Crafting a Robust Communications Strategy to Propel 2024 Company Growth

Note: This is a reposted blog by our Public Relations Global Network Partner, Nick Leighton – NettResults. For the original blog, please visit here. A well-orchestrated communications strategy is pivotal for fostering company growth in today’s competitive business landscape. Now is the time to plan for 2024. If you can get your planning right today, you’ll have an aligned brand message…
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Will Generative AI Replace Marketers and Content Creators?

Note: This is a reposted blog by our Public Relations Global Network Partner, Katie Casciato – Roopco. For the original blog, please visit here. Over the past year, artificial intelligence (AI) has taken the world of marketing by storm as it has emerged as a powerful, rapidly evolving tool for automating content creation and other marketing-related tasks. In fact, the global market for…
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Event Sustainability: The Triple Bottom Line

Note: This is a reposted blog by our Public Relations Global Network Partner, Danielle Dickinson – The Castle Group. For the original blog, please visit here. There is a lot of chatter in the events industry around sustainability and how frameworks such as the triple bottom line (TBL) and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors influence event planning. The triple bottom line leans into…
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“We Still Need to Fight Misinformation and Disinformation”

Note: This is a reposted blog by our Public Relations Global Network Partner, David Wills – Media Profile Inc. For the original blog, please visit here. The slippery slope of misinformation and disinformation is getting steeper. And when you add politics to the mix, it’s like throwing oil on the slope, too. While I am encouraged that many people are adapting and…
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Healthcare PR: Not for the Faint at Heart 

By Brianne Murphy Miller, Senior Counselor  LANDIS has worked with healthcare and health-adjacent clients – such as Centre for Neuro Skills, Amgen, Altais, UCSF, Sutter Health, Global Alzheimer’s Platform, Merck, the Brain Health Registry, Johnson and Johnson and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford – for decades. We’ve lived through Dr. Google, a pandemic and health insurance meltdowns. “Health” is a broad term that seems to include…
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Communications is not Optional – Especially Now

By Staff It’s an interesting time to be a communicator. The economic outlook is uncertain, traditional media are struggling to remain relevant, social media continues to be inundated with misinformation – is it any surprise that public sentiment is fickle at best? At the same time businesses and business leaders are expected to speak out and take stands on issues…
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Crisis? Here are 7 Communications Actions to Take Immediately

By Andy Lowe Successful crisis communications strategizing occurs before an incident. But, in the heat of the moment, it can be difficult to prioritize and act accordingly. My boss at the college radio station believed in Murphy’s Law: If anything can go wrong, it will. While I don’t share that same sense of optimism, it instilled in me that it’s…
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5 Communications Things To Do Immediately When A Crisis Occurs

By Brianne Miller, LCI Everyone’s heart skips a beat when faced with a communications crisis. Whether it’s an employee issue, product recall or natural disaster that affects your business, here are 5 tips for weathering the storm during a crisis: Assemble your team. Crisis means “all hands on deck.” It’s imperative to get everyone together quickly to figure out who…
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