Our author argues that several recent polls hand Supreme Court defenders unexpected data that could become the foundation of a counter-narrative campaign. Here, he outlines PR principles that could help turn the tables.
Stories by Dustin Siggins
It’s never easy to announce that your company is leaving a huge market, or that you are making that decision “to improve the company’s financial strength.” State Farm’s communications team deserves credit for limiting brand damage by choosing a simple, straightforward statement that said and did all of the right things.
Like anything else, silence is the right solution under the right circumstances. Our contributor discusses recent events and shares when it’s the right time to remain quiet.
Speaking executives’ language is a huge step toward building a successful long-term relationship. But now comes the hard part: continually engaging executives so they will trust the process will lead to achieving top-line goals six, 12 or even 18 months from now. Thus, it is imperative to set expectations that executives will understand.
While PR firms can’t be expected to thoroughly audit every prospect, there are lessons we can take from FTX’s collapse to act ethically, protect our reputations, and work with the best clients.
When a company does right by customers for years, it builds a large trust bank. That reputation reserve can help during difficult times.
On Sunday morning, July 3, a lifeguard participating in a training exercise at Smith Point beach, a park and swimming area off the Long Island, NY, coast received the shock of his life. A shark… Continued
Gannett urged its 250 local newspapers to halt national-related op-eds in favor of regional expertise. Here’s how local pitches can work.
Last Friday (May 20), Georgia governor Brian Kemp offered a master class in turning partnerships into a multi-tiered PR success. Alongside Hyundai Motor Group executives, Kemp announced the company will open a $5.5 billion electric… Continued