Affiliate marketing is growing as publishers diversify their revenue streams. Yet there are myriad conditions that PR pros should be aware of when pitching products. We offer several to consider.
Stories by Erika Bradbury
Our Explainer series looks at sonic branding, or using sound and music as a way of identifying a brand or organization. For example, you instantly recognize the musical notes associated with McDonald’s and State Farm Insurance.
In a wide-ranging roundtable, three Platinum Awards honorees discussed the importance of PR pros having good research skills and why patience and discipline are needed when deciding about reacting to social issues.
Video continues to steal the show when it comes to engagement on social for brands in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) categories. 73% of the actions on the top 500 posts from CPG brands were either videos or reels, according to exclusive data from Shareablee powered by Comscore. This is compared to only 59% of all engagements on the top 500 posts in August 2021.
In this virtual roundtable three agency leaders discuss best practices for influencer marketing and PR’s role in overseeing creators’ freedom while protecting brands’ reputation.
Cox Communications’ senior director of brand strategy & new media previews a framework the company uses when considering social issues.
There were no social posts on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram mentioning “quiet quitting” in previous years. In August 2022, however, there were over 2.1k posts, 1.4 million actions, and 1.5 million video views among brands, publishers, and influencers on these platforms
In this interview, Emily Schwarz, sr. manager of corporate communications at Georgia-Pacific, discusses the importance of the social media team having a seat at the comms table, and where and how the social team comes in on brand responses for societal issues.