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All Work & No Play? Digital Media Use Survey Puts Web 2.0 to Work

Digital media platforms may define the way people interact in the modern workplace, but how integrated is it in their personal communications repertoires? According to the results of the PR News/Medialink Digital Media Use survey, … | MORE »

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How to Make Your Web sites Media-Friendly

Take t from an experienced reporter/writer/editor, there’s nothing a media person loathes more when scrolling for information on a Web site than disorganization, unneccessary complication (i.e. too many clicks) and clutter. Just a cursory glance … | MORE »

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Greening the Landscape of Modern-Day Businesses

With soaring gas prices, concerns about global warming and the conservation of the Earth’s water and energy supply on the rise, today’s generations are bonding together in an effort to preserve our health and natural … | MORE »

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Closing the Gap With the C-Suite: Digital Times Call for Digital Measures

Like it or not, the media–and business–landscape has changed dramatically in recent hours, weeks, months and years, leaving communications professionals to educate their C- suites as to how to understand new audiences and adjust their … | MORE »

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Social Media Measurement Lags Behind in Rising Tracking Trend

Social media may have already made its way into mainstream communications but, according to the results of the PR News/BurrellesLuce Media Measurement and Analysis Survey, it hasn’t broken through the measurement front–yet. The survey, which … | MORE »

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Lessons from the Year of the Recall: New Best Practices in Crisis Management

The following is an excerpt from the just-published Crisis Communications Desktop Reference from Levick Strategic Communications. Recalls aren’t new and corporations have long had sound management and communications tools to minimize their impact. However, the … | MORE »

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Eight Tips for Pitching Radio

With all the attention paid to online and print, it’s easy to forget another important channel of communication: radio. According to a recent study, an overwhelming majority (95%) of Americans still tune in on a … | MORE »

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Call Off the Funeral: The Press Release is Alive and Well

The press release is certainly not dead as some PR people may have you believe. Yes, it’s been loaded up with jargon. Weighed down with buzzwords. Scrubbed clean of any meaningful executive quotes. But, in … | MORE »

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Focus on One Thing and Do it Transparently

For Nancy Tully, vice president, senior business leader for MasterCard Worldwide/Global Technology & Operations, the challenges of working on Project Math, which stressed the value of math education, were overcome by two best practices that … | MORE »

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Align the Right Company with the Right Cause

MasterCard’s Project Math community relations/philanthropic program that stressed and promoted the value of math education, worked well because all the components fit together nicely. When picking an issue for your company to promote, make sure … | MORE »

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