The devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey has left thousands in Texas’ Gulf Coast homeless and without basic necessities. Brands and consumers across the country are stepping up to help those in need. Here are a few examples of how brands and consumers are working together to bring aid to Texas.
Maybe you're a college student who isn’t sure what it’s like to work in the public relations industry but is interested in the field. Or maybe you’re someone who is simply interested in what a PR pro does all day. The world of PR is quick-paced and stressful, but can be rewarding and thrilling all the same. All your questions about how public relations works will be answered as I give you a quick glance into the life of a PR pro.
It’s become almost automatic to #boycott a brand when they do something we don’t agree with. Social media gives consumers the power to spread their disapproval of a brand’s recent actions to people across the world. Do these boycotts actually have an effect on brands? What can PR professionals do to prepare themselves for a #boycott? Let’s take a look at some examples while we brainstorm solutions to the #boycott movement.
Here we go again! I have become the resident Snapchat vs. Instagram researcher here at BIGfish (see blog post one and two) and every time a new feature is added, I lean more toward preferring Instagram. I know, I’m shocked too!
Marketing to the youngest generation has always been a challenge. According to GenZ, trends come and go so quickly, it’s hard for brands to catch on. So, what do teenagers find cool? I have no idea. But the people at Google are trying to crack the code to GenZ with their new report outlining the coolest trends, tech, and brands according to the world’s newest generation. Will this new data help public relations and marketing professionals reach this audience? Let’s dive in.