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What were the top 5 brand moments of 2020? Twitter asks users to weigh in

What were the top 5 brand moments of 2020? Twitter asks users to weigh in

Here are the favorites.

Communicating in a divided America

Communicating in a divided America

In such a polarized environment, smart communications counsel is required more than ever before – but it has to be extremely nuanced and take account of all viewpoints and stakeholders.

Just for Men trolls Rudy Giuliani: ‘We keep high-profile moments drip-free’

Just for Men trolls Rudy Giuliani: ‘We keep high-profile moments drip-free’

It was the brand’s first tweet since 2017.

Are people being too mean to the raggedy Rockefeller Center Christmas tree?

Are people being too mean to the raggedy Rockefeller Center Christmas tree?

Rockefeller Center is defending the tree. Did it deserve to be roasted in the first place?

PR pros plot Four Seasons Total Landscaping’s next move

PR pros plot Four Seasons Total Landscaping’s next move

Some sound and free advice for a small company thrust into the media spotlight.

Twitter users mock McDonald’s marketing team over McPlant name

Twitter users mock McDonald’s marketing team over McPlant name

But can you think of a better name?

Steve Barrett on PR - Note to Trump: “Enjoy your night mate”

Steve Barrett on PR - Note to Trump: “Enjoy your night mate”

President Trump’s response this week to the prospect of losing the election may have been authentic and on brand, but it was unbefitting of the office and not what the country needs right now.

One big question to come out of the election: Is polling dead?

One big question to come out of the election: Is polling dead?

Surveys badly missed 2020 U.S. election results.

Watch: Seed Factory’s spooky Halloween sequel

Watch: Seed Factory’s spooky Halloween sequel

What happens if you’re back at the office and (gasp) working late.

Steve Barrett on PR: Sky’s the limit for PR within agency holding companies

Steve Barrett on PR: Sky’s the limit for PR within agency holding companies

As the U.S. contemplates the next administration, recent Q3 financials show PR performing relatively well and holding companies targeting aggressive real estate realignments to reflect future working models.