Andrew Mason’s letter to the Groupon workforce is a prime example of transparent communications.
For communicators who need affirmation that the work they and their executive-management team are doing on social media, we found a fascinating infographic that tells an important story.The chart, from TopManagementDegrees, plots out the most …
LinkedIn, now 10 years old but still unheralded in the annals of social networking, continues to provide solid value as a communications vehicle.
Steve Rubel, Edelman’s new chief content strategist, insists that PR departments need to adopt a ‘real-time’ newsroom mentality.
We took a poll about whether PR departments are prepared for a potential hacking of their Twitter account and the inquiry draws a collective shrug.
Ultimatum by Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer raises some intriguing questions about Yahoo’s PR—and the workplace.
Medical industry deploys a questionable PR strategy (or lack thereof) to Time cover story indicting the U.S. healthcare system.
The Oscars provide an unintended lesson for PR execs to keep their awards programs (relatively) short and sweet.
Despite operating in a highly regulated industry the onus is on public relations execs to develop a social-media presence.