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With spring in full swing, the promise of the new was of interest to PR Daily readers this week, with tips for new marketers and communicators topping our list of the most-read stories.
4/17/2015 7:30:42 PM
As Twitter increases the team in charge of protecting users from abuse, updates to Instagram's community guidelines cracks down on bullying and nudity.
4/17/2015 6:00:25 PM
It takes a lot longer than half an hour to effectively manage a brand's social media accounts.
4/17/2015 1:57:18 PM
Two recent studies by Pew Research Center and Piper Jaffray showed those in the 13-to-17 demographic still use the social network, but they don’t favor it.
4/17/2015 1:56:17 PM
Several companies tweeted deals and self-promotional posts under Wednesday's #TaxDay trend on Twitter.
4/17/2015 1:53:26 PM
A recent report by Leadtail and Brightidea revealed the most-followed Twitter accounts by innovation leaders, along with what sources they use to share information.
4/17/2015 1:51:38 PM
This week’s featured position gives one communications pro the opportunity to work with the Global Fund for Women.
4/17/2015 1:46:27 PM
The retailer shut down its stores last month, but it announced its digital return via Instagram.
4/16/2015 1:53:07 PM
Those running the social media platform have made a few recent moves that presage Twitter’s future—and things don’t look too friendly.
4/16/2015 1:48:49 PM
The car-buying website will donate $1 to each photo that's tagged correctly, and features the best photos on its webpage.
4/16/2015 1:46:34 PM
The GOP senator announced his presidential bid by saying leaders ‘from yesterday’ should step aside and let a new generation step up.
4/15/2015 1:49:05 PM
How would the online landscape look in terms of the Starks, Lannisters, Durrandons and other Westeros families? This PR firm mapped it out.
4/15/2015 1:47:02 PM
The company's social media team in Singapore launched a contest in which the 'Shelf Guru' answered consumers' questions.
4/15/2015 1:46:55 PM
The presumed Democratic frontrunner eschewed the traditional speech in favor of a campaign announcement via YouTube video.
4/14/2015 1:49:35 PM
Lynda.com’s training library will become a part of LinkedIn’s offerings, while Twitter is attempting to improve searches. YouTube is putting forth new advertising choices.
4/14/2015 1:47:04 PM