PR 2.0 for Communicating Research

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A Guest Post By Kevin Anselmo, Founder of Experiential Communications. That said, Team Fact could reverse the trend by stepping up its game on the communications front. But all too often, no effort is put into communicating research.

The Modern Communicator Builds Relationships that Last

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Modern Communications is about building lasting relationships. The modern communicator knows that to build a lasting relationship with anyone, you need to learn as much as possible about the people you’re trying to connect with. A Guest Post by Corina Manea, Founder of NutsPR.

Marketing Science for PR & Communications

AirPR

A few months ago, after considerable vetting and research, I joined AirPR, the data science company for PR and Communications, as their CEO. I believe superior communications make all other commercially facing functions more successful.

If You’re a Modern Communicator, Then You THINK AHEAD

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But, here’s a little profile test to see if you’re a modern communicator who shares stories that resonate and create impact with your audiences. In addition, your approach to storytelling is flexible and you easily adapt to a global communications landscape.

How Leading Companies Tie Employee Advocacy to Business Outcomes

Insights from expert marketing and communications pros who are doing it today

38 Things PR Professionals Wish they Could Get Senior Management to Understand about Corporate Communications

Sword and the Script

As such, the 2018 JOTW Communications Survey , which was conducted in partnership with Ned’s Job of the Week , also included an open-ended question at the end of the survey. 4) “I wish more would get how much more audiences appreciate communications than marketing.

Crisis Communications: 10 Steps for Building an Effective Plan

AirPR

Social media has fundamentally changed how people communicate in times of crisis. Just this month, victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma used social media to communicate with first responders, know where gas was available and follow emergency updates.

On Thursday, June 21st, #PRStudChat Discusses “How to Communicate Your Research”

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ET, #PRStudChat sponsored by Spin Sucks community members will gather for an in-depth Twitter discussion on “How to Communicate Your Research.” Joining us as our special guest and co-host is Kevin Anselmo (@KevinAnselmo ) the Founder and Principal of Experiential Communications.

7 Tips For Handling Crisis Communications on Social Media

Ron Torossian

Of course, as valuable as social media can be in the right circumstances, it also adds a certain level of uncertainty to a crisis communication strategy. The post 7 Tips For Handling Crisis Communications on Social Media appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog.

Welcome to the Future of Earned Media Communications

Cision

It wouldn’t quite be accurate for me to write that “earned media is back,” because to many communicators, it never actually left. Meanwhile, earned media hasn’t had that same level of technology and data, leaving communicators struggling to demonstrate the value compared to paid and owned.

New Book, Answers for Modern Communicators

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Crisis Communications: Best Practices When Tragedy Strikes

Ron Torossian

The post Crisis Communications: Best Practices When Tragedy Strikes appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog. No one wants their brand connected with a tragedy. But it could happen. In fact, it does happen, a lot more than we would like.

Trust: A Communicator’s Lifeline

Cision

As the communications industry prepares for this weekend and next week’s PRSA 2016 International Conference , the question is: How has the conversation around trust evolved over the past 12 months? Trust is foundational to how we grow, both as communicators and the brands we serve.

Communication Let Me Down

ISEBOX

In 1983, just before going stellar, the band charted with “Communication,” featuring the lines: Communication always leaves me incomplete, The grass is greener, but it’s grown beneath my feet… Communication let me down.

Will the Communications Industry Change Because of President Trump?

Ishmael's Corner

The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations. Techniques For Effective Business Communications. Before addressing the question, let’s consider the high-level objectives of the typical communications campaign. By this definition, Trump’s unconventional approach to communications has.more. The post Will the Communications Industry Change Because of President Trump?

Why Business Students Should Learn Strategic Communications

PRSay

With that sage advice, it comes as a surprise that only six percent of MBA programs require any communications courses. Fake news, cyber security, pandemic disease and natural disasters illustrate the demand for leaders who are skilled in strategic communications.

How to Avoid Overpolishing Code and Communications

AirPR

I know that public relations and communications professionals can relate. Musings code communications writing writing codeAs a programmer, I often have a difficult time releasing my code.

Three Steps to Successful Crisis Communication

Melissa Agnes

Crisis communication is one of the most important aspects of your crisis management. In fact, whom you communicate with in a crisis, along with when and how you communicate with them, can mean the difference between successful crisis management and crisis management failure.

Team Crisis Communications

PRSay

The one big element which is incorporated in PR, regardless of the specific industry is crisis management and communications. It should include such things as chain of command, a communications “tree” and messaging – both internal and external.

Sorry is hardest word in crisis communications

Stuart Bruce

Even when they do apologise it’s too often a fake apology with too… Continue Reading → The post Sorry is hardest word in crisis communications appeared first on STUART BRUCE. Crisis Communications public relations Reputation Management

PR and communication measurement best practice at AMEC global summit

Stuart Bruce

“I believe that measurement is the most important communication discipline.” Alex Aiken, head of the UK Government Communication Service If you only take one thing from AMEC’s 10th global summit it should be Alex Aiken’s bold assertion.

