Having a lot of "likes" on Facebook should not be mistaken for conveying professional stature or personal success, and it is certainly not an indicator that one is a skilled PR practitioner.
Crisis/reputation management experts weigh in on what PR has learned from the major crises of 2010, and what lessons PR pros can take from those crises and apply this year.
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A compelling visual brand identity targeted at employees instills pride, loyalty and motivation that cannot be achieved with bland, unappealing graphics.
People who heavily use the Internet tend to be active in volunteer organizations—and may be more religious—than people who don’t go online, says a new study.
Using social media for informal learning on the job is acknowledged as valuable by corporate trainers, but security and productivity are ongoing issues, says a study.
PR’s collaboration with outside agencies and groups is key to any successful campaign, and that extends to working with law enforcement when necessary. Here are tips from Levick Strategic Communications on how to best interact with the police.
StrategyOne’s Natasha Fogel—the leader of measurement initiatives for brands like Starbucks and eBay—discusses aligning influencer efforts with business goals and handling negative influencers, among other topics.
Honing your own storytelling skills and journalistic instincts can only strengthen your relationships with time-crunched, resource-challenged reporters.