Happy February! Let's take a closer look at some of this weeks top news stories from the PR and social media world...
Social bowl, Super media
This year's Superbowl is one for the record books. For the first time ever in superbowl history, a social media command center,
made up of 50 social media gurus, has been established in downtown
Indianapolis - where the Superbowl is being held - to provide internet
users with all the necessary information they need. President and CEO of
Raidious say's "it's probably the future of big-event social media." Well, I am certainly looking forward to seeing what changes this may bring!
The new age of media
For any one interested in media relations, here you can find really useful information reguarding the traditional media market, and what you can do to be successful in it.
Thanks to a survey done by the 'NRF' -National Retail Federation - many women (and hopefully me too!) will have a reason to smile this Valentine's Day. With numbers at the highest they've been in 10 years, more than 8 in 10 men surveyed will be dazzling their loved ones with jewelery this holiday.
Show don't tell
Thanks to social media platforms - businesses are able to gain a following and expand their business by connecting with every different kind of person. But telling people how great you are isn't the best way to do things. Follow this advice and you're sure to be successful.