The 2014/2015 flu season has shown little mercy across the U.S., with school districts actually canceling classes because of high level outbreaks amongst students and teachers. This year, the flu virus hit fast, and …Read More →
Posts Tagged with: crisis communications
If you hop on any Internet search engine today and type in “Carnival Cruise Lines,” the first few headlines you see are:
“Carnival Cruise Line in more troubled waters”
“Carnival Cruise Line experiences another ship malfunction”
When the term “crisis communications” is thrown around, people usually think of some catastrophic event, such as the , Tylenol recall or a celebrity gaffe.
But for a PR professional, a regular run-of-the-mill day can …Read More →
How a brand handles a crisis can tell a lot about their company. Putting a brand in a vulnerable or compromising position can really show if they care about their consumers and truly care about …Read More →
Lately I’ve noticed the “Keep Calm and Carry On” poster, which was originally commissioned by the British government in 1939 as part of a World War II public …Read More →
Many members of the A&D industry are active on social media – and if they have an issue with a product or service, chances are they’ll express it online.
Crisis communications in social media offers a …Read More →
Last week I wrote that sometimes people just want an apology when something goes wrong.
This past Saturday I was standing in line to run the 35th annual Cooper River Bridge Run. This race …Read More →
Last Friday afternoon, I noticed that a user on Twitter was complaining about a communication she received from one of our clients. It only took a few tweets for other users to get involved and …Read More →
I came across an article listing the top 10 most stressful jobs in America not too long ago, and was surprised that public relations made the list – the number two spot, to be …Read More →
In our day and age of fast-paced communication, news spreads like wildfire. While technology and social media certainly have many advantages, there are also disadvantages. The recent Rep. Anthony Weiner incident comes to mind. …Read More →