In this age of social networking, brand images rise and fall at lightning speed, and just how quickly and strategically a company responds to a Twitter, Facebook or Yelp.com assault makes all the difference.
When it comes to subject lines, first impressions are everything. Here are five tips to keep in mind.
PR News asked three YouTube users—two very experienced and one relative newbie—to share ways that they’re leveraging YouTube in their communications programs.
â–¶ Tech Brands’ Twitter Trouble: A study by Wildfire PR found that while 90% of technology companies have a presence on two or more social networks, a significant majority are not actively using these networks …
Open and click rates for marketing emails have continued to drop worldwide. Publishers have taken some innovative measures to slow, and in some cases even reverse, this decline.
If done correctly, brands can use active listening online to identify relevant audiences and understand the best approaches to reach them.
Case Study: Tax Giant Gets Personal Online by Turning Outdated Blog Site Into a Tax Q&A Juggernaut—Generating Big Return
H&R Block forged a more personal relationship with clients through a revamped Web site that provides year-round answers from tax preparation specialists.
The single most common mistake that PR practioners make in media relations efforts is failing to research the audience of the media outlet they are trying to pitch.
While embraced by some healthcare organizations, the idea-generation technique of crowdsourcing should be closely examined by PR pros across industries.
Dealing with consumer review sites might sound scary, but positive PR opportunities and outcomes abound.