The pace of change for privacy regulations shows no signs of slowing in 2022 or in the years ahead. The patchwork of state-level laws in the US will present a daunting compliance challenge for communication professionals, not only for corporate communicators but for PR pros in firms, those they represent and their businesses. Here, we offer a brief update on recent changes and what is ahead.
Digital & Technology
While it may seem intimidating to begin making content and communication more accessible, the resources and education are available.
How Avid handled a crisis–promptly, simply, inclusively and authentically–is a compelling story from which communicators can learn.
In recent months, the metaverse has become an increasingly popular buzzword. Companies are building metaverse platforms and exploring unique ways of engaging consumers within these new digital landscapes. Influencer marketing likely will remain an important… Continued
While broad-ranging crisis tools sound like an ideal solution, some crisis pros say they’re years away. It will take time for tech to catch up with crisis needs.
President of PR tech’s newest merger, Onclusive’s Sean O’Neal, argues media monitoring is eminently affordable. So, there’s no budgetary reason not to measure.
Online tools, websites and internet extensions are the lifeblood of many data-driven campaigns. These online accessories have helped streamline many aspects of our day-to-day roles. The online PR and marketing community are great at finding these tools and sharing them far and wide on social media. Whether you’re looking for a simple keyword tool to help you write elevated performance content for SEO or you’re building out an internal bank of quick-win datasets, here is a list of useful tools
We asked PR pros about technologies they’ll see in their offices. In addition, what will communicators need to explain to the public.
As a supplement to predictions from PR pros in this edition, we asked a technology vendor, Ben Chodor, president of Notified, to offer tech-related prognostications.
Ray Kerins has held senior communication positions at Merck, Pfizer and most recently at Bayer, where he was SVP, head of corporate affairs. We talked to him about the keys to fighting cybercrime.