This week’s PR Roundup looks at Wendy’s pricing blunder, the latest B2B and thought leadership study from Edelman and LinkedIn and a new coalition formed by the Ad Council to combat gun violence in America.
The rapid reduction of the media workforce will have a huge impact on the world of public relations. But by remaining focused on core elements of PR amidst all this change and uncertainty, you will be more likely to help your clients achieve their objectives and reach your own professional goals.
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.
This week’s PR Roundup acknowledges the heartfelt response by the Kansas City Chiefs organization and players after a Super Bowl parade shooting, the results of a new study on how PR leaders are using AI, and why its important to learn more about Gen Z’s election 2024 expectations.
Valentine’s Day is a massive cultural bandwagon for brands to jump onto. And for many, this opportunity pays off. But brands, like anyone else on Valentine’s Day, can get it wrong if they’re thoughtless.
How can one decide to enter the conversation—especially as an outlier—and appeal to that broad of a base (such as the Super Bowl audience)?
Lulu Cheng Meservey, former EVP, Corporate Affairs and Chief Communications Officer at Activision Blizzard, shares lessons on internal communications, board governance and building movements through messaging.
This week’s PR Roundup looks at Elmo’s impact on mental health, a preview of Super Bowl advertising themes and a new frontier for niche PR: Higher education.
IMC, also referred to as integrated marketing or integrated marketing communications, is a holistic approach to communication in which unified messages are shared across multiple channels. Our author breaks down the concept in the latest installment of our Explainer series.
Rather than bringing people together, research shows that highlighting the seriousness of a cause through outspoken and progressive messaging is actually driving a wedge between Americans at a time when unity is needed.