PR Roundup looks at a study that reveals how adults are using TikTok, Nikki Haley’s “big announcement” trick, and how the nutrition industry is dealing with misinformation on social media.
Outmaneuvering a PR competitor requires a unique blend of strategy, agility and more than a little game theory—like 4-D chess. Though many organizations default to an ad-hoc, figure-it-out-as-they-go approach, our author reveals a better way.
By incorporating specific principles into crisis communication protocols, organizations can navigate the complexities of information leaks more effectively. Crisis expert Eric Rose looks at several communications leaks–and brands’ responses–from Amazon, IBM, United Airlines and Xbox.
This shift in media consumption habits presents a unique opportunity for PR professionals. TikTok news anchors may help communicators to reach Gen Z in a way that traditional media outlets cannot.
We examine how exactly to handle media relations during media layoffs, what causes people really care about, and PR lessons from the Kyte Baby apology saga.
Media exposure requires reaching at least four target audiences to even begin creating worthwhile engagement. Our author explores who to target and how.
Because of the major media’s increasingly negative reporting about sports and athletes, our author writes, there is evidence that PR practitioners should throw out the old sports marketing publicity playbooks and provide fresh ideas for clients.
In 2024, corporate communication teams can steer their C-suites in transitioning from occasional posters to proactive and influential personalities on LinkedIn.
Given the evolving media landscape, organizations seeking coverage can look to these 2024 trends to inform their outreach efforts and boost their chances of success.
Understanding current communication trends and setting a strong foundation in the new year can be critical to building success in 2024 and beyond.