In addition to being masters of words and language, PR pros need to embrace quantitative information to turn data into meaningful information.
Case Study: Tips-Based Personal Engagement Breathes Life Into American Heart Association’s Ideal Health Campaign
The American Heart Association used Facebook as the crux for its Ideal Health campaign, with daily messaging, live chats and a brand ambassador program to promote the benefits of a heart-healthy lifestyle.
While it’s important to not get caught up with each of the shiniest new objects for managing Twitter—of which there are many—PR pros do need to have the right tool for the job, which depends on your social media objectives and resources.
Joe Ciarallo, VP of Buddy Media, lays out five of the most important social data points to track to help make the most of your PR efforts on Facebook.
Most consumers are willing to tell businesses if they receive poor service, whether it’s by e-mail or social media, despite many not believing that companies take notice of—or care about—the feedback.
The Occupy movement is ushering in a new era of audience engagement, as the wellspring of anger in the general populace finds a new target—cable network E!.
With so many ways to engage and interact with a community on Facebook, it’s easy for a brand to lose track and leave fans by the wayside. Here are some tips to keep in mind so you don’t.
When launching a contest on Facebook, first ask yourself if the contest is likely to be shared by friends online, says Afdhel Aziz of Heineken USA.