Beth Monaghan, principal and co-founder of agency InkHouse, and a presenter at PR News’ Aug. 15 webinar, “How to Write Effective Press Releases That Serve Your Brand & the Media,” offers three approaches to ledes you should consider.
The 40th anniversary of Philippe Petit’s high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center sparked some a few thoughts on how PR pros can maintain a work-life balance.
The Yelp lawsuit points to a major issue for companies that make use of online recommendations and endorsements, as consumers may start to fight back. Before you incur a multi-million dollar class action lawsuit, here are some tips for cleaning up your endorsement policy.
The potential for data vulnerability exploitation has created a situation where communicators must prepare for the looming threat of a data security crisis.
Nonprofits may not have the fiduciary responsibilities of for-profit companies. But when it comes to enhancing the visibility of the organization, communicators for nonprofits play just as big a role as their brethren on the for-profit side.
Apologies are a delicate art. Of course, a lot depends on the blowback from the public about what was done or said, and the severity of the crisis.
According to the Guardian, major PR firms have agreed that they will not represent clients who deny man-made climate change or take campaigns seeking to block regulations limiting carbon pollution. But it’s not that cut and dry.
Generating earned media is hardly a given, and PR pros are constantly on the hook to find other ways to get fannies in the proverbial seats.