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Don't let the trolls win - how to protect your company from brandjacking

Don't let the trolls win - how to protect your company from brandjacking

Brandjacking is more than just a new headache for communications practitioners: It poses great risk to brands.

How to navigate the challenges of accommodating staff with mental disabilities

How to navigate the challenges of accommodating staff with mental disabilities

Given the the rise of disability discrimination claims, many firms will confront the challenge of dealing with an employee whose mental disorder impacts or limits his or her job performance.

Spetner on interviews: How to get your next job

Spetner on interviews: How to get your next job

Don Spetner on how to handle your next interview, what to remember, and what behaviors to avoid.

Live interviews still king in the evolving world of digital comms

Live interviews still king in the evolving world of digital comms

There are advantages and disadvantages to the various platforms comms pros use, but the time for debating whether or not they are legitimate venues for comment has long since passed.

It's time for all companies to act together on cybersecurity issues

It's time for all companies to act together on cybersecurity issues

Vox Global head of cybersecurity Corey Ealons explains what companies need to know regarding their digital safety.

4 tips on how to grow your career in PR

4 tips on how to grow your career in PR

Learn the full PR spectrum to build a more effective and strategic approach to achieve the best business results

Are PR pros 'professional manipulators?' This study says not

Are PR pros 'professional manipulators?' This study says not

Columnist Shannon Bowen wrote this week that most PR executives don't think of themselves as "professional manipulators." Here's evidence to back it up.

The future of sex is social, unvarnished, and human

The future of sex is social, unvarnished, and human

MakeLoveNotPorn.tv founder and CEO Cindy Gallop delves into the future of sex as we know it.

Twitter's status as a complaint engine needs to change - and quick

Twitter's status as a complaint engine needs to change - and quick

Anyone familiar with the space knows it's not uncommon to see negative comments outweigh positive ones.

Programmatic advertising: Key terms and acronyms explained

Programmatic advertising: Key terms and acronyms explained

What's all this about programmatic? Key terms and acronyms explained.

You need more measurement intelligence, not information

You need more measurement intelligence, not information

When explaining media coverage and social conversations, are you providing your executive team with a 10-album box set every day or a playlist of the greatest hits?

'We are professional manipulators' - PR pros, are we lying to ourselves?

'We are professional manipulators' - PR pros, are we lying to ourselves?

"Of course I lie ­– I lie because my CEO expects it," said one executive.

DigitasLBi's Jill Kelly: 10 things I know for sure - sort of

DigitasLBi's Jill Kelly: 10 things I know for sure - sort of

A lens into lessons learned as a woman, mother, wife, daughter, manager, and a minority.

Google's memo introducing Alphabet is a masterpiece in rebranding communication

Google's memo introducing Alphabet is a masterpiece in rebranding communication

Google's transition towards the Alphabet parent company is a logical move and its announcement was superbly handled, but that's not the end of the rebrand road, writes The Partners and Lambie-Nairn CEO Jim Prior.

MADD: Talk early, talk often to kids about alcohol

MADD: Talk early, talk often to kids about alcohol

Campaign encourages early intervention by parents because kids weigh pros and cons of alcohol as early as age 8.

Dag Vega on presidential debates in the age of Twitter

Dag Vega on presidential debates in the age of Twitter

Every Republican candidate pushed content to viewers on Twitter during Thursday night's debate - except Donald Trump.

Gilroy: A new dawn for public affairs

Gilroy: A new dawn for public affairs

Increasing efforts to regulate combined with an emerging trend for brands to stand for something purposeful heralds a new era for public affairs, argues Will Gilroy, communications director at the World Federation of Advertisers.

'We're all spin doctors': How building webs can solve the transparency problem

'We're all spin doctors': How building webs can solve the transparency problem

Connectability is corporate communications' answer to the transparency problem.

2015 class will push diversity and innovation even further

2015 class will push diversity and innovation even further

Congratulations to everyone on the list who has taken innovation another step further and inched the industry closer to a diverse future.

When the new boss asks you 'the question'

When the new boss asks you 'the question'

It's one of the trickiest questions of a career, and it's fraught with danger.

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