public relations

Marketing and advertising companies create slick campaigns to make the oil and gas industry look cleaner. Until they choose not to.
Amazon is accused of putting its warehouse workers at risk during the coronavirus pandemic. Its scripted puff pieces insist they are happy and safe.
The New Orleans Saints are seeking to keep private hundreds of emails allegedly showing that executives did damage control for the local archdiocese.
Exxon Mobil Corp., Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron, Total and BP together have spent more than $1 billion on public relations since the Paris Agreement.
A viral, bizarre interview with Drew Barrymore in an Egyptair magazine was too ridiculous for people to believe, and the actress’ reps are saying that she didn’t even participate in the interview.
Meet the shadowy PR firm working to confirm Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
CAA and Polaris PR back away from the actor after sexual misconduct accusations expand, the L.A. Times reports.
Some tips for a CEO when your company is in crisis.
Do you want to write a book? Writing a book is a labor of love that can be very good for business, but you must want to do
The announcement of an all-female reboot of the franchise - starring some of the biggest names in comedy - was quickly met
What types of metrics are most valuable to demonstrating impact to execs? We track increases in volume of hits to our website
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Fake news is poised to make the leap from an obscure aspect of political skullduggery to a mainstream marketing practice.
For example, you could create an action plan which details the PR activities for a particular month. Outline things like
For InventHelp, this couldn't be a better spokesperson. They are a business who works with inventors to help them patent
It's Okay to Say It Hurt, If You Include How It's Being Remedied By responding directly to the review only when questioned
PR is inherently an unpredictable business.
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