To gauge the quality of their earned print and online coverage, PR pros must answer five critical questions to determine whether their strategic objectives are being met.
Bottom Line Communications’ Bill Bradley’s MBA scorecard can help determine the effectiveness of media coverage and pinpoint areas of success and weakness in your PR efforts.
The Media Branding Analysis scorecard can help determine the effectiveness of media coverage and pinpoint strengths and weaknesses in your PR efforts.
Aligning employees to business objectives—an exercise often tried but rarely achieved—is one of the Holy Grails for PR pros. According to experts, however, some quality conversations with employees can help with the alignment process.
VMS’ Angela Jeffrey provides highlights from AMEC’s European Summit on Measurement.
Despite garnering over 34,000 mentions of his name on Twitter during Apple’s Developers Conference, not even Steve Jobs could stop Apple’s share price from falling throughout the day.
This adaptation from the just-published PR Measurement Guidebook Vol. 5 offers tips to measure how loud your voice is resonating across different media platforms.
For companies with multiple social media destinations, the Hub and Spoke social media management model can spur greater engagement and increase collaboration with employees and customers.
Are your multiple social media destinations—via product, services and/or regions—languishing? It may be time to get a handle on them via a social media management system.
While a Facebook page extends a brand to a potential audience of millions, Facebook Groups allows for the formation of exclusive communities that nurture true brand advocates.