Companies Get Religion On Big Data and The Dollars Start to Flow; Brands Beware of the Conscious Consumer
PR News Quick Study: Brands are quickly adopting big data. More and more consumers are educating themselves on what they purchase.
Carmichael Lynch Spong recently fielded proprietary research to answer the question, “How are women emerging from the Great Recession?” We found that women, after dealing with the implications of the
A Crisis Of Confidence Chips Away at Global Companies; PR Agencies Growing Annual Revenue at a Healthy Clip
Just 32% of business executives believe their organizations possess the right strategy to achieve outlined goals, according to a recent survey released by Harvard Business Publishing.
September 22 marks the official start of the fall season. Here’s a sampling from some of the PR issues we covered this summer that are sure to become more pronounced this fall and in 2014.
Studies have portrayed Millennials as confident and tolerant, but also narcissistic and having a feeling of entitlement.
This summer The New Yorker started to experiment with sponsored content, or what is commonly referred to as native advertising; The magazine’s website, for example, now includes a native ad from IBM
No matter how much you love your job, everyone has had taxing moments at work. Here’s a handy list of methods to soothe your anxiety when the tasks at hand become overwhelming.
Digital Marketing a Mixed Bag Across Many Industries; Brands Lack Confidence in Multichannel Marketing ROI
A recent Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) report on digital marketing preference has one overriding conclusion: Consumers want different things from brands in different industries.
Lava lamps are enduring, adaptive and eternally groovy. We took a long look at the lamp’s half-century lifespan and derived the following three lessons for PR professionals.