While financial PR pros still face an uphill battle in rebuilding their organizations’ reputations, the crisis mode is largely over, replaced by new, more effective messaging.
Twitter, Facebook and blogs are key elements in the modern journalist’s repertoire for sourcing new story angles and connecting with PR pros.
The media cannot stop obsessing over director Terrence Malick, whose The Tree of Life won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, and it’s not just because his movies are bewitching.
PR’s social media leaders to gather in San Francisco on Aug. 9 to discuss the latest and most-proven strategies for PR practitioners to make the most out of their Facebook efforts.
Facebook’s attempt to plant stories about Google should prompt creative thinking about more ethical ways to confront competition.
It’s critical for PR pros and marketers to understand how to identify people who have the highest amount of influence over others in their target market.
A rebranding initiative isn’t complete without an internal style guide that reflects the organization’s changed messaging and culture, plus employees’ specific needs and skills.
Nonprofit organizations should consider a corporate partnership more than just a revenue source, instead developing a long-term relationship with mutually beneficial objectives.
While more companies are investing in social and mobile initiatives, return on these investments remains unclear.