation Pitfall

Martin Jones of March Communications explains why a considered approach to content creation is more valuable than ever amid an expanding echo chamber. | MORE »

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Beyond the Buzz: What Google+ Means for PR Pros

Google has once again entered the social space, this time with its Google+ project, forcing public relations professionals to reevaluate their digital strategies and consider jumping on the service once available. | MORE »

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Careless Research From the Web Is a Killer

Michele Bachmann’s "John Wayne" utterance in her presidential declaration speech was a prime example of too much dependence on Google and other search engines for facts. | MORE »

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