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A Blessing or a Curse?

In 2013, a survey reported that more than 28 percent of communication crises spread internationally just during an hour and two thirds of crises spread within twenty-four hours. 895 more words

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Truth be told...

Two nights ago there had been gunshots heard in my neighborhood. There were helicopters surrounding the couple streets in front and behind my house, and there were police all over the streets searching cars. 305 more words

You Let Her Do WHAT? How the CDC Took My Last Post to the Extreme

Last week, I spent some time diving into the media tactics surrounding the Ebola outbreak and its resulting scare. Part of this included my suggestion that the CDC only inform people of what they need to know, leaving the other unnecessary, panic ensuing information out. 548 more words

Crisis Communication

Dallas Nurse with Ebola Visited Ohio!

So there’s this new thing, not sure if you’ve heard of it, but it’s called EBOLA. Okay so it’s not new; it’s been all over the news lately. 296 more words

Is your crisis management plan ready for action?

Next week Edelman’s regional Crisis & Risk practice will convene to explore the changing face of crisis communication. The role of crisis communication within PR firms is evolving at speed, particularly given growth in the range of digital marketing services provided by the industry. 568 more words


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Hey guys!

Today I want to talk to you about one of my most interesting classes, Public Relations: Principles and Practices. Being only a sophomore, I haven’t taken a lot of classes focusing specifically on my major, so when I signed up for this class, I was really excited because I knew that I was going to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to work in public relations. 300 more words

What Is a Social Media Crisis and How to Avoid It

Most businesses nowadays are using social media. It is an amazing and free tool and it is understandable that the number of companies which are recognising its qualities increases every single day. 564 more words