Global news media is full of stories drawing parallels of last week’s royal hoax to Diana, and perhaps these are not unfounded. But for this new generation of royal watchers, there is one very big difference from Prince William’s mother’s day…social media.
Social media consultants beware! Facebook and other social networks can affect your brain!
Treasury Board of Canada President Tony Clement, sometimes known as the tweeting minister, spoke at last week’s IABC 2012 Canada Business Communicators’ Summit in Ottawa. His told the audience of public relations professionals about his own social media journey and shared some insight into how he sees politics in the age of social media. Clement […]
Checking online reviews has become a normal part of consumer purchasing decisions, and so, companies are paying for or faking these reviews to gain favour and influence preference. By 2014, we could see up to 15 per cent of all online reviews being ‘faked’, according to Gartner, the research company. “With over half of the […]
Research released today by LoyaltyOne and two leading North American academic institutions provides the long-awaited proof that social media interaction between a customer and a brand drives immediate and long-term sales increases. The findings are based on a two-year analysis of brand-customer social media engagement and transaction data with the more than 10-million member AIR […]
IABC Ottawa is holding an excellent event for senior communicators tomorrow all about managing change and now is your chance to book. Whether you are in the midst of workplace change, still picking up the pieces from a recent change, or there’s more change on the horizon, Kellen Greenberg of Systemscope will provide tips on […]