How many times in the last 48 hours have you read or heard the phrase “content is king”? Maybe people think that if you chant it enough times it’ll be true. But we know in our hearts that it’s not true—some content is king, but not all of it.
“firstname.lastname@example.org” is not an email address to a journalist—it’s a red flag.
Companies go through quiet periods when news output is limited. As PR pros, our job is to maintain clients’ presence in their industries during these times.
Companies like Apple, Facebook and Google may have made a mistake by swiftly denying cooperation with the NSA.
Two world-famous celebrities, two disclosures, one dreaded disease: Who communicated the message better?
This might be a case where the brand and persona are inseparable, and no amount of proactive PR work can differentiate the two.
How people find content should be a determining factor in the kind of content you produce, says
Content Marketing Boot Camp speaker Buddy Scalera of Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide.