While more companies are investing in social and mobile initiatives, return on these investments remains unclear.
For PR pros, measuring and analyzing the impact of their work on business outcomes is the ultimate way to prove communications’ value, but for many, the cost is simply too high.
In this socially connected world, there’s no such thing as too much transparency—especially on Facebook.
The speakers at the sold-out May 24 event provide 11 Facebook tips for PR pros, just a small sliver of the insights and strategies to be discussed in New York.
With Facebook serving as a common online space for consumers and brands to share, like and interact with content, it’s important for PR pros and marketers to understand how that content is being discovered and disseminated.
When it comes to even a hint of a recall of a children’s product, a delayed statement is like gasoline on a fire.
Being active on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter is now an everyday business activity for small- and medium-size organizations looking to both maintain relationships with existing customers and attract new ones.
The use of video by online media Web sites dramatically rose in the last year, and shows no signs of slowing in 2011.
An increasing number of companies are monitoring the social media use of employees, and, in many cases, taking disciplinary actions despite having no formal policy in place.