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How Twitter’s Terms of Service derailed Planters’ Super Bowl campaign

Twitter is not a fan of fabricated fandom. Planters recently learned this the hard way when its “Death of Mr. Peanut” and “Baby Nut” campaign were derailed earlier this month after Twitter announced it...

Jay Devine: How can business owners raise their storytelling game? (Forbes)

Editor’s note: This article first appeared on Forbes.com and features Devine + Partners CEO Jay Devine, among six public relations experts. As anyone in marketing knows, telling a story is what attracts customers to...

U-Haul decides to no longer hire nicotine users in effort to support healthy workforce

U-Haul International, the do-it-yourself moving and storage company, is taking healthy New Year’s resolutions to another level in 2020. In the final days of 2019, the company announced it would no longer hire applicants...

D+P Digital Download: Uber releases first safety report

D+P’s Andy Stettler breaks down the release of Uber’s first safety report

A new Content PR approach — introducing NewsHub

Let’s look at the facts. More than 2,100 newspapers have closed since 2004, according to a University of North Carolina study, and both daily and Sunday print circulation has plummeted by 12 percent.  That...

How to Act Fast During a Communications Crisis

Editor’s Note: This post first appeared on O’Dwyers PR. Find the full story at odwyerpr.com By Christine Reimert It’s been a tough few weeks for brands. Blue Bell ice cream was victim of a...