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Tip Sheet: Turning Corporate Responsibility Into Brand Opps

Don’t just think of corporate social responsibility as strategic philanthropy; make it an integral part of your brand and product stories. | MORE »

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Twitter Watch: Did a Mea Culpa by Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Turn Negative Customer Vibes Positive?

After Netflix’s service change announcement in July, the company’s stock, customer base and sentiment on Twitter all took major hits. Two months later, CEO Reed Hastings’ public apology earned little positive uptick, but less negative chatter. | MORE »

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Tip Sheet: Turning Corporate Responsibility Into Brand Opps

Don’t just think of corporate social responsibility as strategic philanthropy; make it an integral part of your brand and product stories. | MORE »

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Twitter Watch: Did a Mea Culpa by Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Turn Negative Customer Vibes Positive?

After Netflix’s service change announcement in July, the company’s stock, customer base and sentiment on Twitter all took major hits. Two months later, CEO Reed Hastings’ public apology earned little positive uptick, but less negative chatter. | MORE »

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CaseStudy: Hyperactive Story Mining and Aggressive Media Relations Drive General Motors’ Brand Resurgence

Compelling stories collected internally and a revved-up online media hub have helped GM change perceptions after its government bailout in 2009. | MORE »

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News Orgs Seen as Biased and Inaccurate

The public’s opinion of news organizations has reached a 21-year low thanks to perceptions of inaccuracy, biased reporting and the influence of powerful people and organizations. | MORE »

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CaseStudy: Hyperactive Story Mining and Aggressive Media Relations Drive General Motors’ Brand Resurgence

Compelling stories collected internally and a revved-up online media hub have helped GM change perceptions after its government bailout in 2009. | MORE »

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Supermarkets and Computer Companies Tops in Public Perception

The public’s take on some of the nation’s largest industries has drastically changed since 2009,

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with the auto and airline industries experiencing the two greatest swings. | MORE »

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Quick Study: Supermarkets and Computer Companies Tops in Public Perception; News Orgs Seen as Biased and Inaccurate

â–¶ Perceptions Matter—Auto Industry’s Rep Goes Up, Airlines Lose Altitude: A public perception study by Harris Poll that asks the public how it perceives 22 of the nation’s largest industries shows big changes since 2009, … | MORE »

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Quick Study: Supermarkets and Computer Companies Tops in Public Perception; News Orgs Seen as Biased and Inaccurate

â–¶ Perceptions Matter—Auto Industry’s Rep Goes Up, Airlines Lose Altitude: A public perception study by Harris Poll that asks the public how it perceives 22 of the nation’s largest industries shows big changes since 2009, … | MORE »

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