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The Risky Landscape of Public Statements: When Silence Isn’t Golden

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

In a recent piece published in New York Magazine, Just Stop Making Official Statements About The News , Jonathan Chait argues that organizations should “stop trying to settle our moral beliefs and instead establish rules of the road that let people peacefully coexist with their disagreements.” He’s talking about statements by businesses, universities, and celebrities around the October 7 attacks in Israel.

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How Influencers are Sharing the ‘Essence of Cinema’ for Cineworld UK

The Resolution Blog

In this episode Stella interviews Carla Boyd, Senior Social & Content Marketing Manager at Cineworld Cinemas Live from the Cineworld London Head Quarters they delve into influencer relations and why Cineworld UK has decided to switch nearly all of their communications to working only with social influencers over journalists. Carla explains how the essence and […] The post How Influencers are Sharing the ‘Essence of Cinema’ for Cineworld UK appeared first on PR Resolution —


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Why SEO is a necessary component of modern PR strategy

Agility PR Solutions

Search engine optimization and public relations are complementary strategies. Building your search visibility can help you achieve greater PR results, and greater PR results can help you rise in search engine rankings. The question is, are these strategies merely complementary—or are they somewhat codependent? In other words, are PR and SEO integral components to each […] The post Why SEO is a necessary component of modern PR strategy appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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Pitch Guide: Kimeko, McCoy, Digiday


Kimeko McCoy is a Senior Marketing Reporter covering marketing strategy, marketing budgets, media spend, the advertising industry and creator economy. She is also the co-host of the Digiday Podcast alongside Kayleigh Barber.

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Are Your Impact Comms Resonating With Stakeholders?

Whether your organization is at the start of its sustainability and impact journey or years into it, many brands share a common concern: the uncertainty of whether they are sending stakeholders mixed messages. Creating content that speaks to your audience's “love language” can be a tricky dance. But, worry not! 3BL has put together tips to ensure that your content not only finds its rhythm but also resonates with your target audiences.

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8 steps to building your brand identity on social media

Agility PR Solutions

Plagiarism on social media is all too common. Every app you turn to (be it LinkedIn, X, or Instagram), you’re bombarded with the same templates, marketing materials, hooks, topics, and punchlines. It goes without saying it’s no small task to stand out from the crowd and make your mark—which isn’t ideal, especially if you’re investing […] The post 8 steps to building your brand identity on social media appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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Corporate social responsibility at work in 2023: Companies are struggling to balance CSR core values with external pressures

Agility PR Solutions

Corporate social responsibility isn’t what it used to be—along with the usual societal and ethical components that CSR has always measured, new consumer demands regarding Purpose issues like sustainability and ESG, as well as internal and external diversity and inclusion are now metrics of CSR. And when you toss in the new ethical responsibilities of […] The post Corporate social responsibility at work in 2023: Companies are struggling to balance CSR core values with external pressures app

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How To Navigate The Evolving Landscape of the Beverage Industry


The food and beverage industry is constantly changing. One sector that stands out is the beverage industry , especially the alcoholic beverage sector. It is a highly competitive space that requires businesses to constantly adapt and innovate to succeed. Food and beverage industry The food and beverage industry has undergone significant changes in recent years.

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“Can I just speak to a real person, please?” – the rebrand of the chatbot

PR in High Definition

How many times have we uttered these words in defeat during the festive season? After hours of trying to decrypt the magic combination of ‘yesses’ and ‘nos’ in a chatbot window while online shopping, desperately trying to reach the inbox of a human employee. Well, if you believe the AI industry’s announcements, come the new year, that will soon be a struggle of the past.

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No advertiser owes a media platform their money

Steve Barrett on PR

Elon Musk’s robust message to advertisers this week betrays a fundamental misunderstanding of the commercial media dynamic.

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5WPR Consumer Culture Report 2024

5WPR’s fifth annual Consumer Culture report takes a look at consumer spending culture, the biggest influences behind buying behaviors, and emerging trends.

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Creating realistic resolutions that stick

PR in High Definition

We’ve reached that time of year where everyone is just about focussed on the new year ahead, already thinking about their New Year’s resolutions in the hope that this is the year they’ll be able to stick to them longer than a few weeks. We hear the phrase, ‘New year, new me’, as we make promises to ourselves that next year we’re going to try and be a better human, one way or another.

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Top PR Stories of 2023

HMA Public Relations

As year-end lists beginning to roll out, Scott Hanson is covering the top PR stories of 2023. Read more!

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King brushes off Omid Scobie race row: Charles jokes ‘he’s alright… just about’ as Palace considers legal action – after Piers Morgan named two royals accused of racism

Mark My Words

Daily Mail Buckingham Palace declined to comment, with PR expert Mark Borkowski saying: ‘These spats and tittle tattle will just run out. If [Harry’s memoir] Spare didn’t do anything to dislodge the royal brand, some journalist whose credibility is under question is not going to do anything.

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Cognitive Dissonance: Mental Harmony Above All Else

Doctor Spin

Cognitive dissonance shapes our beliefs and decisions. No one likes to feel uncomfortable. This is also true for communication; most people would rather do anything to avoid processing conflicting information—whether the uncomfortable information is true or not. Today, we’re learning more about cognitive dissonance. Here we go: Quicklinks Theory: Cognitive Dissonance A Reverse Relationship Between Actions and Attitudes Cognitive Dissonance Feed On Negative Emotions PR Resource: Leon Festinger Th

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What Regulations Will Impact Sustainability Comms in 2024?

Navigating the waters of sustainability reporting disclosures and regulations can be intimidating, to say the least. With various measures set in motion in 2023 to keep companies accountable, there is a lot in store for brands’ impact communication in the upcoming year. 3BL is kicking off this January with our Navigating ESG Comms Through the Cosmos - Capricorn Edition by highlighting the impact of: The U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Climate disclosure rules The European Commission

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New book: AI tools for public relations

Wadds Inc.

The book features insights from 20 experts on leveraging large language models, AI productivity tools, and integrated AI platforms to help practitioners work smarter. I’ve launched a new book today about artificial intelligence (AI) tools for public relations. It has been published by #FuturePRoof and follows the crowdsourced format and learning design of previous projects.

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Where does the UK media’s interest in semiconductors lie?

The Hoffman Agency

My knowledge of semiconductors before joining The Hoffman Agency was rudimentary at best. I only really cared about the best chipsets for phones so I could get the best value for money on my handset as a student. Suffice it to say, I wasn’t sure what to expect when I first started working on semiconductor clients earlier this year. There were so many aspects that came into play, from domestic policy to foreign investment decisions to potential IPOs.