The messaging strategy laid out by Clinton’s campaign announcement video is one other brands and organizations prone to criticism can take to heart: Take the focus off of you and put it on those you are trying to reach.
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The updated “quote tweet” feature will offer users a way to get around Twitter’s character limit and share their thoughts in a visually appealing way while providing the context of the original tweet they’re replying to.
In the spirit of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, PR News hosted its own version of March Madness with its Most Overused PR Words & Phrases Tournament.
Is Snapchat right for your brand or organization? Do you have the time and expertise needed to devote to the platform? To help you harness the power of Snapchat, let’s take a look at 10 tips from Maureen McCarty, associate director of digital media at the Human Rights Campaign.
Riff, Facebook’s new collaborative video-making app, could be the solution for brand communicators looking to create a viral sensation.
Whether you’re new to blogging, new to your company or are just refreshing your current strategy, building a dedicated readership and an online library of great content takes time and effort. Of course, the actual writing is where most of the work takes place, and it’s also where people tend to struggle most.
If and when Facebook’s reported deals to host content from major publishers such as The New York Times and National Geographic take full form, mere Facebook fluency isn’t going to cut it for anyone with a future in media relations. Expert-level status is going to be required.