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Is PR ethical? Only when its practitioners are

  Is PR ethical? Only when its practitioners are


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International Public Relations Association Limited.

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PR: The ultimate word of mouth

  PR: The ultimate word of mouth


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Public Relations: Solving Problems

  Public Relations: Solving Problems


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Government relations: the art of winning over politicians

Government relations: the art of winning over politicians
Influencing government policymakers is hard to do but the chances of success are increased by adhering to a set of basic principles. By Benjamin Haslem.
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Is Social Media Always Necessary for PR?

- by Richard D. Pace Leave a Comment

Is Social Media Always Necessary for PR?


Social media increasingly plays a strategic role in not just marketing, but public relations as well. In today’s digital world, it’s virtually impossible to reach customers, get the word out, and maintain a youthful image without social media. Everyone’s online — young and old — though different demographics gravitate towards different social media platforms

Brands: Your Online PR Crisis Is Your Fault (Report)

- By Kimberlee Morrison 

Brands: Your Online PR Crisis Is Your Fault (Report)


Reviews, feedback forms and public complaints are all information that brands can use to manage their reputations online.

Survey reveals executive thoughts on digital transformation


Survey reveals executive thoughts on digital transformation


IFS's Digital Transformation Survey has unveiled how senior decision makers in 20+ countries view the need for digital transformation, what technologies will drive the transformation, and who owns the area within the company.

Eight tips for a successful programme


Eight tips for a successful programme


There are eight important considerations when planning a Mandela Day programme by corporates or individuals.

Augmented reality: more than just fun and games

-  By: Jason Ried

Augmented reality: more than just fun and games


The Pokemon Go augmented reality (AR) mobile game has taken the world by storm - even before its worldwide launch - sending fans out into the streets in droves, and leaving businesses wondering how to capitalise on this phenomenon.

Our predictions on the future of SEO


Our predictions on the future of SEO


The upheavals in SEO over the last few years have been quite dramatic and, it seems, this trend is set to continue into the future.

Restaurant PR – for Good Times and Bad

- by Archie Obrien Leave a Comment

Restaurant PR – for Good Times and Bad


We’ve said it before a thousand times. One of the biggest mistakes brands make when it comes to brand reputation and visibility is to wait until things go awry to request help from PR experts. In contrast, proactive brands in the market understand that good PR is a great way to get ahead of the competition and reach their target market.

The Hillary Clinton Email Controversy is a Lesson in PR


The Hillary Clinton Email Controversy is a Lesson in PR


The long saga of Hillary Clinton and her private email server is finished. FBI Director James Comey announced that the FBI would not recommend any criminal charges against Hillary Clinton.

#MobileFocus: Mobile apps have changed communication

- By: Louise Marsland

#MobileFocus: Mobile apps have changed communication


Mobile applications, or apps as they are known, have fundamentally changed the way people interact with the world, connect and communicate. Many SMEs want to develop products, like apps, to differentiate themselves in the market.

Preparing for 2020 vision with service, technology


Preparing for 2020 vision with service, technology


No longer a distant time, 2020 is only three and a half years from now and companies need to look in earnest at the trends shaping our social world.

Public Relations in Space: How to Pitch a Product That Doesn't Exist


Commercial space travel is on the rise, and with it, budding young upstarts are looking to plant their flag in the next big thing. But how do you get investors to cough up dough for products that don’t exist? Here’s what experts at the NewSpace 2016 conference said were the best ways to make your star dreams come true.

Tips on how YouTube videos can drive consumers to purchase your product

-    By: Nicola Graves

Tips on how YouTube videos can drive consumers to purchase your product


Today's consumer need to stay informed about your product offering and what the benefits of purchasing those products are. You need to find consumers where they are and progressively this is the digital realm - online.

Brexit: EU PRs see uncertainty, a public affairs boost and an opportunity for Dublin

- by Sam Burne James

Brexit: EU PRs see uncertainty, a public affairs boost and an opportunity for Dublin


The UK's imminent departure from the European Union leaves an uncertain future for PR firms based in EU states - but there may also be a short-term boost for public affairs specialists, and an opportunity for Dublin to host non-European firms looking for an entry into the market.

Digital printing: Limits beyond imagination

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Digital printing: Limits beyond imagination


Digital printing is not new but it takes strides in innovation and ever more adventurous applications every day. Printing from a digital-based image - files such as a PDF - directly to a variety of media, has opened up infinite possibilities for design, colour, surface options and impact.

Why Social Media Is the Perfect PR Channel


Why Social Media Is the Perfect PR Channel


I’ve worked in digital since the dark days when we still called it “interactive.” Things were simpler. There was no Facebook or LinkedIn. An integrated campaign (which was a new term) meant one that included search-engine marketing, e-mails and banner ads.
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