In times of crisis, PR always seems to be at the heart of the story. But should it be?
What does listening to Twitter really entail? Who should you be listening to and how do you know you’re listening to the right conversations?
Oriella PR Network’s Digital Journalism Study found that despite greater demands on journalists’ time, many are positive about the impacts of digital and social media on their reporting.
Case Study: PR Outreach Helps Drive Utility Company’s Ambitious Energy Reduction Campaign—With Electrifying Results
To promote the use of CFL bulbs among its customers, Puget Sound Energy engineered a fully integrated marketing/communications campaign the rocked the northwest–not bad for conservative utility outfit.
While conventional wisdom tells PR executives to get their top management out in front of the media to build reputation and trust, data compiled by PRIME Research for PR News shows that compared to other PR disciplines “management” coverage by top media outlets is severely lacking.
From a PR perspective, Dan Gilbert’s letter to fans in response to LeBron’s departure could have been constructed differently—to reenforce the positive.
A tweetup event connected nonprofits with social media skills, while spreading awareness of Comcast’s solid social media leadership.
A new PR News survey, "Communications in an Age of Transparency," finds that while some say their employee communications are "excellent," many see room for improvement.
Gone are the days of formality. Now, the relationship between reporter and corporation requires frequency and transparency.
Employees are crucially important stakeholders in all CSR initiatives, and giving them a voice in their development is a sure way to get them involved from inception through execution.