Digital Natives Describe Their Ideal Research Experience
Posted on 10-24-2016 by Kari Abitbol

Both undergraduate and graduate students rely on credible, accessible and diverse content to complete their coursework. In our journey to deliver a new research solution that’s uniquely aligned to their needs, we discovered a few key pain points... Read More

TV Can Teach Public Relations a Lesson or Three
Posted on 10-20-2016 by Megan Burnside

A new media launch is a PR masterclass. No matter the field you promote in, you can draw inspiration and information from observing how movies, television shows and online media offerings present themselves. With the recent launch of fall TV shows in... Read More

3 Trends Nonprofits Should Keep in Mind for Millennial and Gen X Donors
Posted on 10-20-2016 by Kari Abitbol

The world of fundraising is rapidly evolving along with the demographics of donor prospects. You may or may not be surprised to learn that Millennials and Gen Xers now constitute more than two-thirds of the U.S. workforce . Though estimates suggest that... Read More

Anti-Slavery Day 2016: Your Due Diligence Efforts Can Make a Difference
Posted on 10-18-2016 by Ulyana Androsova

Around the globe, countries have declared October 18 Anti-Trafficking Day or Anti-Slavery Day to increase awareness into the ongoing plight of men, women and children impacted by modern slavery. As such, it is an ideal day to look at how companies can—and... Read More

3 Industries that Aren’t Immune to Compliance Risk
Posted on 10-17-2016 by Ulyana Androsova

Gary Cohn, president and COO of Goldman Sachs, knows a thing or two about regulatory risk. After all, the financial services industry faces constant scrutiny—and headline-generating enforcement actions—for violations of anti-money laundering... Read More

Ignite Passion with Corporate Social Responsibility
Posted on 10-17-2016 by Megan Burnside

Being a PR professional today means bringing news outlets and consumers closer to companies than they've ever come before. It's a social media-powered age wherein people examine the organizations they do business with. This often now means ensuring... Read More

Has the Presidential Campaign Turned Into a Research Assignment?
Posted on 10-14-2016 by Megan Burnside

This post was guest written by Courtney Resnicky, a senior at Wright State University. The battle between who is telling the truth, who is twisting the truth, and who is flat out lying during this Presidential election seems to have become more... Read More

Challenge: Capture a Global View of the U.S. Presidential Election
Posted on 10-13-2016 by Janelle Coates

Around the same time that Pokémon Go players started pursuing Pikachus and tracking Tentacruels across the AR world, LexisNexis was augmenting its Web News collection with 3,700 website and blog sources covering Asia and the Middle East to help... Read More

Using Media Monitoring to Manage, Protect and Grow Brands
Posted on 10-12-2016 by Megan Burnside

"I'll leave it to chance," said no PR professional ever. But, do all PR professionals have a fast and effective way to stay atop of media buzz? Last September, we brought together three media intelligence experts to share best practices... Read More

How Globalization Increases the Need for Due Diligence for All Industries
Posted on 10-07-2016 by Ulyana Androsova

Financial services, energy, construction, pharmaceutical and biomedicine—these highly-regulated industries must undertake robust due diligence and risk monitoring. Did you just breathe a sigh of relief because the company you represent doesn’t... Read More

Evolving to Meet Information Professionals' Needs
Posted on 10-06-2016 by Janelle Coates

Earlier this year, reported that “89% of companies expect to be competing primarily on customer experience.” One way that companies can tap into customer expectations is through voice-of-the-customer programs. If you’re a customer... Read More

Candidates Are Missing the Opportunity to Inspire Millennials
Posted on 10-05-2016 by Megan Burnside

This post was guest written by Brandon Teeple, a junior at Wright State University. What topics do you care about? Is it ever-increasing national budget? Or is it, perhaps, protecting gun rights? Each generation has a particular set of issues that... Read More

Are You Brave Enough to Risk Going Viral?
Posted on 09-28-2016 by Megan Burnside

Since the dawn of the social media age, viral success has been a PR goal. The idea of scoring maximum coverage for little outlay is often too exciting to pass up. But that doesn't mean companies should chase this goal recklessly. There are a huge... Read More

5 Strategic Prospect Research & Fundraising Trends for Nonprofits
Posted on 09-28-2016 by Janelle Coates

Co-authored by Kari Abitbol Last week, LexisNexis teamed up with a prospect research duo from The Helen Brown Group for a webinar presentation featuring key insights about the current fundraising climate trends. Elizabeth Roma , assistant director... Read More

What Election Issues Will Have the Largest Impact on College Students?
Posted on 09-24-2016 by Megan Burnside

This post was guest written by Courtney Resnicky, a senior at Wright State University. The election season always brings “hot button” issues into the limelight, and this year is no different. Although many of the issues are universal... Read More