Tim Baker, VP of digital strategy at MWW, explains why the “little social-video platform that could” is alive and thriving.
Regardless of how the FTC investigation into Facebook’s new privacy changes turns out, one thing isn’t likely to change: If no one interacts with your page’s content, it won’t show up on users News Feeds.
As a PR professional who has helped educators nationwide become media spokespeople and advocates, I am only too aware that the reasons for the disconnect between teachers and the press are complex. I also know that the media is a powerful lever that can help shift the poor public perception of teachers, a change that is long overdue.
The dearth of C-level executives on social media presents an opportunity for PR pros to step in and help CEOs build a valuable presence on social channels.
To celebrate this prestigious occasion, the PR News editors put our heads together and came up with our top punctuation pet peeves. Avoid these gaffes—and stay on our good side.
Video conferencing has become one of the most convenient ways to meet with clients. Whether it’s a matter of convenience or time constraints, web meetings are fantastic options. They are quick ways to start discussions, and some are absolutely free.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a major global brand or a local mom and pop, social media can offer several benefits to your brand. That said, the content strategy implemented within a social space requires more than a cookie cutter.
An award-winning media relations expert gives three tips for getting journalists attention.
Rodale may have calculated that she’s the boss and needed to communicate her message regarding the use of chemicals in the U.S. Fair enough. But the letter was not so well-received. A writer at Discover.com, for example, called it “insensitive crack-pottery.”