As social messaging matures and communicators get a better handle on aligning social platforms to their company’s financial goals, PR managers are increasingly adding a new wrinkle to their social media programs: E-commerce.
In the last few years, social media has quickly moved to the core of marketing communications. As a result, PR executives of all stripes are jockeying to take the lead on social channels. Now it appears as if they’re making some progress.
Knowing exactly how much growth is occurring in social media and, more important, what that growth means is an important part of professional communications.
Ginger Zee, chief meteorologist for ABC News’ “Good Morning America,” reveals the finalists of PR News’ Platinum PR Awards. Zee will emcee the awards luncheon on Sept. 16.
Levi Strauss CCO Kelly McGinnis spoke with PR News about the importance of blogging for the 161-year old clothing brand.
Vice President Biden and top Democrats conceived a simple strategy to get people thinking about health insurance on Thursday, posting pictures of their younger selves on Twitter with the hashtag #tbt.
“Sharknado 2: The Second One,” which premieres tonight on the Syfy channel, will offer PR pros a healthy dose of camp—and maybe even some inspiration for how brands limited by budget and/or reach can distinguish themselves from their competitors.
Coca-Cola announced an effort to start conversations about its brand this week, introducing its Tweet A Coke program which invites Twitter users to send $5 Cokes to friends via the micromessaging service.