As the new year begins, communicators begin to set priorities for the coming twelve months. IPR Measurement Commission chief Mark Weiner provides a step-by-step guide to help PR pros to benchmark the previous year and plan for 2020.
With CES beginning today in Las Vegas, we take a look at technology and tech-related issues for PR pros as the year begins.
In this third in a series of Intrado Digital Media-sponsored articles about measurement, we look at the hurdles of measuring media ROI. The first two articles in the series appeared in the November 2019 and December 2019 editions
At nearly 200 years old, Western Union is anything but a stuffy, conservative company, reluctant to change. In an interview with the company’s new communications chief, we discuss how Western Union is raising awareness of its new businesses.
In this first part of a two-part series, Bob Pearson and Ayaz Malik offer a framework for getting a multi-part organization to read from the same script. This initial article provides ways to contextualize strategies, objectives, tactics and measures across marketing and functional teams/disciplines.
In this second of a two-part series, we explore how to protect your reputation on Google. And it’s free. Part I appeared in the December 2019 edition of PRNEWS.
Our crisis and measurement columnist Katie Paine looks at 2019’s worst crises. She also offers lessons learned from what she sees as the year’s top PR crises. The overarching theme is that a “boneheaded” CEO’s approach to crisis can ruin a company’s reputation, trust and financial standing.
[ Editor’s Note: This is one in a series of articles about the history of PR as part of our celebration of PRNEWS’ 75th anniversary. The series is a partnership with the Museum of Public Relations .] Ask
With CES 2020 beginning, we asked our data partner Shareablee to look at the technology influencers who were most active on social media during the past year. Several famous tech names made the list.
It seems basic, but too often communicators ignore an obvious part of good messaging. The audience is key. It will determine whether or not to accept your message. Most of us are so obsessed with what we’re saying that we ignore this. Put yourself in the audience’s shoes. In other words, think about your message from the outside in.