Category Archives: Public Relations

The Next Evolution Of Brand Storytelling

With more than 400 million active users every day, stories—the interactive videos at the top of social feeds—are eclipsing other forms of content and are quickly becoming the status quo of sharing.
— Read on www.cmo.com/opinion/articles/2019/3/11/the-next-evolution-of-brand-storytelling.html

Influencers Are Abandoning the Instagram Look – The Atlantic

The look made famous by the platform just doesn’t resonate anymore.
— Read on amp.theatlantic.com/amp/article/587803/

Facebook can’t find enough local news for its local news service

Facebook can’t find enough local news for its local news service
— Read on www.engadget.com/amp/2019/03/18/facebook-local-news-availability-today-in-journalism-project/

Behold the Glitzy Splendor of New York’s Hudson Yards – CityLab

With super-tall glass towers, a luxury mall, and a ’grammable urban spectacle, Hudson Yards is very much a development of its time.
— Read on www.citylab.com/design/2019/03/hudson-yards-real-estate-development-skyscraper-architecture/584623/

New PreSchool for 285 Kids Living in Poverty

Filming at the new Opportunity PreSchool in West Palm Beach. Set to open in early Summer for 285 children living in poverty. A project by Civic Association Director David Gilmour, founder of Fiji Water.

Facebook’s US user base declined by 15 million since 2017, according to survey – The Verge

Facebook’s user base is shrinking, particularly in the coveted 12- to 34-year-old demographic, according to new survey data compiled by market research firm Edison Research. The survey, which only collected data about users in the US (Facebook’s most lucrative market), found that 15 million fewer people use Facebook today than they did in 2017, with the biggest drop being among teen users and millennials.
— Read on www.theverge.com/2019/3/6/18253274/facebook-users-decline-15-million-people-united-states-privacy-scandals

Bad News for Travel and Tourism Brands: Vacation Shaming Is a Thing – Adweek

Bad News for Travel and Tourism Brands: Vacation Shaming Is a Thing – Adweek
— Read on www.adweek.com/brand-marketing/bad-news-for-travel-and-tourism-brands-vacation-shaming-is-a-thing/