The explosion of social media can be a boon to sports public relations. After all, the role of a sports PR professional is to feed the public’s hunger for news and player information, and tools …
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Content is king, as the not-so-old adage goes. If that’s true (and let’s assume it is), then search engines are the higher beings to which these kings’ power is ascribed. It’s an apt metaphor when you consider that search engines determine which online content is seen by audiences, and which content is resigned to languish on the second page of search results.
Forget the economy–companies nationwide are increasing their CSR efforts across the board, according to a new study.
Forget the hype! Traditional news is still alive and well as a source of news, despite the digital onslaught.
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An provocative new study buttresses claims that green is better.
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Financial advisers, insurers, automobile companies, Major League Baseball, government officials, educational institutions—the list of tarnished icons and leaders goes on and on. Regardless of their size or type, their shame spills over on to every …