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Stories by Sophie Maerowitz
When it comes to deploying artificial intelligence (AI) in PR, the debate continues. Most agree that PR teams managing massive amounts of data should invest in machine-learning technology and AI experts. But not all experts think it’s necessary for smaller teams.
In a typical year, communication professionals might contend with a flood of out-of-office responses as they pitch. But this year’s challenges may give some pitchers pause.
While public notices around dangerous weather conditions were once solely the realm of local governments and first responders, just about every type of organization now needs a climate-focused crisis plan in place. Here are some pitfalls and best practices.
Does your company have a process to shift gears quickly on its web site when a crisis hits? If not, during a grave incident or crisis your site might continue doing business as usual, loaded with upbeat content and imagery.
Kathy Hochul’s challenge is one not unfamiliar to many communicators: signaling what kind of leader she will be following a rocky executive transition.
After a beloved staple of New York City wildlife was killed, online responses ranged from grief to outright ire at the Central Park Conservancy for not taking responsibility. Emotional tone and accountability are key in moments like these, as PR pros know.
As the U.S. struggles to fully vaccinate young Americans, communicators and influencers shed light on best practices for combating misinformation and promoting the shot to young people.
To shed some light on how PR pros can successfully promote cultural change inside and outside of their organizations, we gathered some of this year’s Top Women in PR together in a virtual roundtable to share their recent efforts and best practices.
CompTIA’s Kelly Stone offers a sneak peek of her LinkedIn session at Social Shake-Up 2021.