Forty-three percent of emails are read on a mobile device, according to email analytics company, Litmus. If you haven’t already been writing with mobile in mind, it’s time to start because that percentage is only going to grow, and probably faster than we care to think.
Gibbs & Soell examined attitudes among 469 parents (including fathers) of children under 18 about their attitudes toward their roles as nurturers and household managers.
Despite being around for only five months, Vine is already beating Instagram on Twitter. According to Topsy Analytics, the 6-second stop motion video app’s 2.86 million shares on Twitter beat out the social photo sharing service’s 2.17 million.
When you see an email address that includes “AOL.com,” what do you think? Chances are, the terms that come to mind are “not a Web native,” or “not savvy,” or even, sadly, “old.”
A knock on the PR profession is that too many marketing communications agencies still don’t know how to manage their agency like a business.
We asked our readers what to do the instant a PR emergency hits. See what they had to say.
“firstname.lastname@example.org” is not an email address to a journalist—it’s a red flag.