In a serendipitous moment for Twitter, the microblogging site announced two new features—group direct messages and native video sharing—on Tuesday as Facebook and Instagram fended off reports that hackers had infiltrated their systems after their services were knocked offline for parts of Monday night.
It’s tempting, of course, but staying at home due to a severe storm isn’t an excuse to binge watch “True Detective” on HBO or curl up with some guilty pleasure. It’s pretty much a normal workday, but with a bit of a spin on what you get accomplished.
Find “owned” content that lends itself to visual storytelling. Slice and dice the content and package it with social channels using online photos, video and other forms of digital communication.
You’ve likely heard of the debut earlier this month of Facebook At Work (FB@Work), a new player in the expanding field of enterprise social networks (ESNs). Essentially Facebook for brands, companies and organizations, the tool’s most important impact for PR pros could be that it will spark new ideas about enhancing internal communications and employee relations.
This clever infographic breaks down how people spent their minutes on the Internet in 2014 vs. 2013. Take a look to see which platforms are on the rise.
A picture is worth a thousand words, we’re told. So what’s the return for lush, well-crafted video programming that helps get your message out? Brands and organizations of all stripes are starting to ramp up… Continued
On Tuesday, Facebook announced an effort to clamp down on “hoaxes” and fake news stories, which are known to spread rapidly through the network’s more than 1 billion users. What does this mean for PR and communications professionals?
As keynote speaker at PR News’ Feb. 11 Google Conference, Sean Gardner will share practical tips on how he builds his social presence and discuss why focusing on yourself and your own message can be self-defeating.