At PR News’ upcoming Measurement Conference in Chicago, Kirstie Foster, director of corporate and brand communications for General Mills, is going to present a case study looking at a new measurement program she just rolled out for brands such as Cheerios, Yoplait and Pillsbury. Historically, there’s been a lack of consistent PR measurement across General […]
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Learning about using Instagram for business from Katie Keating, IBM’s program manager for social brand strategy, is one thing. How about learning from a slightly higher profile master of Instagram such as Taylor Swift?
The Chicago Community Trust tapped the communications expertise at Jasculca Terman Strategic Communications to not only elevate the trust’s visibility as a grant-making organization, but to emphasize the community foundation’s deep commitment to the Chicago area and its residents.
In advance of his presentation at PR News’ Social Media Conference in New York, Joshua Nafman of KIND Snacks discusses his team’s cross-platform social media campaigns.
Without a thorough promotional strategy, your content might as well be locked away in a leather-bound diary.
There is no better storyteller for a company than its employees. Here are some tips for making employees great storytellers on social media.
To help you decide if you should participate in this dawn of live streaming apps, Erika Kauffman of agency 5WPR and a speaker at PR News’ Oct. 5 Social Media Summit in New York, answers three questions that may be on your mind while downloading the Periscope app.
The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience partnered with Copacino+Fujikado to drive attendance to its Bruce Lee exhibit.