In incident management, just as in emergency medical care, what you do in the first 60 minutes, or the Golden Hour, often determines whether your event remains manageable or erupts into a full-blown crisis.
It seems nearly everyone admits that it is less than ideal when PR and marketing work in silos. Fortunately, we hear more and more examples of silos being a thing of the past.
In their more candid moments, executives doubt the value of the employee-engagement survey. They find it time-consuming and stressful and most have given up on calculating its ROI.
There is no better storyteller for a company than its employees. Here are some tips for making employees great storytellers on social media.
Signs of the times: Jeb Bush goes on the offensive, attacking Donald Trump, but does so with a video on the Internet. Trump returns serve via Twitter and Instagram. Blue Bell Creameries, founded in 1907, goes all-out on social media to hail the return of Blue Bell Ice Cream to shelves in select markets after […]
Human Rights Campaign’s Maureen McCarty, who will be discussing millennial content consumption trends at PR News’ Social Media Summit in New York on Oct. 5, shares some insights into her efforts to communicated with this key demo.
The secret to building an effective PR team could be to steer clear of PR.
All the finalists will be celebrated—and the winners will be announced—at the Platinum PR Awards luncheon on Oct. 26 at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.
Search the term “hires a PR firm” on any given day and you’ll find a fresh news story about a company hiring a PR firm to handle a crisis. Shocking news! Stop the presses! How dare they revert to PR! Why is it still newsworthy when PR is called to the rescue or joins a […]