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.
In this roundtable, B2B communications pros predict quality content, strategic social media outreach and intimate events will continue to have impact throughout 2011.
Case Study: Media Coaching Turns Law Firm Lobbyist Into a Press Sensation, Just in Time for the Midterm ElectionsMay 9th, 2011 by PR News
Known for her Republican contacts on Capitol Hill but not well-known among the Beltway press, Holland & Knight’s Kathryn Lehman underwent a media makeover to get ready for prime time.
Quick Study: Google’s Rep the Best; Social Media Monitoring Rises; Video Explodes on Media Sites; Small Biz Big SociallyMay 9th, 2011 by PR News
â–¶ Corporate Reputation On the Rise: The 2011 Harris Interactive Reputation Quotient (RQ) Study shows that despite scandals, recalls and economic crises, public perception of corporate America has improved. Sixteen companies achieved an RQ score… Continued
It’s a fact that as your social media programs develop, you’ll be spending more and more time on them. Here three PR pros give some time-saving tips for social media activities.
With more than 100 million members and an IPO that values the company at more than $4 billion, LinkedIn has become a popular outlet for driving brand awareness that deserves more attention from PR pros.
PR News’ Nonprofit PR Council members weigh in on their most pressing challenges, including managing resources for social media outreach and, especially, measuring the results of their communications efforts.