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As the state works to contain the worst forest fires in its history, officials are turning to Twitter and other online channels to handle its crisis communications.
6/17/2013 9:00:17 PM
Added as both a noun and a verb, the Oxford English Dictionary breaks at least one of its own rules in approving its newest term.
6/17/2013 7:30:47 PM
Whether it’s in real life or merely online, no one likes being lost. However, these few companies seem to be making the best out of it for its consumers.
6/17/2013 1:59:55 PM
The site is the go-to resource for tons of people looking up information about anything at all—including you. Make sure the information about your brand is accurate.
6/17/2013 1:57:02 PM
In the first of a new series on PR Daily , we’re advising you on the dos and don’ts for using the popular microblog—although it’ll take more than 140 characters to do it.
6/17/2013 1:51:02 PM
Get a 360-degree social media education with this Sept. 20 boot camp.
6/17/2013 1:50:52 PM
From advice for young professionals to the disappearing act of marketing agencies, these are the top stories that caught PR Daily readers' interests this week.
6/17/2013 1:48:24 PM
After a writer at the network suggested draping a flag over a table for a Fourth of July cookout, conservative websites and Facebook commenters went ballistic.
6/17/2013 1:47:55 PM
In seeking advice on how marketers and PR professionals unplug while taking time off, we learn the simple yet harsh new truth facing industry practitioners: They don’t.
6/14/2013 1:53:15 PM
Natural writing talent helps, of course, but here is accessible advice to make the most of every post, regardless of your skill level.
6/14/2013 1:47:25 PM
You know them: They rant, post trivial updates, or just plain creep you out. It's OK to avoid them. Step away from the keyboard.
6/13/2013 1:51:38 PM
Get valuable and immediately-useful social media practices at this October summit.
6/13/2013 1:50:15 PM
It’s called ‘social’ media for a reason, of course, but relationships with the platforms themselves often go deeper than we’d like to admit. As the song goes (sort of), the first tweet is the deepest.
6/13/2013 1:47:36 PM
A profane video that a customer shot in a Dunkin’ Donuts store is making the rounds online today. Most of the criticism of the video focuses on the customer, but it may not be attention the brand wants. UPDATE: Dunkin' Donuts is honoring the employee berated in the video.
6/13/2013 1:45:19 PM
Infielder Ian Stewart’s complaints about seemingly having no prospects for escaping the minor leagues may have set back his career even further.
6/12/2013 1:55:50 PM