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Report: Negative social media content on the rise

PR Daily

Social media has dramatically increased companies’ ability to interact with customers. A report from Crisp reveals that social media’s ability to propagate harmful content is a key reason behind the difficulties many organizations face around crisis response.

The current crisis demands more external communication

PR Daily

Often it is the difficult and brave decisions which come with the biggest reward—which means that external communication is a necessity during the COVID-19 crisis. For example, you might serve one particular market segment which is booming in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. These are great timely examples and case studies, which should be shared via owned and earned media channels. The media doesn’t sleep – so why should you?

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Future of PR and social media for International Air Transport Association crisis communications conference

Stuart Bruce

Stuart Bruce speaking at the IATA Crisis Communications in the Social Media Age conference. (c) This morning I gave a keynote at the global ‘Crisis Communications in the Social Media Age’ conference in Istanbul. And thank you Aaron for that fascinating insight into how social media has changed journalism. Before I start I just want to point out the Social Media Friendly logo on my one and only PowerPoint slide.

5 tips for building strong social media communities during difficult times

PR Daily

People may have more time for social media now due to COVID-19, but if you don’t adapt your strategies, you could lose some of your audience. For years, social media has been shifting away from its social roots to become more of a branding marketplace, but the COVID-19 pandemic gives us all a chance to swing the pendulum back in the social direction. To build stronger social media communities, try these five tips: 1.

4 social media waves to ride in 2020

PR Daily

Social media has emerged as one of the most important tools for public relations and marketing over the past decade. A social media presence is essential for practically all mid-size and large businesses and other organizations; some entrepreneurs rely almost entirely on social media for PR and marketing. As social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn mature, the debate over their future grows. Social Media

15 Social Media Trends to Follow in 2019

Critical Mention

Today, nearly 90 percent of companies are using social media marketing and Dreamgrow reports over 60 percent of customers expect companies to offer customer service through their social channels. To help you create your social media marketing strategy, we have 15 of the top social media trends you need to follow in 2019! With the data privacy scandal that rocked Facebook in 2018, transparency became a critical social media trend this year.

Crisis Communications: 10 Steps for Building an Effective Plan

Onclusive

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. This month, the Wall Street Journal outlined dozens of ways social sites and apps are being utilized during a crisis. Apologizing in a time of crisis can lead to legal concerns.

Personal Versus Private in PR and Social Media

Cision

As digital and social media continue to blur the lines between an individual’s public and private lives, and we move forward in a world where the fusion of these two seems inevitable, it is crucial for all of us to understand the difference between what is private and what is personal, but public. That’s media training 101. Consider one of social media’s major draws: the instant gratification you feel when blasting off a post.

6 steps for establishing a strong social media policy during the pandemic

PR Daily

With the shifting media landscape during this crisis, it’s important for your entire team to have clear guidelines on how to share messages online. With work from home orders still in place across much of the country, and phone lines and emails tied up with an influx of traffic, more consumers than ever before are turning to social media searching for answers or to air their frustrations. Invest in social media monitoring. COVID-19 Social Media

Starbucks, Coca-Cola and Unilever pause social media ads, Microsoft closes retail stores, and cosmetics brands drop ‘whitening’ terms

PR Daily

Hello, communicators: Google created a website to explain how YouTube works, including its content policies and procedures. As July 1 nears, the number of organizations joining the #StopHateForProfit boycott is growing, with some brands announcing they’ll stop paid marketing efforts across all social media platforms. A Starbucks spokesperson told the BBC the social media “pause” would not include YouTube, owned by Google,” BBC reported.

10 crisis communications steps when you don’t have a plan

PR Daily

In the midst of COVID-19, every organization has become a crisis communicator. Restaurants are turning to social media to encourage customers to dine local. Retail stores are using social media, websites and old-fashioned signage to reassure customers that they are taking appropriate measures to prevent the spread of the virus. Sure, some organizations have crisis communication plans or PR agencies they can turn to when the unexpected happens.

How to communicate during civil unrest

PR Daily

Communicators, you are essential personnel. That puts communicators in a precarious position, weighing several options: Do you email a generic “solidarity and equality” message internally? Should you post your company’s current events commentary on social media? Do you carry on communicating about your products and services as though the world’s not on fire? The post How to communicate during civil unrest appeared first on PR Daily.

Return to work plans, HR risks to weigh, crisis lessons from Parenthood, and more

PR Daily

Here’s a roundup of the week’s crisis communication news for communicators. Here are the top 10 tips and takeaways from the week ending May 1 taken from our Crisis Communications Daily newsletter. Address potential “people risk” in your crisis contingency plan. See their full crisis analysis here. Parenthood offers insights for crisis communications best practices. Inclusive language shouldn’t take a back seat in your crisis messages.

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Younger employees don’t want to be regulated on social media

PR Daily

Younger employees don’t want a social media policy when it comes to political speech in the workplace. The study warns that social media has become the new “water cooler” and is therefore an essential part of your organization’s office culture. However, if your organization does have a policy on political expression at work, employees are more likely to agree that social media should be regulated as well.

