Yet another public relations crisis has shed negative light on our profession and the ethical standards we work so hard to uphold. The recent Burson/Facebook debacle has received a lot of attention and commentary from the media and the industry over the past week. If you’ve been following this story, you know that many people […]
In honor of the recent PR Boost on Aug. 15th, PRSA Colorado is doing a series of blog posts on nonprofit public relations in August. At PR Boost, each volunteer, who must have a minimum of three years experience, will consult with two nonprofit organizations during two separate 60-minute sessions. If […]
Emily Crowley from a local online community, Disaboom, gives the do’s and don’ts of creating a unified social media marketing campaign.
Disaboom is an interactive online community and health resource for people with disabilities. Our purpose is to disseminate information that is […]
Frontier Airlines Corporate Communications Director Steve Snyder responds to Andrew Hyde’s post about his unofficial social media outreach on behalf of the airline.
First, we certainly value Mr. Hyde’s business and his opinions, and we appreciate the fact that he started his FrontierAir […]
Erin Blakemore of VOCO Creative provides tips on creating a winning Facebook page.
The statistics are stunning (and even a bit creepy): with more than 100 million logins per day and over 200 million active users worldwide, Facebook is […]
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