Communicators are being tempted by the latest hot social network, but it comes down to the same old questions: How does it fit in with your overall strategy, and what’s your goal?
A study shows that a majority communications pros aren’t enabling their newsletters for social sharing, nor are they following up with customers for further engagement.
Taco Bell’s got a clear-cut messaging assignment: convincing customers that its food is safe to eat after Food Safety News identified the fast food chain as the mystery restaurant responsible for a salmonella outbreak across… Continued
I love New York. It is perpetually in your face, but the city is at least honest about it. I was there once at Halloween and saw Napoleon walking down the street en route to… Continued
The speed, immediacy and reach of social media has forever changed business communications—particularly in a crisis. Social media provides the tools to turn a crisis around and turn detractors into fans. But there are tenets… Continued
The speed of Twitter can be intimidating to even the most social media-savvy communicator. But Krisleigh Hoermann, community manager for the American Heart Association, believes the platform is the perfect place to host a conversation—albeit… Continued
Facebook has been sending a loud and clear message to investors: Pay more attention to the value it will provide over the long term, and don’t get too caught up in how big it opens… Continued
The new year brings a sense of optimism to PR professionals, as budgets are set, programs are under way and that new iPad is now full of great apps. But this new year also brings… Continued
Case Study: We Hold This Truth… Innovation Effort Drives Fans in Person and Online to Declare on the Dotted LineDecember 3rd, 2011 by PR News
Leveraging the Fourth of July and the Constitution, the CEA created a declaration of its own. When the Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776, the 13 American colonies had already been at war