The Path to Purchase (Increasingly) Starts With Mobile; Employee Relations A Tonic For Workplace Misconduct?
Mobile users reach for their devices early and often to find local information. Companies often find themselves focusing more on external communications to maintain a favorable public image.
Gibbs & Soell examined attitudes among 469 parents (including fathers) of children under 18 about their attitudes toward their roles as nurturers and household managers.
Social Media and Mobile Video Equal More Web Sharing; Death of Newspapers Greatly Exaggerated (For a Change)
Respondents discover videos via social media sharing on their mobile device. Newspaper content is still in demand.
Innovation Sounds Great (Until You Have to Pay For It); And Yet Another Sign That the Post-PC Era is Upon Us
Despite the growing importance of innovation, line extensions continue to take precedence over product development. Tablets go mainstream.
Consumers Will Pay a Premium For a Brand “Experience”; Bucking a Trend, Gen-Yers Focus More On Their Savings
Consumers will pay more for a product if the brand offers an interactive experience. Gen-Yers say they plan to increase their savings over the next year.
Communicators still need to be adroit in two of the profession’s main pillars: media relations and written communication.