Here’s a quick quiz by the Access Communications staff that will keep you on your media relations toes.
Image Patrol: Target Is Anything But On, While PG&E Connects With Post-Explosion Relief Fund and Twitter Outreach
For Target, saying sorry for a donation to an anti-gay politician simply wasn’t enough; PG&E, however, did enough and more after its gas line explosion in the Bay Area.
New trends in the digital space may require organizations to upgrade or completely overhaul their Web sites; yet making wholesale changes could prove to be difficult and expensive.
The convergence of PR, advertising and digital tactics offers storytelling-savvy PR pros an opportunity to take the reins of content creation and management.
All too frequently, organizations are jumping into social media marketing before they are crystal clear about their core target audience or their brand—or about the emotional connection they want to make.
PR News quizzes three agency leaders about the economy’s effect on their business, and finds that clients are looking closely at social media—and at costs.
Empowerment, responsibility and protection are key hallmarks of strong social media guidelines, say the experts. But there’s a fine line between setting hard policies and applying looser guidelines.
Dana Perino is set to teach a public affairs master class at George Washington University—with a little help from her friends.
Case Study: Credit Card Payments Company ‘Runs to the Light’ as Security Breach Puts Reputation and Profits in Jeopardy
Heartland Payment Systems’ willingness to be quick and transparent pays reputation dividends.