Archive: September 2017

Triumph of the Words: ‘Rocket Man’ Message Hits Global Targets

September 20th, 2017 by

“Video, video, all is video,” seems to be the mantra of communicators today. And how many times have you heard a variation of this recently, “If a picture is worth a thousand words, aren’t videos worth a lot more”? And this one: “Nobody reads anymore, they’re all watching videos, so tell your brand’s stories with… Continued

Is Integrated Communications the Holy Grail or Just Cheap Talk?

September 17th, 2017 by

Growing up, most of us were encouraged by our parents and teachers to play well in the sandbox, to share our toys and pay attention in class. Fast forward to now, and imagine your boss telling you to do the same. It would feel patronizing, right? Truth is, we could benefit from those childhood reminders.… Continued

To Celebrate Ethics Month, We Bring You ‘Reputation Launderer’ Bell Pottinger From Across the Pond

September 13th, 2017 by

Chances are we wouldn’t be writing this post had the story of British PR firm Bell Pottinger’s demise yesterday remained a story limited to two continents, Europe and Africa. Unfortunately for the reputation of the PR discipline here and abroad, Bell Pottinger was well known, which helped spread the story. The Bell in Bell Pottinger… Continued

Airlines Get the Message Out About Capped Pricing and Cancellation Fees as Irma Approaches Florida

September 7th, 2017 by

As of 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 7, Miami Mayor Carlos Gimenez had expanded mandatory evacuation orders for all residents of Zones A, B and C in advance of Hurricane Irma’s landfall in the area, which is expected in a couple of days. This will only intensify an exodus that was already in motion. Brands have… Continued