IPR is featuring research and some of the many Hispanic pioneers who have had an impact on the field of public relations in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Nielsen studied advertising spend on diversity and inclusion (D&I) and impacts of advertising on Spanish Language networks (S&L). A review of census bureau data and past Nielsen … Continue reading Understanding Ad ROI on Diversity, Inclusion, and Spanish Language Networks
Accenture researched digital consumers across eight countries and provided suggestions for brands who wish to engage new audiences in digital markets. Primary and secondary data-driven research, including a survey of 3000 consumers across eight countries, was conducted from July 13 to August 13, 2022. Key findings include: 1.) Over one billion “digitally astute” consumers will … Continue reading A New Generation of Digital Consumers
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Does it surprise you that an increasing number of medical patients are using social media to ask questions, raise concerns, or voice experiences? It shouldn’t. For healthcare professionals, this means that social media is no longer the domain of the doctor, physician’s assistant, or nurse — it’s now an extension of our healthcare system in … Continue reading Healthcare, Social Media, and Ever-Changing Consumer Expectations
Author(s), Title and Publication Opitz, M., Chaudhri, V., & Wang, Y. (2018). Employee social-mediated crisis communication as opportunity or threat?. Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 23(1), 66. doi:10.1108/CCIJ-07-2017-0069. Summary The ubiquity of social media has given way to a marked paradigm shift in organizational crisis communication. Whether through LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook, employees of organizations … Continue reading Why Companies Should Enlist Employees in Crisis-Management Preparation