Hormel Foods kept "green" top-of-mind with its employees through its annual CR report for stakeholders and an engaging communications program which featured a Twitter contest challenging participants’ knowledge of the company’s sustainability practices.
Winner: U.S. Census Bureau – 2010 Census Greg Biffle PSA As part of its effort to reach NASCAR fans—a traditionally hard-to-count audience—the U.S. Census Bureau hired driver Greg Biffle for one of its national public …
Convince and Convert’s Jay Baer and other content strategists discuss how best to deploy your marketing content.
APCO Worldwide’s David Wescott evaluates the the success of Toyota’s and Honda’s 2012 social media campaigns based on six factors that help determine what makes a company successful in social media and worth supporting.
Case Study: Hot Spots App Tells SXSW Scenesters Where the Action Is and Proves PR Can Drive Mobile Development
For the 2011 SXSW event, Waggener Edstrom’s WE Studio D digital group designed and launched a mobile application to generate awareness for the agency’s forward-thinking mobile PR capabilities.
Richard Ouyang, associate director of digital strategies at Peppercom Digital, offers 10 concepts PR pros need to understand to become well-versed in mobile application development.
Despite maintaining a generally grim outlook on the future of their country compared to their global peers, the majority U.S. millennials agree that the Internet has opened up greater business prospects for their generation.
Infographics, which use rich data to form a captivating piece of visual communication, haven taken the PR world by storm lately. Two infographics experts provide steps for visually engaging readers through compelling data and graphics.
Consumers’ purchase decisions are influenced more than ever by online product reviews, blogs and articles, with both positive and negative information swaying uncertain buyers in each direction.