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How men and women use social media How men and women use social media'

While both genders are hooked on social media and mobile devices, they prefer to use the technology differently. Here's what organizations need to know.

5 tasks for every PR person’s daily to-do list From the Archives
5 tasks for every PR person’s daily to-do list
Spring is the perfect time for an audit of your daily habits. Make sure you include these five tasks in this mix.
 
 
How to get quoted: 10 media interview strategies Media Relations
How to get quoted: 10 media interview strategies
Anticipate, prepare, clarify, and practice. If you do those things and a few others, you’ll give reporters a reason to use what you have to say—and use it correctly.
 
 
The problem with ‘brand publishing’ Marketing
The problem with ‘brand publishing’
What’s in a name? When it comes to marketers’ creating and distributing content on behalf of their brands, the name can mean a whole lot.
 
 
What the '90s taught us about PR Nostalgia
What the '90s taught us about PR
From the Olsen twins to Tamagotchis, the pop culture of the millennium's final decade left a lasting impression, offering a few lessons along the way.
 
 
8 lessons from a startup agency’s first months Agency Life
8 lessons from a startup agency’s first months
You might want to skip ahead in time to a point where your new agency is established, but if you did, you’d miss out on some major learning experiences.
 
 
5 ways to fight spin The PR Workplace
5 ways to fight spin
People sometimes consider public relations to be a sordid profession because of practices such as astroturfing. Here are some ways to fight that perception.
 
 
Billboard made of rabbit pelts raises eyebrows Advertising
Billboard made of rabbit pelts raises eyebrows
New Zealand's Hell Pizza is celebrating Easter with a new pizza topping: rabbit. To promote it, the restaurant has covered a billboard in rabbit pelts. Animal rights organizations are not pleased.
 
 
US Airways accidentally tweets lewd photo, apologizes Social Media
US Airways accidentally tweets lewd photo, apologizes
The airline posted a photo of a woman with a toy airplane coming out of her privates in response to a customer question. It has deleted the tweet and said it’s investigating what happened. (UPDATE)
 
 
12 unforgivable writing mistakes From the Archives
12 unforgivable writing mistakes
Avoid this dirty dozen at all costs.
 
 
The unexpected benefits of content promotion Content
The unexpected benefits of content promotion
Promoting the content you post online has an obvious upside—more people see it—but there are a few other good things that come of it as well.
 
 
The evolving, expanding Twitterverse: A look at the latest updates Social Media
The evolving, expanding Twitterverse: A look at the latest updates
Twitter is changing its profile pages to include larger header images and other new features. Many are comparing it to the look of Facebook. Here’s a breakdown.
 
 
American Airlines replies, then deletes response, to joke gone awry Social Media
American Airlines replies, then deletes response, to joke gone awry
After a popular Twitter user who later claimed to be a teenage girl tweeted that she was a terrorist planning a June 1 attack, the airline said it contacted the FBI. (Updated)
 
 
 
 

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