While PR executives in the tech sector have attended CES for years, the increasing ubiquity of high technology throughout multiple markets—not to mention how to wed a message to wearable technology—means that non-tech PR execs should consider attending CES.
Google now includes links to brands’ non-Google+ social network accounts in Knowledge panels. But it’s not automatic.
Crafting great digital content is only half the battle. You also have to make sure that people who may be looking for your content can find it, and the best way to do that is through SEO.
The College Football Playoff National Championship game set social media off, with hashtags #NationalChampions and #OREvsOSU dominating through the night and into this morning. Celebrities and athletes from all over used social media to express their support for their favorite team. Of course, brands got involved as well.
While some PR practitioners now complain that Facebook is an aging, increasingly pay-to-play platform, new Pew Research shows that daily engagement is on the rise.
Video is probably the best way to catch and keep an online audience’s attention. In the coming weeks, Twitter is making a move to boost video—and the high engagement associated with it—by allowing users to shoot, edit and post videos directly within its platform.
What trends should PR pros keep a close eye on at this year’s CES? How will they affect the industry? Let’s take a look at five things to watch at CES 2015 for professional communicators.