PR pros are constantly trying to anticipate what the next big thing will be. This infographic, “The Internet in 2015,” from Cisco will give you an idea of how things are shaping up online.
Not more than a few years ago only serious foodies and natives of the Mediterranean sought out Greek-style yogurt. That trend has changed, and Chobani is a big reason for that. However, the company’s recent major product recall has stirred some doubts about quality assurance.
You already know you shouldn’t litter your Facebook community’s news feed with overt advertisements and bland marketing jargon, but what are the characteristics of the content you should be posting?
Content marketing is now a $44 billion industry. And with businesses planning to increase their budgets toward search engine optimization (SEO) by up to 44% this year, PR professionals must be savvy in digital communications tactics in order to remain in the game.
Social media strategies are often limited and focus on less than a handful of networks. It’s no doubt difficult to roll out a discrete strategy on each and every social media platform, but that shouldn’t stop you from trying. Especially when it comes to a network like Reddit, where users devour content and spread it across their community.
Indira Abidin has experience tackling PR campaigns rooted in topics not discussed in polite society. Read some takeaways from her work on “World Toilet Day.”