The vast majority of companies engaged in PR understand a continuously positive proactive approach is what helps ensure the results we seek. And the primary means for success continues to be positive media coverage. For the largest of companies, at some point this changes. Read More →
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Organizational changes happen. Unfortunately, it seems they usually happen for negative reasons. Google, however, recently restructured as Alphabet to apparently “keep its lead as an innovator.” Meanwhile, Rovio and VW shuffled things around for not-so-positive reasons. Read More →
There’s Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, Vine, Snapchat, etc., etc. About.com lists at least 15 social media sites you should be using. Do people really use 15 of anything? Has social media reached a soiled saturation point? Some of the latest numbers can make it arguable it has. Read More →
Lenovo is currently undergoing a PR crisis for having preinstalled what most consumers consider to be bloatware that, according to many media stories, poses a big security risk to consumers. Read More →
Microsoft recently took the cover off its next significant operating system, Windows 10. According to reports, it is a momentous attempt to unify the operating system experience and applications running atop regardless of the device one is on: computer, tablet or smartphone. Read More →