Brand Management at P&G now covers four functions, including communications (the term “public relations” no longer exists at the company). It’s not a sure thing but as goes Procter & Gamble so go many other companies, particularly in consumer markets. | MORE »
In PR, it’s not the writing that seems to matter. It’s the tagging and linking that triggers shares, followers, retweets, etc. Soon, journalism schools will dedicate entire classes on writing hashtags.
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Social Media 20/20 Summit keynote speaker Brian Solis says that PR pros and marketers need to become “experience architects” and not be bound by their previous roles. | MORE »
This piece makes the case for why PR professionals need to leverage visual media and encourage clients to tell brand stories with arresting images. | MORE »
Wondering how to fashion a loyal follower base on social media? Here are some tips from the PR pros of the PR News community. | MORE »
Choosing which social media platforms to use for your brand can be a daunting task, and it’s an important one. | MORE »
It’s dunzo for Crumbs. The cupcake company on Monday said that it was shuttering all its stores and filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation. Could a different PR strategy have saved the bakery company?
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Given that unpaid reach on Facebook is now down to 1% or less, you’re very unlikely to overwhelm your fans with your brand’s content. | MORE »
Audience engagement is tricky. Here are a few guidelines to successfully integrate your message across platforms and engage you audience along the way. | MORE »
Vine’s loop count may attract more marketers to the platform. The metric is easily understood, bearing similarities to other view metrics that organizations already put money against, and it could give organizations who want to try the service out a better idea of their potential reach. | MORE »