On April 4, Facebook will show the first of 25 midweek, daytime Major League Baseball games. Viewers will be able to watch the live stream on smartphones, tablets, computers and other connected devices, including home TVs. Who remembers when Facebook was just a place to keep in touch with former classmates?
Bre attended her first-ever AZIMA (Arizona Innovation Marketing Association) event called “Get Engaged! (No Ring Required)" with guest speaker was Nani Saffer, vice president of account management at NetBase Inc. She talked about how engagement is the strongest indicator of what’s working and what’s not for your client's brand.
Anyone who knows Rachel knows how much sh love Twitter and #hashtags. If she comes across an article about anything related to Twitter and it is on one of her favorite PR news websites, PR Daily, it is pretty much guaranteed that she will read it. So she loved it when she came across the blog post “6 takeaways from @PRDaily’s year on Twitter” from Carlin Twedt.
The most recent Snapchat redesign has sent users into a tizzy. So much so that hundreds of thousands have signed a petition to revert the update. But should the social media platform reconsider? [Click below for more]
If you’ve read my blog posts, you may have noticed that I reference Buzzfeed, like, a lot. Buzzfeed has my heart, not only because of its off-beat content and humorous take on everyday life, but because it also operates as a reliable news source, and I’m pretty excited about a new change they’re implementing.
Last week I attended the PRSA Phoenix State of PR 2017 + Annual Meeting luncheon and it was great! The luncheon included a great panel that reviewed trends in technology, communications, ethics and more.