Communicating Post-PR Crisis

5W PR

Any business knows that no matter what’s going on and how well they are on top of everything, a crisis is never expected. However, how well the business can respond during a crisis always reflects on the public’s perception of the organization in the future, whether in a positive or negative light. The key factor in determining how this reflects on a business in the aftermath of a crisis is how they communicate with the audience once the crisis is over.

PR And Communications Trends For 2021

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

The year of COVID-19, Black Lives Matter, assorted climate disasters, and a historically divisive presidential contest has accelerated existing trends and opened up new ones for professional communicators. Marketing and corporate communications will overlap.

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Metrics in Crisis Comms, Marketing and Social Media [UML]

Sword and the Script

1) Communication Metrics: Disruption or True Crisis . There are media disruptions, and there are media crises,” according to Ashley Deibert , vice president of marketing for IQ Media. In a piece for Ragan’s PR Daily – 3 ways media metrics can help you handle PR crises – she draws a distinction between “a snarky comment” and bona fide media crisis that “threaten to compromise an organization’s credibility.”.

Top 10 Guidelines For Social Media Participation

Shift Communications

These guidelines apply to (COMPANY) employees or contractors who create or contribute to blogs, wikis, social networks, virtual worlds, or any other kind of Social Media. Whether you log into Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, or Medium; or comment on online media stories — these guidelines are for you. Your honesty will be noted in the Social Media environment. Refer all social media activity around crisis topics to Legal Affairs.

Instacart to hire 300K, how COVID-19 is changing social media habits, and Facebook offers small business resources during the pandemic

PR Daily

Good morning, PR pros: Those needing a lift before diving into COVID-19 coverage and crisis communications might smile with Cadbury’s announcement of its 2020 bunny: A two-legged hound named Lieutenant Dan clinched the title. Though many organizations have paused campaigns as the pandemic grows, Cadbury’s contest and announcement can serve as a reminder that your communications can include inspirational and lighthearted content, as well. CRISIS DAILY NEWSLETTER.

What to Do When Your Internal Communications Goes External

PRSay

Hackers can also find and release damaging internal correspondence and documents. ” So, what are the best ways to lessen the potential negative impacts of your internal communications going external? Make sure you invest in secure communications systems and training (don’t assume your employees know better than to click that “reset password” link in that shady email), and create a corporate culture that values your staff.

TCIP #002 – Strategizing Social Media for Crisis Communications with Isaac Griberg

Melissa Agnes

Welcome to episode #002 of The Crisis Intelligence Podcast with Melissa Agnes and Isaac Griberg of the ICRC. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is doing ground-breaking things when it comes to leveraging social media for crisis communications and emergency management. Follow the International Committee of the Red Cross on Twitter: @ICRC.

5 essential steps for communicating in a crisis

PR Daily

Just as we began to adjust our home and work lives to this new, surreal reality, our country was rocked by another crisis. RELATED: Tune in June 18-19 for our Social Media & Digital Communications Virtual Conference ]. For corporate communications professionals throughout the country, however, staying silent is not an option. These measures will save time, one of the most precious resources during an unfolding crisis.

Instagram drops IGTV button, public speaking tips from MLK, and how consumers get news from social media

PR Daily

Many social media users were quick to point out that the clothes bore a striking resemblance to the employee uniforms for the supermarket chain Sainsbury’s. Social listening and well-crafted humor can help make a splash on social media and make your organization a part of the bigger cultural conversation. The social media platform is removing the shortcut to its long-form video service, IGTV—a button it displayed at the top of users’ feeds.

5 tips to increase trust in the COVID-19 era

PR Daily

COVID-19, economic uncertainty and social justice movements have elevated truth and transparency as communication prerequisites. This is especially the case in social media, where misinformation is rampant.

Cirque du Soleil cuts 3,000 jobs in bankruptcy filing, Target and Chobani join social media ad boycott, and Amazon offers $500M in employee bonuses

PR Daily

Hello, communicators: The cast of Netflix’s “Queer Eye” recently attempted to make over the popular mascot of the Philadelphia Flyers, Gritty. Transparent communications is crucial as you move forward. The World Federation of Advertisers recently surveyed senior executives at “58 companies that collectively [spend] $92 billion on global advertising,” and revealed 31% are already or will probably stop social media ads as part of the #StopHateForProfit boycott—or alongside of it. "In

State of Crisis Communications and Social Media from a Professor’s Perspective

Waxing UnLyrical

Social media and crisis communications has become one of the fastest growing areas of both practice and research for today’s communication landscape. A recent report from Continuity Insights in 2014 shows that “over half (58%) rated mobile technologies [are considered] as absolutely vital in carrying out crisis communications plans, up 5% since 2013” (page 4). Go to the International Risk and Crisis Communication Conference ( ICRC ).

Get the latest crisis news delivered daily to your inbox

PR Daily

We’re introducing a new digital newsletter—the Crisis Communication Daily—a rundown of the top tips, best practices and headlines on crisis management to help guide communicators through COVID-19 and future crises. These are the times where communicators’ value couldn’t be more apparent. In the depths of the worst health care crisis in over 100 years, and the economic shockwave that accompanies it, many are turning to their employers for information.

