It is possible for companies to avoid the all-too-common employee-fueled social media crisis.
List of free coronavirus crisis communications resources.
All companies, large and small, need to be prepared at any given time should a crisis happen that affects the company, employees, stakeholders, and community.
Can you use the tactic of “newsjacking” and not look like a jackass?
The Social Shake-Up Show is the "only social media conference of its kind in the world —focused on using social media to “shake up” your brand, your sales, your customer engagement." Now that is an idea that I can get behind! I was super excited when asked me to come aboard as a writer for … Continue reading What’s Shakin’? The Social Shake-Up: Media Articles by Julia Angelen Joy
We got to spend some time with one of my favorite Twitter friends, Keith R. Pillow (@CaddyMarketing) who owns Caddy Marketing, an integrated marketing consulting firm focused on branding, public relations, and social media strategies for SMBs. We share the same birthday, so as a verified Virgos, we see things the same way most of … Continue reading Storytelling in Public Relations – A Prime Time PR Chat About Telling Stories for Better PR
Having worked in public affairs and for elected officials in a variety of roles, I love to watch PR and Politics collide. It happens more and more these days and senior public relations professionals have to be prepared for when (not if) their company gets plunged into a political issue. Often unintended, the results can have … Continue reading PR & Politics: When Public Relations and the World of Politics Collide for Businesses