Now that Facebook has officially launched Timeline for brands, PR pros must answer this question: What is our brand’s story, and how do we want to tell it visually?
After an accident stopped the Daytona 500 for two hours, Brad Keselowski went where no race car driver has gone before—tweeting during the race.
Conover Tuttle Pace SVP and partner Brian Heffron offers tips on how to keep feeding the media for sustained coverage.
Brands that use paid advocates must be aware of proper disclosure policies in order to avoid conflicts with the Federal Trade Commission.
While the Costa Allegra is being towed slowly to Seychelles, Costa Cruises continues to leave out one of the five W’s: Why?
Mobile phone users spend about twice their time on Facebook compared to Twitter—and they also watch a lot of video.
With 3 million people having texted or tweeted their votes in to help decide the slam-dunk contest, the NBA must now focus on keeping and engaging its ever-expanding international social audience.
Seamless social integration with live events builds anticipation before an event, deepens the event experience itself and extends the lifespan of an event beyond its calendar date.
Case Study: Influencer Communications and Content Creation Make Pinehurst No. 2’s Restoration Campaign a Hole-in-OneFebruary 27th, 2012 by Bill Miltenberg
Pinehurst Resort’s No. 2 golf course went through much-needed physical and PR makeovers, resulting in a bunker full of media coverage and an uptick in resort bookings.
PR Council Roundtable: Internal Communications, Social Media Cause Sleep Disorder Among Corporate PR ProsFebruary 27th, 2012 by Scott Van Camp
Members of the PR News Corporate PR Council discuss the PR issues that give them the most sleepless nights. Tops on the list: the unpredictability of social media.