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.
Many brands have an army of subject matter experts ready to wax eloquent on the topics they deal with every day. What’s critical, however, is the way in which the topics are discussed, how the story is both conceived and told.
While the process of changing its name from World Land Trust-US to Rainforest Trust started last year, the idea of the name change had been knocking around the nonprofit since 2010.
When it comes to social media, it is doesn’t matter if your client is ready. The media is ready, and they are waiting.
Brands and organizations of all stripes are scrambling to boost their appeal to millennials, or people born in the early 1980s to the early 2000s. Now Target is getting into the act.