With Angelina Jolie being lauded as a hero worldwide for her valiant effort to have a preventative double mastectomy, there’s also the BRAND and PR story of Angelina Jolie. Even previous to this, Jolie’s brand has shined – Best-selling PR Book “For Immediate Release: Shape Minds, Build Brands, and Deliver Results with Game-Changing Public Relations” by CEO of 5WPR Ronn Torossian had a section on Jolie.
Small Company Perspective on the FleishmanHillard / Edelman Debate and the Future Direction of Public Relations
Marketing, editors and public relations professionals all have the same goal, but how they develop the messaging is completely different.
From Hot Rod icon Dean Jeffries’ passing, to UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s visit with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, this week had its share of ups and downs. In keeping with our weekly series of photo reviews, here’s the week of May 12th in review.
As Mother’s Day is getting closer, the rush to purchase a gift already started. But many find that they already bought their moms a smartphone, a tablet and other fancy gadgets their mothers may or may not really find useful. So what’s next?
Today is just another day for most people in the world. But 68 years ago events spiraled ever chaotically and frenzied, into a future our forefather’s could not imagine. As an American, and as a citizen of the world, Russia’s celebration of victory in World War Two today should, I am sure, be all of ours – the people of the world. The so-called Great Patriotic War the Soviet Union and Russia won, was a victory for all of us.
2013-05-20 By Phil Butler
In EU news, German Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Philipp Roesler has suggested the European Commission making what he terms a “grave mistake” where proposed import duties on imported China solar panels are concerned. However, while Roesler suggests the Commission should bolster trade relations, other experts agree Germany and the EU may well be better served backing off China imports in some areas.
2013-05-20 By Mihaela Lica Butler
Pinterest has deals with popular websites, to categorize pins for products, movies and recipes according to their content, and providing the most useful text information to go with the image.
2013-05-20 By Phil Butler
It’s over. I hate to be the bearer of bad news for online travel agencies, but Google has just taken over the travel game. At least this is the case for anyone who believes a picture is worth 1,000 words – even more where SERPs are concerned. You don’t have to be Danny Sullivan or some other SEO guru to figure Google’s refinement of Top City Attractions an Expedia and other OTA killer.
2013-05-20 By EPR Contributor
Most nonprofits make use of Facebook by building pages and attracting fans. The nonprofit will hire a social media expert to engage the public there. There may be contests that specify that in order to be entered, users must “like” and “share” the page. Or the page may be enough of an attraction that people will like and share the page without contests or prodding.
2013-05-19 By Phil Butler
In case “everyone” out there does not know, we are in the midst of a global economic crisis unlike anything the world has ever really seen. Mired down in a financial crisis that is visiting austerity administered like a beating on the poor and government retirees even, the EU sits differentiated from other stricken regions by its broken constituents. Added to this dangerously precarious situation, arms and security manufacturers’ sales have never been better. Yet Europe is at war with no one.