The responses of Go Daddy and Southwest Airlines to their respective crises couldn’t be more different—one is listening and the other is talking louder. Guess which company gets the better grade?
George Washington University’s Larry Parnell offers up specific examples of companies that carefully match business objectives with CSR goals, resulting in initiatives with lasting value.
Case Study: Ditch the Spritz: PR Moves a Taboo Women’s Topic Into The Pop Culture Realm With Help From Whoopi
Light bladder leakage is an uncomfortable topic to be sure, but Marina Maher Comms and Kimberly-Clark put LBL out front in a successful positioning of the Poise brand.
Just in time for summer, Ayme Zemke of Beehive PR discusses the importance of goal-setting and providing work focused on building PR skills to benefit both interns and the agencies they serve.
Clinton Karr of Lewis PULSE PR discusses the transformational power of social media and stresses that organizations can’t afford to not participate.
With corporate social responsibility rapidly becoming a key part in an organization’s strategy, one thing is for sure: Sustainability programs must be sustained to have real long-term success.
Employers in the digital communications sector report both fewer hiring plans this spring and difficulties in hiring appropriate candidates for open positions, while agencies boast aggressive hiring plans.
Members of the generation born from 1980 onward embrace social media as medium for enacting change, rather than traditional political channels.