We asked PR News Advisory Board members about the trends and challenges within the PR discipline in 2010, and what the New Year will bring. Not too surprisingly, social media was a big topic of conversation, as was the acceptance of communications strategies in the C-suite.
Case Study: Trio Spreads Happiness Virus Globally, While Coca-Cola Brand Awareness Efforts Have a Local Flavor
Coca-Cola refreshed its international brand image with a PR campaign that sent three lovers of the carbonated beverage around the world in one year to visit all 206 countries in which Coke is sold.
Social/digital media has changed the press release—for the better. Here are 10 tips to help you make your press release come alive online with search optimization techniques.
Should social media posts, tweets, videos and the like be saved by an organization? Or is it enough to depend on the platforms themselves when the need to find such content arises?
With the New Year upon us, we look back to Dec. 31, 2009, when North 6th Agency hosted multi-site bashes that broke a Guinness World Record and helped launch the Wisp toothbrush.
Small business owners see social media as a key to customer engagement, says a survey by Constant Contact.
There are many things to consider when integrating blogs and other social networks into an IR program—such as disclosure and adhering to legal compliance.
Have all your crisis ducks in a row? Here’s a checklist of questions from John R. Brooks of the Communication Services of the Evangelical Lutheran Church that may save you some trouble.
SEO Tactics for PR Success: Getting to the Top of Search Results One Thing, Suppressing Negative Posts Another Thing Entirely
MS&L’s Kai Blum and TopRank Online Marketing’s Jolina Pettice will also reveal the 10 key components for SEO success at the Dec. 8 PR News Webinar.
Case Study: Tech, Playful Pranks and Old-Fashioned Pen & Paper Power New York Public Library’s Plea for More Funds
When the New York Public Library faced the largest budget cut in its history, it was time to turn the page on a new kind of PR campaign.