Whether it’s new PR channels, such as digital marketing and mobile media, or traditional PR disciplines, including crisis management and media relations, PR News has all the bases covered with its Digital PR Awards. This year’s event will take place at New York’s Grand Hyatt on Nov. 5 (to register, visit www.prnewsonline.com/digital-pr-awards-luncheon2013).
Big business is officially obsessed with Big Data. According to a new survey of Fortune 1000 C-suite executives conducted by NewVantage Partners, 91% of executives said their organizations have Big Data initiatives planned or in progress.
Despite publishers’ and journalists’ affinity for Twitter, it turns out that Pinterest is driving more traffic to their homepages. According to a recent Shareaholic study, when it comes to traffic from social, Facebook and Pinterest are leading the way.
Winner: MasterCard – The MasterCard Conversation Suite Transforming a brand’s image can be a daunting proposition, but MasterCard made it look easy. Three years ago the company set out to rebrand itself as more of… Continued
Is ‘Big Data’ More Trouble Than It’s Worth? Marketing The Benefits of Your Brand Leaves A Lot To Be DesiredOctober 14th, 2013 by PR News
Data is proving to be an effective tool for PR execs eager to improve their measurement capabilities. However, 70% of executives indicated that there remains a lack of real-time access available to leverage the precise data needed, according to a recent study from BusinessIntelligence.com and Domo.
Lacquer Morphs Natural Products Expo East + West from a Trade Show Into a Valuable Asset for Media OutletsOctober 14th, 2013 by PR News
This year’s Natural Product Expo in action. The event drew more than 1500 members of the media. A graphic showcasing some of the results from The Natural Product Expo, as well as the tactics used to achieve
For many years there was separation between church and state, so to speak, when it came to advertising and public relations. Sometimes agencies would handle only one discipline or the other. Consumers would