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Uber has gone into crisis mode after its senior vice president, Emil Michael, made the suggestion to hire researchers to dig into the private lives of journalists who have criticized the company. But according to Fortunes Brett Arends, the taxi-service companys efforts to bounce back have gone amiss.
Despite hoopla over the role of so-called big data in marketing and politics, the techniques for gathering and analyzing huge amounts of consumer and voter information might not have helped much in this years midterm elections.
In the social media era, charity begins the moment disaster strikes. But impromptu pleas for aid can create pitfalls for well-meaning philanthropists, The Wall Street Journal reported in a Nov. 9 article.
Following her General Session at the PRSA International Conference on Oct. 13, Fast Company co-founder Polly LaBarre spoke with Tactics Managing Editor Amy Jacques.
Following his General Session keynote at the PRSA International Conference on Oct. 12, Walter Isaacson spoke with Tactics Editor-in-Chief John Elsasser.
Telecommunications giant Verizon Wireless has entered the controversial realm of brand publishing, a new twist on the growing trend of corporations putting out their own stories, with SugarString, its technology news website.
PRSA has named Joseph P. Truncale, Ph.D., CAE, as the new CEO of the Society.
On Oct. 11, PRSAs Leadership Assembly voted to elect Mark W. McClennan, APR, as chair of the Society for 2016. McClennan, senior vice president, social media services, MSLGROUP, will serve as PRSAs chair-elect on the National Board of Directors in 2015.
Golin CEO Fred Cook Offers the Street Smarts That Led Him to the Top
The monthly news briefs include items on strategic planning, IHOP, mothers and mobile devices.
Fred Cook, Fellow PRSA, CEO of Golin, received this years Gold Anvil Award PRSAs highest individual honor.
Amid Ebola Fears, Texas Hospital Tries to Repair Its Imag
A lot of politicians dont practice the art of politics. The public has noticed and is frustrated, said Chuck Todd in a wide-ranging luncheon speech on Oct. 13. We had a recession hit at the exact same time of transition. It was the perfect storm.
We still have that same responsibility to get it right and get it quickly, said Amy Robach, news anchor for ABCs Good Morning America, during the Oct. 12 General Session. Social media connects all of us together in a way we never imagined.
A recap of the PRSA 2014 International Conference
During his General Session speech on Oct. 12, Dr. Michael L. Lomax discussed the new PRIME Scholars Program, a collaboration between UNCF and the PRSA Foundation, as well as the beneficial impact that a diverse workforce, reflective of Americas ethnic and racial mix, will have on the PR profession.
During his energetic 45-minute General Session on Oct. 14, Mike Buckley, Facebook's vice president of global business communications, talked up being a data champion.
Its been said that the worlds first PR professionals were politicians. With Election Day this month, the close, heated races that will determine the makeup of the U.S. Senate have political campaigns using time-honored tactics to get ahead.
When most of us think about conducting a social media audit, our minds generally go to areas such as: making sure that our messages and branding are consistent across social platforms, identifying our target publics, measuring the level of engagement on various platforms, discovering what competitors are doing in the social space, and identifying what content is and is not working, along with other qualitative and quantitative measures.
As PR professionals, we should maintain perspective about the reality of daily life for most American adults. Being married is simply less common these days.