While my age and that of my young team has brought challenges, it is also the thing that has been crucial to our success.
Communications executives have a seat at the table, but they must have the business strength to hold onto it.
The CCO role has disappeared at several major organizations.
Following the proper guidelines for classification of independent contractors and the use of background checks can ensure your agency's salary expenditures are spent wisely.
SXSW is becoming just as much about marcomms as it is technology. Morgan Spurlock's presentation only cemented that belief more.
Renowned PR scholar Jim Grunig often said, "There's nothing as practical as a good theory." The insights gleaned from the International Public Relations Research Conference can prove him right.
As a PR professional who focuses on bridging the communication divide between China and the Western world, Carol Chan has advice for both Twitter and Chinese marketers concerning the social platform's new office in Hong Kong.
This year's event will draw more than 30,000 attendees from more than 80 countries to Austin. Its sheer size presents an opportunity for savvy marketers to make their marks.
There are 90 million Millennials in the US, a quarter of whom are parents with a spending power of $200 billion and growing.
For any PR pros in Austin, remember: simply being at SXSW isn't nearly enough. You're with a group of innovators. Do something different, edgy, creative, and attention-grabbing.
However baffling, resistance to vaccines continues. Chris Graves of Ogilvy Public Relations reveals the science behind four key mistakes communicators make when trying to change the tide on an issue such as this one.
It was my crucible moment, which the dictionary defines as "a place or occasion of severe test or trial," and most of us have such a time in our career.
Beyond getting a new CEO ready is the chance to help them understand that the company itself is under intense scrutiny from stakeholders.
Today's PR students have expectations and numerous solid ideas that will positively impact all levels of a company.
When pool-owning parents were asked about the risks of drowning to children, many seemed disconnected from the danger.
Twitter is alive and well - and being used for long-form content.
We're all advised to manage our own careers. A deeper understanding of the Hay Job Evaluation System is one focused, substantive way to do that.
Belkin CMO Kieran Hannon believes smarthome marketing should focus on consumer benefits, not tech jargon.
The barriers between marketers and consumers have been knocked down, just as the audience of consumers has expanded exponentially.
In this disrupt-or-be-disrupted world, no one can afford to ignore the culture of innovation.
In 1988, PR legend Harold Burson led a PR working party on the behest of President Reagan to forge relations with the Soviet Union. Is it time for PR to step up to the plate again in the cause of international peace, this time to help defeat ISIS?
Film has a uniquely powerful ubiquity within human culture. Material MD Gillian McCormack looks at Hollywood and the stories it tells to gauge what resonates with audiences around the world.
A quick search of the executive pages of major PR firms finds little diversity at the top.
Organizations need to put less focus on being nice about what diversity and inclusion mean and more focus on being real about what it will take to achieve it.
Three ways women can advance to the top of the PR ladder.