Two companies licensed by Twitter will soon be offering data mined from old tweets to paying clients—a boon for brands and, perhaps, a threat as well.
Now that Facebook has officially launched Timeline for brands, PR pros must answer this question: What is our brand’s story, and how do we want to tell it visually?
After an accident stopped the Daytona 500 for two hours, Brad Keselowski went where no race car driver has gone before—tweeting during the race.
While the Costa Allegra is being towed slowly to Seychelles, Costa Cruises continues to leave out one of the five W’s: Why?
By accidentally revealing a media list of 380 people, attorney Gloria Allred did little to dispel a gnawing reputation issue.
With 3 million people having texted or tweeted their votes in to help decide the slam-dunk contest, the NBA must now focus on keeping and engaging its ever-expanding international social audience.
Brands like JCPenney and Hyundai are taking to social media to spread the word about their ads for the Oscars telecast, and will be engaging during the awards ceremony as well.
Facebook’s upcoming launch of Timeline for brands is a hot topic among communications pros, whose questions are on the verge of finally being answered.
To build awareness of his new movie, the writer and actor has pulled off a successful Oscars-related PR stunt that, so far, exists in the imagination only.
While Pinsanity is on the ascendant for communicators and brands, the ability of users to copy and post content from other sites has some crying foul.