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The Volume and Variety of Communications Work is Shifting, Finds 5th Annual Survey of Comms Pros

Sword and the Script

The volume of comms work has grown and changed, according to the 482 respondents to the fifth annual JOTW Strategic Communications Survey, which is being released today. More and more crisis communication events that interrupt the general flow of work in our area. More digital communications; not in person anymore.”.

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Why Your Event Needs a Crisis Communications Plan

Cision

In a recent survey of CMOs by research and advisory firm Outsell, Inc., Without a crisis communications plan in place, no one will know what to do when problems arise during your event,” says Cision Content Strategist James Rubec, one of the speakers during next week’s Managing Communication Challenges webinar. “No

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Future of Corporate Communications study finds CCOs investing more in technology

Stuart Bruce

The Edelman 2023 Future of Corporate Communications survey found that half of respondents see themselves as strategic advisers to or partners to their company’s leadership … © Stuart Bruce - Future of Corporate Communications study finds CCOs investing more in technology was first published on Stuart Bruce's Stuart Bruce the PR Futurist (..)

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Top 10 takeaways from the CIPR State of the Profession survey 2019

Stuart Bruce

The UK’s CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations) has published its latest State of the Profession Survey. The top 10 takeaways for PR professionals are: … The post Top 10 takeaways from the CIPR State of the Profession survey 2019 appeared first on Stuart Bruce.

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How to Prepare For, Respond to and Resolve a Crisis in 2021

Agility PR Solutions

After the year we all had, it should come as no surprise that crisis communications has become more important to PR. In fact, 73 percent of respondents to a survey Agility PR Solutions ran in December said so. The post How to Prepare For, Respond to and Resolve a Crisis in 2021 appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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How to Use Threads For B2B PR

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Rapid response According to a recent Capterra study , more than three in four business leaders who have activated crisis communications plans in the past say they’d increase the tools used for communication. Thus, PR professionals should be on the lookout for new tools for rapid-response communications.

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3 Comm Tech Features to Control Your Crisis Comms Narrative

Presspage

While few try to make mistakes deliberately, every company needs to anticipate a crisis. In fact, according to survey findings by PWC , 69% of business leaders have witnessed an emergency over five years, with the average number being three. What is crisis comms and why is it important? That’s the bad news.

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