In public relations, widespread adoption of social media kicked off a renaissance, providing a new way for brands and organizations to engage directly with their audiences. It also provided communications professionals with an entire field to master.
Stories by Brian Greene
Content marketing has permanently changed the nature and function of public relations. The continuous process of creating and curating content has become the next step in the evolution of PR. Let’s take a look at four ways you can become a better content marketer.
Facebook’s updated community standards reach a new level of transparency, making good on demands for clarification of its policies. While the network says its policies haven’t changed, the new community standards do provide clarity on some difficult topics.
SXSW Interactive returns for its 22nd year to Austin, Texas this week. This year’s festival is sure to offer up plenty of interesting and inspiring content for PR pros, with presentations and panels covering branding and marketing, content and distribution, the future of tech and emerging workforce trends.
New social and digital trends have done away with traditional models and fundamentally changed the way PR interacts with the media and the public. Cision’s “The State of the Media 2015 Report” examines traditional and social media in 2014 as well as the rise of mobile, video and new media entrepreneurs.
To help integrate social data into your measurement strategy, here are 6 tips PR professionals should keep in mind.
Getting your press release noticed is more difficult than ever. If you’re finding that you’re not getting enough bites that turn into coverage, it may be time revisit your overall strategy. With that in mind, here are 10 tips for refining your press releases.
How can your brand or organization get a piece of the action on Instagram, the world’s fastest growing social network? On Wednesday, the company announced the introduction of “carousel ads,” which expand on the network’s sponsored posts.
A representative for the Atlanta-based company confirmed Sunday that Powerade will no longer include brominated vegetable oil (BVO), which the Food and Drug Administration describes as a stabilizer for flavoring oils in fruit-flavored drinks.