5 Ways to Improve Internal Communication

Cision

It details a multi-country, multi-industry survey examining how successfully businesses communicate across their organizations. Key insight about companies is not properly communicated from the C-Suite to employees. Communicate continuously.

4 Corporate Communications Lessons From Hurricane Harvey

PRSay

As a corporate communicator who, like others, nervously and helplessly watched the water rise, I learned about the parallels that can be drawn between the historic flood and how companies respond to their own crises. Adversity is a great teacher.

How to Effectively Communicate Your Rebrand

Cision

The naming process itself requires a lot of heavy lifting, but so does the communication that must follow. The Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) recommends communicating the following in writing to all stakeholders: Timeline.

6 Social Media “Musts” for Crisis Communication

Cision

The airline continued to communicate via social media throughout the ordeal and was universally lauded for its social media response to this crisis. Social media adds an overwhelming complexity to crisis communication. You must remember communication basics.

New research on corporate communications in an integrated world

Stuart Bruce

PR and corporate communications recruitment firm VMA Group today published a new research report on ‘communicating in an integrated world’. Some of the key statistics include: 76% agree that ‘digital communications is the future of communications’.

Internal vs. External Crisis Communications

HMA Public Relations

The post Internal vs. External Crisis Communications appeared first on HMA Public Relations. Crisis Communications Featured External Crisis Communications HMA Public Relations Internal Crisis Communications PR PR Daily PR for Crisis Communications Public Relations

Behind the Headlines With Crenshaw Communications’ Marijane Funess

Cision

Marijane Funess, a director at Crenshaw Communications for the past six years, pioneers a communications company uniquely positioned at the intersection of design and technology. How have you gotten where you are today with Crenshaw Communications?

Why Communicators Should Expect a Year of Disruption in 2018

PRSay

The communications profession will evolve in ways we cannot imagine today. In this shifting environment, communicators need to be prepared for absolutely anything. But that’s why great communicators are so valuable to their organizations.

How to communicate your brand story through micro-content

PR Warrior

The post How to communicate your brand story through micro-content appeared first on PR Warrior | Trevor Young. When it comes to social media, let’s face it, it’s really easy to do stuff. We’ve all been there.

What Makes A Successful Initial Coin Offering Communications Campaign

Ron Torossian

The post What Makes A Successful Initial Coin Offering Communications Campaign appeared first on 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian Founder's Blog. Have you heard of cryptocurrency?

4 Tips for Authentic Executive Communications as a Ghostwriter

PRSay

As PR professionals, it’s our job to help executives communicate their ideas, plans and priorities in their own voices. But even the most gifted communicators can’t possibly create all the content demanded today. Learn your client’s communication habits.

9 essential resources for communicators

PR Daily

Wendy Marx is president of Marx Communications. Tools make our lives and our jobs easier. Whether it’s a drill in the hand of a skilled carpenter or a keyword research website in the hands of a PR professional, tools enhance the work we do.

Should Your Communications Department Have Crisis Communication Autonomy?

Melissa Agnes

A viewer recently asked me what my stance is on the communications department being granted crisis communication autonomy. So, if you’re in a position where your communications department is debating or seeking crisis communication autonomy, this is a much-watch video!

Communications Careers: Measuring Progress in Steps Through Peaks & Valleys

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Achieving success in your PR, communications or any career is about putting one foot in front of the other and repeating the process. A Guest Post Simon Erskine Locke, Founder & CEO of CommunicationsMatch TM. I recently read an inspirational tweet about progress being measured in steps.

5 Challenges to Effective Communication

Cision

What I want to do in this post is discuss five ways that we can communicate more effectively despite our overestimation of common experiences. Unless people understand clearly what you’re talking about from the get-go, your communication is doomed. Communicating is difficult.

10 procrastination solutions for communicators

PR Daily

We have entered the lazy days of summer, that languid time that tests even the most dedicated workers. We've got a bunch of stuff to do—emails to write, content to create—but it's so darn nice out. There's that beach vacation to plan. Cool new flip-flops to pick out online.

#PRStudChat November Announcement: PD, Mentoring & Collaboration for Communication Confidence

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ET to focus on communication confidence in a continuously changing landscape through professional development, mentoring and collaboration. The #PRStudChat community gathers on Wednesday, November 29th at 12:00 p.m.

Pharmaceutical Communications: Why Speed Matters

ISEBOX

Needless to say, Oktavia put the heat on her communications team to be ready to push out the story and get coverage the minute the FDA approves their drug. if you are a pharmaceutical communications professional, you know Oktavia’s task list all too well.

Is Effective Employee Communications Possible?

HMA Public Relations

The post Is Effective Employee Communications Possible? Featured PR Observations and Preferences PRGN Employee Communications Perspective Strategies PRGN Partner public relations global networkOf course it is! But, it’s not as easy is sending an email or calling a meeting.