PR News tracks the media relations efforts that moved the Tim Tebow/Jockey International sponsorship deal story from beginning to end.
Rather than CSR and sustainability as stand-alone issues with solely external drivers, consider the rising expectations that stakeholders and customers have of today’s businesses.
Case Study: PR Drives Top-Tier Media Coverage and High Public Awareness of Ford’s Theatre Renovation
The renovation of Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C., offered theater management a unique opportunity to reposition the historic landmark as something more than just the place where Abraham Lincoln got shot.
Sustainable Life Media’s 2010 Sustainable Brands conference in June brought together design communities, brand marketing professionals and sustainability experts to discuss innovation and the steps towards real sustainable brands. These are brands that achieve positive …
Open and click rates for marketing emails have continued to drop worldwide. Publishers have taken some innovative measures to slow, and in some cases even reverse, this decline.
If done correctly, brands can use active listening online to identify relevant audiences and understand the best approaches to reach them.
Case Study: Tax Giant Gets Personal Online by Turning Outdated Blog Site Into a Tax Q&A Juggernaut—Generating Big Return
H&R Block forged a more personal relationship with clients through a revamped Web site that provides year-round answers from tax preparation specialists.
The single most common mistake that PR practioners make in media relations efforts is failing to research the audience of the media outlet they are trying to pitch.
Media training guru Andy Gilman reveals how he would prepare Mad Men’s Draper for his next interview with The Wall Street Journal.
Robert Dudley has a once-in-a-career chance to be a hero. As the new CEO of BP, he must take the reins of what to date has been not only an ecological and economic disaster, but a near-complete collapse in reputation, goodwill and basic belief in the competence of its people.