For organizations that are willing to take the risk, multicultural PR outreach shows great potential for fruitful returns—just do the research first.
More and more B2B organizations are turning to game technology to build skills, knowledge and drive customer and/or employee participation.
Research shows that when it comes to communicating products and company initiatives, customers respect in-the-trenches employees the most—so get them involved with customers.
Case Study: After the BP Oil Spill, a Single Voice Helps Inform Public That the State of Louisiana Is Open for BusinessSeptember 19th, 2011 by PR News
After an oil disaster, how do you alter the public’s perception that your state is unfit to visit? For starters, Deveney Communication and the Lousiana Office of Tourism rallied more than 1,100 tourism-related partners to get the positive word out.
Case Study: Hot Spots App Tells SXSW Scenesters Where the Action Is and Proves PR Can Drive Mobile DevelopmentSeptember 12th, 2011 by PR News
For the 2011 SXSW event, Waggener Edstrom’s WE Studio D digital group designed and launched a mobile application to generate awareness for the agency’s forward-thinking mobile PR capabilities.
APCO Worldwide’s David Wescott evaluates the the success of Toyota’s and Honda’s 2012 social media campaigns based on six factors that help determine what makes a company successful in social media and worth supporting.
Infographics, which use rich data to form a captivating piece of visual communication, haven taken the PR world by storm lately. Two infographics experts provide steps for visually engaging readers through compelling data and graphics.
Child’s Play Communications president Stephanie Azzarone discusses what it means for moms to serve as brand ambassadors in the maturing space of blogs and social media.
Case Study: Real Estate B2B Breaks Ground for Mobile App With Internal Team Before Digging in With Industry MediaAugust 29th, 2011 by PR News
While mobile apps are developed primarily for the B2C space, a professional services B2B has thought outside the box, developing and promoting an app of its own—with great results.
Looking to engineer a grassroots campaign? Here are three proven strategies from the political comms front that you can use.