While 84 of the top 100 brands have a corporate Facebook page, interaction with fans lags, with a full third of the brands not actively responding to fans’ posts and comments.
Use of Facebook on mobile devices is up 121% compared to last year, according to comScore.
Companies that have more female directors performed better during the financial crisis, according to a new study by Eversheds.
The amount of online chatter about gas prices has remained consistent despite the political protests in the Middle East, according to WiseWindow data exclusive to PR News.
Quick Study: Hoop Fans Add Social to Madness: Smaller Boards Equal Better Biz; Bad News Travels Fast; Mobile Keeps GrowingMarch 14th, 2011 by PR News
â–¶ March Madness Turns Social: Nearly one in four online American adults (23%) revealed that they will be using some form of social media to follow this year’s men’s NCAA Tournament, says new research from… Continued
While advertising may give PR high marks on its social media prowess, there’s still plenty of digital work to keep both worlds busy, so collaboration between the two is critical, say experts.
Formulating clear, concise PR objectives may sound easy, but there are stakeholder, research and measurement barriers to navigate along the way.
Top brands remain cautious about soliciting audience engagement on Facebook, while smaller companies can’t resist the low cost of marketing on the social network.