When I was a journalist, my colleagues and I used to talk about public relations consultants as having gone to the dark side.
Having an online presence is essential for any company to do good business in 2017.
Businesspeople are often great at making connections on LinkedIn. A quick click on connect or accept and you’ve added another name and face to your list. But what happens next?
Picture this. You're at a networking function, when someone introduces you to your dream client. The client flashes you a big smile, pats the enormous wallet in their backpocket, and says "so tell me about your company?"
By the time they are 20, any social media aware teenager will have practiced one of the most important aspects of Public Relations thousands of times.
Coming back to work early, isn't all doom and gloom, as Michele's been finding out. Read her blog about giving yourself time to explore new things and think creatively.
This morning's 7.5-magnitude earthquake and the strong aftershocks that followed were a good reminder about how important communication is in a crisis.
For years, your company Facebook page has been running smoothly – and then all of a sudden a stream of hateful posts are made by an anonymous troll. What do you do?
We were challenged to turn traditional disability-speak on its head for AccessAbility's new website and re-brand. The result: a new way of talking about disability.
Thanks to technology, consumers are more in control than ever before. Are you ready for what's coming next and how are you going to make the most of people power? Our team mate Hannah shares what she learnt from the likes of Google, Twitter and The Huffington Post at the ad:tech conference in Sydney last week.