The times they are a-changin’. Never have these lyrics rung as true as they do when we look at the way the PR profession is evolving.
Of all the things PR pros can expect in 2019, change seems to be the only constant.
Keeping up with the vicissitudes can be difficult for public relations practitioners no matter what stage of their careers they may be in.
As we head into a new year, what trends should PR pros be watching to try to stay on top of all this change? Here are a few. Continue reading 5 Public Relations Trends to Watch in 2019, Starring AI, Ethics and More
As usual, this week saw no shortage of brands in crisis. While I can’t cover them all (and as usual, some are too complex even to try cover here), this week we’re taking a look at Campbell’s, Ryanair and Megyn Kelly. Continue reading PR Crisis of the Week: Campbell Soup, Ryanair and Megyn Kelly
In this week’s PR Crisis of the Week column, we look at a brand that made its crisis worse by sharing misinformation, a brand who can’t seem to do anything right and a brand who’s been in this column more than any other brand.
Here we go: Continue reading PR Crisis of the Week: AT&T, USA Gymnastics and Facebook
Which brands found themselves in crisis management mode this week?
We’ll take a look at a social media platform that finally met its demise, an event that went awry causing its founder some legal trouble and a popular sparkling water brand that hit a snag. Continue reading PR Crisis of the Week: Google+, Fyre Festival and La Croix
Another week – and more brands in crisis.
This week, we have Facebook, Tesla and GE, all major entities which find themselves in the midst of chaos, as well as Oregon winemakers who face an unprecedented crisis. Which brands will excel in crisis management? Continue reading PR Crisis of the Week: Facebook, Tesla, GE and Oregon Winemakers