As the primary storytellers in your organization, it would make sense that PR executives would own the strategy and the budget for their company’s content marketing initiatives. Why, then, is that so rarely the case?
If brands and organizations want to get their messages in front of millennials they’re going to have to ramp up their mobile communications and cater their conversations to the small screen.
There is no one-size-fits-all formula for effective email communication with the media. But that’s not to say that there aren’t ways to give yourself a good shot at landing the coverage you’re looking for.
Your content in a public presentation or speech can be just good enough, but your style has to be great if you want to make a powerful impact.
Lockheed Martin’s recent announcement of compact nuclear fusion development invites interested investors and partners to help fund the project and attempts to change the way the company is perceived by the public.
The value of a PR program can really only be proven through measurement. Here are some key questions you should ask before setting out on a measurement program.
Many of today’s communication firms are moving to include content creation and marketing because they realize content distribution is driving results.