As brands try to crack Twitter and boost the number of followers they have and retweets they get, here are five scientifically proven tips to get more people to share your updates.
An infographic exploring the link between psychology and public relations.
A timeline of how the Facebook IPO affected the image of the social media giant.
Social Media has transformed the speed in which we communicate. As the exponential growth of social networks continue, here is a look at what happens in 60 social media seconds.
As social media evolves the way we communicate, it has also altered how we pitch to journalists. This infographic, based on a survey of UK journalists by Text 100, gives lessons about how PR professionals should approach journalists on social media.
As brands increasingly look to have conversations with their fans on social media, this infographic explores five new tools that can help brands engage with consumers.
While public relations is largely understood as a modern career, there are several examples through history that show how the art of PR might not be such a recent trait after all. From Julius Caesar’s first campaign to Mark Zuckerberg’s social media revolution, this infographic looks at how the PR professional has evolved through the course of human history.
Half of Facebook’s users log in every day and most of us consider the social media giant a vital part of our online activities. Here, then, is an infographic that asks you to do to the unthinkable — imagine a world without Facebook!
While the world raves about the possibilities of Pinterest for marketing and PR, let’s look at at the other social media players and see what makes them unique.
As Pinterest emerges as the new kid on the social media block, it has registered tremendous, accelerated growth and has piqued the interest of investors and internet users alike. This infographic explores the exciting marketing potential in Pinterest and studies how brands might be able to take advantage of it.