As the economy slowly picks up, major media coverage of the top 100 U.S. corporations (tracked Dec. 2010 – April 2011) is decidedly positive, particularly management-themed stories—despite their low share of voice. Could it be… Continued
In this excerpt from the new PR News’ Top 100 Case Studies in PR, Vol. 5, the Earth Advantage Institute builds its green cred through extensive stakeholder research and laser-focused media outreach.
As we’ve seen recently, a serious crisis puts serious pressure on executive leadership. And, sadly, the same denial-based crisis response pattern repeats itself far too often.
For most PR pros, being prepared for crises is a major staple of the discipline. IR professionals, however, often don’t have an effective crisis management plan in place.
When a crisis strikes, an organization is confronted with a critical period in which it needs to respond quickly and appropriately. Todd Hansen of O’Malley Hansen Communications provides three vital steps to regain control during a crisis.
With consumers increasingly accessing the Web through sophisticated mobile devices, Google is helping communicators deliver targeted messaging to consumers where they are, both digitally and geographically.
In today’s world of shrunken budgets, journalists are often covering multiple beats and using new mediums to receive pitches. Southwest Airlines’ Whitney Eichinger lays out five strategies to make your pitch soar above the din.
Public affairs pros take note: More industries are banding together to protect their mutual interests, writes Derek M. LaVallee, making advocacy work more complicated yet ultimately more powerful.
Case Study: The Pop Heard Round the World: Global Media Pushâ€¨ Propels Bubble Wrap’s 50th Anniversary CelebrationApril 11th, 2011 by PR News
How do you give proper props to packaging material? If it’s the iconic brand Bubble Wrap, you get the media’s attention through a clever press kit and knowledgeable spokespeople.
Case Study: Bay Area Nonprofit Bag Effort Is Anything But Static, Embracing Viral Video and Bloggers to Save S.F. BayApril 4th, 2011 by PR News
In a quest to curb the use of plastic grocery bags, the Bay Area nonprofit group Save the Bay went mano y mano with the deep-pocketed plastics industry, and was successful in spurring action among the public and government officials.