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PR Daily readers took some deep dives this week into how the role of public relations is changing, as well as a primer on how to handle negative social media comments.
8/28/2015 9:00:51 PM
Brand managers can now post photos beyond the social media app's previous dimension requirements.
8/28/2015 6:00:21 PM
PR pros can follow these pointers for smarter, more eye-catching broadcasts.
8/28/2015 1:59:30 PM
We asked to see your very best and were amazed by the work you shared. This year’s entries made the judges’ jobs incredibly difficult. See the full list of winners and read about their work.
8/28/2015 1:53:55 PM
Want to reach and engage more Facebook users? Here are three easy ways to increase shares, ‘likes’ and comments.
8/28/2015 1:51:33 PM
One candidate will have the opportunity to work for Reddit, the front page of the Internet.
8/28/2015 1:46:02 PM
Your tweets now show up on Google, and brand managers may soon have access to GIFs on brand pages.
8/27/2015 1:48:47 PM
Its dashboard can streamline the way you use Twitter—from scheduling tweets to monitoring brand mentions, even helping you identify journalists who'd genuinely love to hear from you.
8/26/2015 1:45:53 PM
Be Digital Giants' infographic offers some solid advice for managing online criticism.
8/25/2015 1:51:02 PM
The Army's social media managers rebutted any notion that the ranger candidates were receiving preferential treatment.
8/25/2015 1:47:17 PM
Ways to keep things positive online and stay up-to-date on social media trends were two key topics keeping folks reading PR Daily this week.
8/24/2015 1:52:09 PM
Not sure what to do with that online professional network? It's not just a place to dump your résumé. Blog, post photos and turn yourself into an industry leader.
8/24/2015 1:45:33 PM
Our Employee Comms, PR and Social Media summit is back – and you can save $200 on your registration before Aug. 28.
8/21/2015 1:50:33 PM
The social media platform included a few entertaining 'insider' stories with its most recent app update.
8/21/2015 1:48:37 PM
Respondents to an Acquity Group survey gave the social network the best average scores. A caveat: The most popular channels all fell in the middle range, from 4 to 6, on scale of 1 to 10.
8/20/2015 1:46:22 PM