Anyone who spent their formative years in a post-MySpace world has received countless warnings to be mindful of what they post on social media.
The “30” Blog
The power of prescience
I am Not a Crook: How to Message Tough Situations
“I am not a crook,” Richard Nixon said in relation to the Watergate scandal in 1973. It was a short, declarative sentence – perfect for a sound byte.
International communications – firsthand experiences adjusting business practices/communications for different cultures
A number of years ago, a communications presentation by Intel made the rounds, inviting some criticism for seeming out-of-touch by offering advice for how American staff at Intel might interact with some of their Israeli counterparts.
A Farewell to Verbosity
Integrating Into the World of Digital PR
The field of public relations is constantly evolving – whether it be through content, strategies and tactics, or even channels through which we, as storytellers, are able to convey our messages.
Blogging for Natural Search
Melwood Global created a website that’s been pinned to the top of Google’s natural (or organic) search listings approximately forever.
Perennially, you might say.
This Week in PR Nightmares...
Strategic communication professionals prepare endlessly for crises and hope we never need to set those plans in motion. Not all crisis communications professionals are so lucky.
The Importance of Government Communications in the Developing World
The first few weeks of the Trump Administration has made one thing very clear -- the relationship between the White House and the Fourth Estate has been contentious, to say the least. The daily press briefings provided by Sean Spicer have been a spectacle.
What NOT to Do at a Press Conference: The Top 5 PR Failings of Donald Trump’s Feb. 16th Press Conference
At this point, it’s easy to predict what Donald Trump’s messaging points are—he’s been saying the same things since his announcement for candidacy back in 2015.
Perception is Reality: Why body language matters when speaking to the media, public
Even before the advent of language, humans were still able to communicate. Those primal forms of communication are still very much at play today, even with our new and improved verbal capabilities.