At the Council of Public Relations Firms’ 2012 Critical Issues Forum, thought leaders discussed the importance of integrating brand and reputation.
For the first time, Pinterest cracked the Top 50 most-viewed sites list, giving pause to PR pros who may be thinking about decreasing their efforts on the visual social platform.
The "big" announcement from Donald Trump about President Obama succeeded on one important level—it got serious media attention.
Facing an FDA investigation into the safety of its energy drink, plus a lawsuit involving the death of a 14-year-old girl, Monster Beverage defends its reputation by circling the wagons.
Your organization already has a foundation of content that can be developed for visual storytelling—you just have to know what to look for and unleash your creativity.
CommCore Consulting CEO Andy Gilman and communications coach Karen Friedman both gave Obama the edge during the final presidential debate.
While it’s great to know how to use Twitter to engage with reporters, don’t forget about tried-and-true strategies than work in any situation.
Discussing politics with your "friends" online may be a no-no, but there are ways organizations can still effectively engage consumers on social media.
The photo-sharing network has created a solution that makes it more integrated with Twitter.
Trying to game Yelp’s review system or paying for fake reviews will now earn a company a label that identifies them as cheaters.