Posted by Ruth Atherley of AHA Creative Strategies on June 08th, 2016
What’s the purpose? That’s a question that we often ask when working with clients to plan proactive, positive PR campaigns, in delivering issues or crisis communication, and in creating any type of content – articles, online, web or social media copy, video, news releases, speeches, presentations, media pitches, brochures, ads and so much more. And it’s one we ask clients over and over again because it’s easy to get sidetracked with what you can do – and the reason for doing it can take a backseat.
The challenge that we, as communicators, face in today’s world is that we have … Read more
Posted by Ruth Atherley of AHA Creative Strategies on March 25th, 2014
We do both positive, proactive PR and issues and crisis communication here at AHA. And for these two very different sides of communication, there are many similarities in how we approach them.
One key element for both proactive PR and issues and crisis communication is to pay close attention to the response that is created from the announcement, information or campaign.
Traditional media coverage often provides the opportunity for the community to weigh in, to provide comments online and, sometimes, to vote on a survey. And, of course, Facebook and Twitter provide a great deal of insight into how people … Read more