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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The White House isn’t the only organization looking to use Tumblr to get its message out to this age group. Still, Tumblr is a difficult medium to break into, as it has its own distinctive style and set of user interactions. | MORE »
One of the inherent strengths among PR professionals is writing. Nothing like, good, clean copy, in which the message is crystalline and jargon-free. But we all succumb to clichés, particularly when it comes to how to describe the PR industry.
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In 2012, the donations for the Christmas Program were down significantly from previous years. So in November 2012, Nancy Marshall Communications (NMC) worked with the nonprofit to help with the marketing and PR efforts for its Christmas Program. | MORE »
You’re researching your competitors’ videos on YouTube so you can optimize your own videos better for search, right? Of course you are. | MORE »
For all it’s popularity and usefulness, Instagram’s in-app photo editing features leave a lot to be desired among professionals, especially those who count themselves among the artistic set. | MORE »
Reddit’s audience is notoriously tough, especially if it perceives disingenuousness on the part of someone posting on the site. Nowhere is that more evident than with the platform’s popular Ask Me Anything (AMA) section. | MORE »