Facebook launches ‘Privacy Checkup,’ most agencies offer social media services, and Starbucks closes 2,000 stores in China

PR Daily

The social media platform is prompting almost 2 billion members worldwide to review their privacy and data-sharing settings in a feature called “ Privacy Checkup ” and its “ Off-Facebook Activity ” tool. Why you should care: As Facebook and other social media platforms grapple with data-sharing regulations and privacy concerns, PR and marketing pros should adjust their strategies now to make sure that data-gathering methods along with their use are both legal and ethical.

Lowe’s new top communicator addresses tech, DE&I and the post-COVID era

PR Daily

Here’s what Ben Boyd, VP of internal and external communications for the home improvement chain starting Oct. He’s been announced as the new top communicator for Lowe’s, leaving his role at BCW to take on a different kind of challenge, one that has him buzzing about the future.

How to adapt your crisis response for COVID-19 and beyond

PR Daily

Though this crisis might feel different, traditional crisis communications best practices, like the TACOS method, are how communicators can best serve their communities. The definition of a crisis is a time of intense difficulty or trouble. Our priorities must be to family, community, and country and each of us as leaders, whether we are conscious of it or not, are key contributors to holding together the social fabric that will pull us through. Social.

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Deloitte closes UK offices in remote work shift, AMC Theaters highlight safety, and 31% of PR agencies see social media as top revenue driver

PR Daily

Hello, communicators: . Spotify’s social media team started out the week by sharing the top songs streamed around the world from Oct. SOCIAL BUZZ. CRISIS LEADERSHIP NETWORK. SOCIAL BUZZ.

PR pros set the stage of the next phase of crisis response

PR Daily

Engaging employees is crucial for long-term success, according to these communications leaders. Some in the PR industry see the world entering a new phase in its crisis response. “The adrenaline of initial crisis response has passed,” says Mary Humphreys, head of marketing and communications for Corvias. “We’re That means that your communications efforts are more important than ever. “We Keep the communication lines open and two way.”

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Addressing diversity through mentorship and better communication

PR Daily

Communicators can help their organizations have difficult conversations by being facilitators, creating safe forums, and by investing in mentorship programs. There have been countless messages of support, solidarity and concern on social media and digital platforms. Courtney Newell, founder and CEO of Crowned Marketing and Communication s, says that the first step is owning past missteps. Diverse communications are paramount.

How comms services providers see the future of communications

PR Daily

What’s next for communications after COVID-19? Here’s where they think we are headed: Ellen Feaheny, AppFusions: “ Demand and require more tools to communicate, learn and share not just with their internal network, but also their coveted external network. Brian Collier, Nuvi: “ Basically, the crisis told every company, keep up or you’re out, just like any crisis does. regional pandemic flare-ups) and internal factors (e.g.,

How Franklin Mutual Insurance adjusted messages for the COVID-19 crisis

PR Daily

The insurance provider had to pivot from planned outreach during the health care crisis to find ways to bring everyone together. Should they go ahead with campaign they had been planning—or should they throw out their plans and try to address the crisis in the moment? We asked her to share her takeaways from her work during this crisis, and here’s what she had to say: PR Daily: How are you changing your messaging during this crisis?

Is your company prepared to talk about hate speech?

PR Daily

Here are some tips for addressing social media, racial justice, employee conduct and more. What was initially an employee’s personal post can quickly escalate into a corporate communication crisis when social activists tag a company’s Facebook or LinkedIn pages.

Pepsi’s new catchphrase, TikTok’s transparency report, and the best times to post on social media

PR Daily

The original tweet and its replies can serve as inspiration for fun (and potentially quirky) questions to ask your followers on social media, sparking both engagement and potential headlines. All the time and effort you put into crafting a social media post that captures attention and provides value can be for naught if your audience doesn’t see it. Image courtesy of Sprout Social. delivers “consistent engagement”: Image courtesy of Sprout Social.

When communicating in a crisis, ask: Who says what, when and how?

PR Daily

Crisis communication is different from any other type of communication due to the urgency of the situation. There are three crucial aspects of crisis communication: Who sends and receives the messages. In some situations, it makes a lot of sense to have corporate-wide communication, but in most cases, it doesn’t. All of this should be documented and, ideally, tested before an actual crisis hits. Consider the origin and intent of the communication.

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Amazon, others restrict employee travel, social media’s growing dominance for marketing, and airlines halt flights over coronavirus fears

PR Daily

The organizations have also limited nonessential travel both domestically and internationally. If your organization is taking similar precautions, communicate the developments with as much information as you can to lower the potential for panic while increasing trust. The report said that the most successful channels were social media (37%) and websites (33%). What’s the career path of a social media communicator?

PR Warfare: Social Media, Crisis Communications, and You

Social PR Chat

Merry Morud and Kevin Watterson from Aimclear talk crisis communications and community management in our digital world. Brands and Crisis Communications Plans: How Important Is It? Hello crisis communications. It’s the day you find your brand in the social media situation room. You have to understand that it’s hard to think clearly and strategically in the midst of a developing crisis,” he said. The Future of Crisis Communications.