We've all been there: a normal day is interrupted by a frantic call from a client. They're in crisis mode and need your help.
One of the biggest trends of the past few years has been the growing shift of users from traditional PCs towards mobile devices.
Last week, the Phoenix PR Blog was launched, picking up where the Valley PR Blog left off.
We were humbled tonight when InView Communications, together with our client, Farm Credit, were recognized as the 2012 PR Team of the Year by the PRSA Colorado.
During the past few days, the raw power of social media has been on full display.
A few weeks ago, I blogged about a possible $10B acquisition war between Google and Face
Earlier we posted a link on our Facebook page about noted author Malcolm Gladwell's recent assertion
Last week, news hit that Twitter was in "low-level talks" with Google and Facebook about a deal that would possibly allow one of the Internet giants to acquire the world's largest microblogging servic
One of the biggest challenges we face in public relations is convincing clients that social media platforms like Facebook and LinkedIn can be used in business operations.
In December Facebook rolled out its new profile, which marks its second major change to how users' information is displayed.
Huffington PostThis may surprise many people who know me. I am giving up something people associate me with today: Social Media.
Are online pressrooms that important?In one simple answer, YES. A user-friendly online pressroom is essential because it allows journalis...