Twitter. Youtube. Reddit. Tumblr. Who hasn’t whiled away an afternoon enjoying the entertaining and often ridiculous postings these sites have to offer? They are among…
We live in a modern, fast-paced world where new innovations come out daily and industries change faster than the weather. What’s new and exciting on…
The traditional methods of PR are much like the dirty, cheap newspaper you may have picked up this morning – old news and just waiting to be thrown into the…
When you think of newspapers, you probably think of a stack of dirty papers that you or your parents would pick up at the local store or gas station…
The Pitfalls of User-generated Content Twitter. Youtube.
It’s no secret that public relations is changing. As a recent Financial Times article pointed out, many companies are questioning the role of the traditional PR agency in the Internet era.
We live in a modern, fast-paced world where new innovations come out daily and industries change faster than the weather. What’s new and exciting on Monday is old on Tuesday, and becomes obsolete by Thursday.
Celebrities are among the most sought-after accounts on Twitter in terms of being followed. Twitter is rapidly approaching the one billion accounts mark and with so many active accounts tweeting, retweeting and spreading information around the world, you are bound to run into branding, defamation and legal issues.
You never know where things might take you in life. For Sidney Evans, his passion in branding was founded from his experiences in fashion design and from being a corporate trainer for a Fortune 100 company.
Since April is national poetry month, I would like to share a poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge with you that goes:
“Water, water, everywhere, And all the boards did shrink; Water, water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink.”
There are now almost one billion accounts on Twitter, which makes them one of the top (if not the best) social networks in the game today. Social media is extremely important for businesses and brands of all sizes.
The traditional methods of PR are much like the dirty, cheap newspaper you may have picked up this morning – old news and just waiting to be thrown into the trash after the flip of a few pages.Gone are the days when your organization needs to be held hostage to a team of journalists at a PR firm that is just waiting to throw you to the side after that next big client comes in.
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