When reporters are writing for now, it is the PR professional’s job to give them the tools they need to decide quickly if the stories being pitched to them are relevant to the broader market.
Case Study: Grasshopper’s Multi-Sensory Campaign Grows by Leaps And Bounds, Creating Big Buzz Around RebrandingSeptember 20th, 2010 by PR News
Chocolate-covered grasshoppers and a video on entrepreneurship were two of the key components in the Grasshopper Group’s rebranding effort.
Here’s a quick quiz by the Access Communications staff that will keep you on your media relations toes.
Image Patrol: Target Is Anything But On, While PG&E Connects With Post-Explosion Relief Fund and Twitter OutreachSeptember 20th, 2010 by Katie Paine
For Target, saying sorry for a donation to an anti-gay politician simply wasn’t enough; PG&E, however, did enough and more after its gas line explosion in the Bay Area.
Dana Perino is set to teach a public affairs master class at George Washington University—with a little help from her friends.
Having a negative attitude toward the media is a self-fulfilling prophesy, and requires serious reeducation and training.
The Coast Guard’s Ryan White gives PR News an inside look into the digital public affairs effort behind the oil spill crisis.
Case Study: Fitness Mag Integrates Editorial Messages With Live Events, Boosting Brand Awareness and SponsorshipsAugust 30th, 2010 by PR News
Fitness magazine Shape rebooted its brand for summer with a Bikini Body Tour and outreach campaign.
Case Study: When in Gnome: Integrated Campaign Follows Travelocity Figurehead on a Cross-Country AdventureAugust 23rd, 2010 by PR News
Travelocity fights the recession travel blues with a clever campaign that pits travel destinations against one another.