Why communicators who are launching green initiatives need to address the needs of multiple stakeholders.
American Water overhaults its brand thanks to an organized measurement and research program.
How more PR execs are leveraging Web 2.0 technologies to streamline their own strategies and operational responsibilities.
In the wake of 2009’s economic turbulence, management teams are tentatively preparing for the slow rebound that many thought 2010 would promise. Now, just over a month into the new year, these C-level executives are …
As a sponsor of landmark restaurant menu-labeling legislation (Senate Bill 1420), the California Center for Public Health Advocacy (CCPHA) enlisted the services of Bay Area-based Brown-Miller Communications to increase public understanding of and support for the nation’s first statewide menu-labeling law.
A small agency feels the economic pinch and adopts a "distributed" organizational model, wherein employees work from various locations rather than in a central office. The result: cost savings and improved client service. This model, however, is not without its drawbacks.
In addition to a case study, the following offers a step-by-step approach to how you can measure your media efforts.
Believe it or not, social media can be measured. The following outlines a program that can help marketers measure Web 2.0 in a way that’s even better than measuring Web 1.0.
As social media comes of age in 2010, so will the legal issues that surround it in terms of what constitutes an endorsement on a blog or by other "word-of-mouth" marketers. Following are several steps organizations should take to protect themselves from social media litigation.
Lawsuits come in all shapes and sizes. Those that become “business killers” are in a category by themselves and have increased in frequency in this last recession, especially securities cases. This provides unique opportunities for PR executives. But it also requires us to see the strategic issues in broader terms, and thus beyond the tactical mechanics of “message.”