While dealing with a communications crisis may unpleasant, advance planning, skillful execution and honest evaluation could provide the ultimate PR learning experience.
With CSR becoming a big communications buzzword in the last few years, why shouldn’t climate change become a bigger part of the sustainability mix? Organizations large and small are finding that the rewards in addressing the topic outweigh the risks.
Guess what happens when you pitch a b2b editor without first doing homework on who that editor’s audience might be? Silly question? You’d be surprised how often it happens.
While social media and influencer engagement tactics were woven throughout the day at PR News’ How-To Conference, timeless and essential topics like media relations got their due as well.
One in three women surveyed by TNS and Ogilvy PR say that health info they find online does a better job than their doctor when it comes to keeping their family healthy.
With public trust in corporations such a hot issue these days, the investor relations function must be in sync with both public messaging about corporate social responsibility as well as internal messaging to employees.
Organizations, technology and PR combine to launch text4baby, a mobile health communications initiative.
Preparing for an executive’s speech can be just as nerve-racking for the communicator as it can be for the speaker.
Think of a crisis as a trip—with proper information, planning and execution, the damage to one’s reputation is minimized. A well-executed plan will keep you on track and minimize the possibility of dangers along the way.
In a reputation ranking based on citizenship, governance and workplace practices, J&J was perceived to have the best CSR credentials.