PR Practice #7: Reputation Task Force Member Chart of Responsibilities

PR Practice #7: Reputation Task Force Member Chart of Responsibilities 2

The day you started in communications was the day you became a member of the ethics committee and you joined the brand police force.  In public relations, it’s your job to uphold the integrity of the brand and ensure the messaging is consistent and remains intact across all communications channels.  Now, with social media, your […]

Why You Need to Protect Your Clients With a Social Media #Crisis Plan

Why You Need to Protect Your Clients With a Social Media #Crisis Plan 2

A Guest Post By:  Melissa Agnes With the continuous rise in social media activity, and more and more brands learning the advantages of building real connections with their clients and prospects online, we can now say with certainty that social media marketing is here to stay. However, with the sweet comes the sour and many […]

PR Practice #6: The Relationship Analyzer Chart of Responsibilities

PR Practice #6: The Relationship Analyzer Chart of Responsibilities 0

I’m reading an advance copy of the book, “Rethinking Reputation: How PR Trumps Marketing and Advertising in the New Media World” by Fraser Seitel and John Doorley. Early in the book, the authors state, “PR is an ancient art form.” They trace public relations back to the days of Moses. Since the beginning, PR is at the heart of a company’s communications and builds relationships to foster goodwill and confidence with the public. However, a major difference in practicing PR today is the ability to build a meaningful relationship with stakeholders by using technology to deepen and strategically grow relationships for the long term.

 

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