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Buzzwords are annoying, but they can cause real problems if used without direction. Here’s how to make sure you’re giving and getting enough clarity.
On the very eve of 2016, we looked back to see which were the most popular posts for the Success @ Creative PR blog, according to pageviews.
Fake news isn’t just for political campaigns anymore. As Comet Ping Pong found out over the false Pizzagate conspiracy, anyone can be a target.
Karwoski & Courage is frequently looking to fill public relations internships at our headquarters in Minneapolis.
Twitter Dashboard lets you schedule Tweets, and offers insights about your Tweets’ performance both on the desktop and via a mobile app.
19 marketing lessons from the bands that are playing at the 2016 Basilica Block Party.
Don’t make the mistake of assuming that because you’re in a B2B industry, you can’t reach your audience through Facebook.
The problem with sentiment analysis is a lack of context. Will Facebook Reactions provide the context to make sentiment analysis reliable?