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Exposing PR’s weaknesses

Exposing PR’s weaknesses

I’m concerned about public relations. In the way that the Texas mother who created the Ignore No More app was concerned by her son ignoring her mobile phone calls.  PR – why are you ignoring all the good advice that’s around you? Even more concerning, why are PR practitioners ignorant of the weakness...

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PR Axis

How to use the Public Relations department of an advertising agency

How to use the Public Relations department of an advertising agency

N.W Ayer & Son, Inc. claimed to be the first US advertising agency (having bought...


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PR Mediums

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PR Motion

Edward Bernays and the College of Communication Management

Edward Bernays and the College of Communication Management

Edward Bernays First College of Communication Management in Croatia. Reporting the...


Presenting the shadows of public relations

Presenting the shadows of public relations

Public relations is frequently presented in a dim light; “entering the dark...


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PR Nexus

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Buzzwords: Much sound and fury, but signifying little

A two-nation blended cocktail chat dissecting buzzwords in the current vernacular By...


Social sniff test: engaging employees as advocates or treating them as commercial commodities?

Social sniff test: engaging employees as advocates or treating them as commercial commodities?

The Paper.li team in Gruyère, Switzerland, during one of the company's thrice-yearly...


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PR Sense

Exposing PR’s weaknesses

Exposing PR’s weaknesses

I’m concerned about public relations. In the way that the Texas mother who...


Public Relations Practitioners, Artists formerly known as Invisibles

Public Relations Practitioners, Artists formerly known as Invisibles

A practitioner’s musing about balancing the visible and invisible work in 21st-century...


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PR Sphere

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The growing global market for the Art of PR

The global art market going East and West bipolar introduces an opportunity to establish...


PRoust Questionnaire: Helen Slater

PRoust Questionnaire: Helen Slater

The PRoust Questionnaire provides a quick insight into a public relations practitioner’s...


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PR Techster

Why public relations must wake up to wearables

Why public relations must wake up to wearables

Things ain’t what they used to be; the end of the beginning around wearable technologies...


Look under the hood at how PR Conversations “performed” in 2013

Look under the hood at how PR Conversations “performed” in 2013

What, not another “year in review” post?! So you may be groaning and...


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PR Vision

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Holmes Truths: Repositioning PR or getting back to where we once belonged?

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Declaring piffle on those “traditional PR” publicity arguments

Declaring piffle on those “traditional PR” publicity arguments

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