It is arguably the Achilles’ heel of business communications: lousy, cliché-ridden copy. There are countless meetings and webinars talking about the importance of crafting PR content as if you are a journalist and avoiding industry jargon. But the song often remains the same.
A&E faces its own Star Trek-style Kobayashi Maru test, as it attempts to manage the media crisis sparked by comments made by “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson in a recent interview with GQ.
Finding your brand’s voice on Twitter requires understanding the expectations of your audience and having a firm grip on your organization’s identity and purpose.
Bad news for Target shoppers this week as it was revealed that hackers might have compromised around 40 million credit and debit card accounts.
The days between Christmas and New Year’s Day are probably the best time of the year for PR pros to regroup, relax and ruminate on what’s in store for the next few months. As many communicators take some time off (and the thermostat heads south) we thought it was a good time to recommend some of the best PR movies.
As Facebook continues to experiment with video distribution, here are some actionable tips you can put to use right now on YouTube.
Nonprofit organizations now have another online marketing vehicle to consider: A new feature from Facebook called Donate, which lets people contribute directly to nonprofits via the social network.
With the recent release of updates to its search algorithm, Google has adjusted PageRank, the fundamental paradigm for determining website visibility.
Privacy as a 20th century relic? It’s starting to look that way. Why managing social media guidelines and online communications is shaping up to be one of the biggest challenges facing PR pros.