GIFs were introduced by CompuServe way back in 1987, and as Internet connection speeds have improved over the years the image format has gained widespread popularity as a portable way to share animations on the web. | MORE »
Here’s how one nonprofit organization was able to take advantage of a media placement on a popular national television show to connect with new audiences. | MORE »
Facebook is making another attempt at the instantaneous and disappearing photo application space. It’s called Slingshot, and the social media giant is formally launching the app this week. | MORE »
Sure, creating killer content is essential for communicators looking to boost their brand’s awareness via Google. But there are nuances for how to shape the content so it caters to Google’s algorithm and generates better rankings. | MORE »
At PR News’ Social Media Summit on June 3, 2014 in New York City, a panel of speakers from Critical Mention, inPowered, Launch.It, Business Wire and Cision discussed the state of social media and how … | MORE »
On Thursday, Facebook announced that it will expand its data collection and make it more transparent. | MORE »
A recent joint statement released by public relations agencies and Wikipedia volunteers may pave the way for an improved Wikipedia-PR relationship. | MORE »
YouTube will be making some key changes on June 16 that could affect your channel’s subscriber count. Here is what it means to you. | MORE »
Depending on how the games unfold there may be a direct or even circuitous way for companies to affiliate themselves with the World Cup.
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Score one for analog? Sure, social media is all the rage right now among companies of all stripes. But print media was cited as the second most trusted media source, according to a recent study conducted by PR News and Cision, right behind traditional media venues online.
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