As the public’s anger builds over the Gulf oil spill disaster, just who gets the blame and what should the government and BP be focusing on from a PR standpoint?
With social media outreach booming, it’s fairly easy to attract the public’s attention to an issue or cause—but it’s what you do to engage that passionate group into action that really counts.
Deveney, appearing at PR News’ Media Relations Next Practices Forum on June 17 in Washington D.C., says that the ability to deal with the new realities of media relations is critical to the success of PR pros.
Packing your press releases with anchor text, links, metadata and more can significantly increase their shelf life while reaching a wider audience.
Making "green" a priority with employees is no easy task, but touting the benefits of green and rewarding success are a good start.
CaseStudy: Digital Media Destination and Internal Environmental Experts Boost Office Depot’s Green Initiative
Office supply chain looks to raise awareness of its "Buy green, be green and sell green" among the media and other stakeholders.
Communicators looking to engage with young consumers should target “teen influencers” who are highly active on social networks, according to a MyYearbook and Ketchum study.
Woodall and her PR team at 1-800-FLOWERS.COM are prepared for handling customer-facing crises, but it’s the ones that could happen overnight and become viral in an instant that have her concerned.
The massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill is no game, but the oil industry could help salvage its battered reputation by making a socially responsible game of it.
Case Study: Agency Recasts Water Bottle Maker’s Tainted Reputation With Refreshing Splash of Environmental Stewardship
PR agency Cercone Brown’s "Least Wasteful Cities" campaign helped successfully turn a negative rep into a positive one for sports water bottle maker Nalgene.