We know that PR can be a powerful tool to complement marketing efforts. However, within some technology companies, teams may downplay the importance of PR–often because they think it’s not as tangibly measurable as other activities.
Stories by Mark Hook
With the arrival of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, we focus on two of the many female PR pros who’ve made history inside and outside PR.
In observance of Black History Month, we asked Black PR Society president Neil Foote to offer tips communicators can enact right away to promote diversity. Foote argues diversity won’t come to you. PR pros must get out of the office and travel to find diverse employees and recruit them.
[ Editor’s Note: This is one in a series of articles about the history of PR as part of our celebration of PRNEWS’ 75th anniversary. The series is a partnership with the Museum of Public Relations .] Ask
Scott Sobel, an SVP at kglobal, advocates the use of CSR programs as a crisis-management tool. Still, the creation of CSR relative to crisis planning should be undertaken with delicate precision, he writes.
Corporate social responsibility has been evolving for quite some time, moving from pure philanthropic efforts to a fully ingrained way of doing business. Today, companies most respected for CSR listen to the
Learn from a case study how a cat litter brand took on larger brands and forged an emotional tie with customers to gain awareness and social traction.
Our regular feature where we ask leaders in PR, communications and marketing about their influences, trends and the best advice they’ve received recently.
With brands creating content without going through media channels, is the art of pitching stories dead? It just might be more alive than ever, our author argues, although he admits pitchers will need to adapt some of their tactics slightly.
Many people think of communication as a simple process, merely a series of statements and responses. They probably have never tried reaching hundreds or thousands of people. Such communication can grow cumbersome and complex. Corporate communicator Myranda Grim finds it helpful to remind herself that no matter what she’s doing, at the root of it she is having a conversation with her coworkers.