Friday Wrap #179: Facebook punishes clickbait, Instagram intros Stories, native ads still deceive

Friday Wrap #179Two new sections make their debut in today’s Wrap: Video (which may well become a recurring section) and Instagram Stories (just because there was so much diverse reporting on the new Instagram feature). The Friday Wrap is, my weekly collection of news stories, posts, studies, and reports designed to help organizational communicators stay current on the trends and technology that affect their jobs. These may be items that flew under the radar while other stories grabbed big headlines. As always, I collect material from which I select Wrap stories (as well as stories to report on the For Immediate Release podcast, along with stuff I just… Read More »

Friday Wrap #178: Ice Bucket Challenge redux, sponsored Reddit posts, social network dissatisfaction

Friday Wrap 178Welcome to the Friday Wrap, my weekly collection of news stories, posts, studies, and reports designed to help organizational communicators stay current on the trends and technology that affect their jobs. These may be items that flew under the radar while other stories grabbed big headlines. As always, I collect material from which I select Wrap stories (as well as stories to report on the For Immediate Release podcast, along with stuff I just want to remember to read) on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow. If you want to make sure you never miss an edition of the Wrap, along with extra material only for subscribers, sign… Read More »

Friday Wrap #174: Facebook’s friends focus, searchable stickers, calm design, cynicism for CEOs

Friday Wrap #174The Friday Wrap is my weekly collection of news stories, posts, studies, and reports designed to help organizational communicators stay current on the trends and technology that affect their jobs. These may be items that flew under the radar while other stories grabbed big headlines. As always, I collect material from which I select Wrap stories (as well as stories to report on the For Immediate Release podcast, along with stuff I just want to remember to read) on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow. If you want to make sure you never miss an edition of the Wrap, along with extra material only for subscribers, sign up for my… Read More »

Friday Wrap #173: Instagram’s half-billion users, Vine’s 140-second limit, Tumblr’s live video

Friday Wrap #173The Friday Wrap is my weekly collection of news stories, posts, studies, and reports designed to help organizational communicators stay current on the trends and technology that affect their jobs. These may be items that flew under the radar while other stories grabbed big headlines. As always, I collect material from which I select Wrap stories (as well as stories to report on the For Immediate Release podcast, along with stuff I just want to remember to read) on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow. If you want to make sure you never miss an edition of the Wrap, along with extra material only for subscribers, sign up for my… Read More »

Friday Wrap #172: Facebook videos inspire chatter, Millennials alter company comms, and more

Friday Wrap #172The Friday Wrap is my weekly collection of news stories, posts, studies, and reports designed to help organizational communicators stay current on the trends and technology that affect their jobs. These may be items that flew under the radar while other stories grabbed big headlines. As always, I collect material from which I select Wrap stories (as well as stories to report on the For Immediate Release podcast, along with stuff I just want to remember to read) on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow. If you want to make sure you never miss an edition of the Wrap, subscribe to my weekly email briefing.

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Free Webinar on June 17: Re-invent your internal communications for the 21st century

Webinar: 21st-Century Employee Communications (Noon EDT on June 17)

“I have some senior managers questioning the need to retain dedicated internal communications specialists. Why not just get others in the Marketing team to chip in to support, they suggest.”

That was the message I got from a corporate communications manager in mid-May. It wasn’t the first time I have heard this sentiment. Or the second. Not even the third. The fact is, the workplace conditions that gave rise to the internal communications function have changed so dramatically that, unless we change too, the very notion of a discrete employee communications function could be rendered obsolete.

In this free webinar, I will outline the… Read More »

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