With digital/social communications in the forefront, and with corporate and CEO reputations at an all-time low, why aren’t more leaders dipping their toes into cyberspace, at least in the shallow part?
A good percentage of U.S. senators and House representatives have Twitter accounts—proof that social media has a firm foothold in the nation’s capital.
A new PR News/BurrellesLuce social media management and measurement survey also finds that metrics for social networks are lacking.
Hundreds of PR professionals got top tips from the experts on a range of digital and social media practices at PR News’ Digital PR Summit in New York. One basic, but crucial, piece of advice from Sarah Evans: Get a social media policy in place.
PR News will honor the Digital PR Awards finalists at a dinner at New York’s Grand Hyatt on October 6.
Case Study: Grasshopper’s Multi-Sensory Campaign Grows by Leaps And Bounds, Creating Big Buzz Around Rebranding
Chocolate-covered grasshoppers and a video on entrepreneurship were two of the key components in the Grasshopper Group’s rebranding effort.
New trends in the digital space may require organizations to upgrade or completely overhaul their Web sites; yet making wholesale changes could prove to be difficult and expensive.
The convergence of PR, advertising and digital tactics offers storytelling-savvy PR pros an opportunity to take the reins of content creation and management.
All too frequently, organizations are jumping into social media marketing before they are crystal clear about their core target audience or their brand—or about the emotional connection they want to make.
Empowerment, responsibility and protection are key hallmarks of strong social media guidelines, say the experts. But there’s a fine line between setting hard policies and applying looser guidelines.