PR News asked Taylor Cole, director of public relations and social media at Hotels.com, a few questions on how to write better, shareworthy press releases.
A productive, well-thought-out social media strategy is no longer just a “nice-to-have” for PR professionals.
Try applying some of these spam-avoidance tips and see if your ratio of connections to missed connections improves.
In yet another story of a cyber attack, PR professionals can gain valuable insight from how Snapchat initially responded to the situation.
For teenagers, Facebook is “dead and buried.” That’s the conclusion from one of the authors of the recently released Global Social Media Impact Study, which showed that teens are abandoning Facebook for rivals such as Snapchat and Whatsapp. But when it comes to adults, Facebook is alive and well.
The good thing about New Year’s resolutions is that no one is really listening closely to what you are resolving to do. But resolutions do crystallize our goals and make the month of January, at least, a little more interesting. For communicators the world over, you should expect 2014 to bring the following: > Crises, […]
Early next year, Time Inc. is expected to unveil redesigned websites for its major titles Fortune, Time and Sports Illustrated.
Come on, vogue. If you’re looking for some guidance when it comes how to leverage your Facebook pages, you may want to consult with the fashion industry.