Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB) is the economic engine of the Cherokee Nation. The Cherokee Nation and its businesses employ more than 9,000 people.
19 Gold Lions For PR Awarded in Cannes This Year There were 19 Gold Lions, 30 Silver Lions, and 34 Bronze Lions awarded for public relations this year at Cannes. Weber Shandwick’s Prime Sweden office won three – one of each color – representing two campaigns – The House of Clicks for Hemnet, a property […]
The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is seeking a web-based social media management services to help achieve transportation communications goals via OCTA social media channels, including: Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube LinkedIn Flickr Yelp OCTA works with federal, state, regional, and local officials, community groups, businesses, and other transportation agencies to provide the public with transportation […]
Corporate newsrooms play a crucial role in the dissemination of information. According to experts, organizations gain a media relations advantage by improving the newsroom experience. The ideal platform provides details on upcoming events, up-to-date press releases, images, and videos. Intuitive interfaces enhance the interaction. Journalists agree that corporate press pages with downloadable content promote the […]
Twitter can be an incredible PR tool, getting the word out on products, events, companies, celebrities, and anything else you can think of is a Twitter specialty. In fact, Twitter is one of the few places where you can easily contact a group of journalists, bloggers, and the like with hashtags such as #HARO, #journoresearch, […]
There’s no surprise that a good image grabs attention, but with the proliferation of social media and digital photography available through the all-important iPhone and a product sure to please, many companies are getting a load of free PR from teenagers. A recent study of Swedish teens aged between 13-17 showed 75% of them actively […]
Up until about 1440 when Guttenberg created his movable type printing press, people got information almost exclusively by word of mouth. Even then, another 400 or so years passed before the press could spin out enough copies to become a going enterprise for daily newspapers. Eventually, radio (1920s) was added and then television (1940s) to […]
Several months ago Facebook teased us with the possibilities of new “reactions,” otherwise known as expanded emoticons. To be honest, you could easily download emoticons for use with a couple hundred options for easy use. But that meant you had to make a comment. These you can use as their “like” button, just click on […]