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Podcast: A PR Professional's View on Trends in 2017

by Abbie Wilson

In this audio-podcast I will be asking PR professional Emma Gardner’s opinion on a few upcoming trends the PR industry may see this year, previously identified by myself. 104 more words

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Reputation ≠ Image ≠ Brand

The terms reputation and image still pose confusion among scholars and especially those in the communication industry. The thin line between the two has made most people fail to distinguish the meaning of each term and, as a result, have used them interchangeably. 571 more words

Tips to improve your online reputation management.

Observing the popularity of the social media and networking business scenarios has now changed a lot. As a business owner, it is essential for you to listen what the customer wants to say about your business. 352 more words

Don't panic.Be crisis management ready.

The best time to be ready for a crisis is yesterday. If not today. This could well be the cardinal rule in crisis public relations. Yet, this is also far fetched from reality in organisations of today. 560 more words

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United's new PR quest?!

United Airlines is by now a case study in crisis management – rather in the ‘how not to respond to a PR disaster’.  The disembarking of a passenger in an inglorious and rude fashion, in this age of citizen journalism, and oblivious to mobile cameras recording the event, will cost United a fortune in terms of brand value. 239 more words

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Online Reputation Management Services India By SEO Zooms

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We are offering an outstanding and cheap Online Reputation Management services in India. You can resolve your reputation management issues by contacting us and we are ready to provide a free consultation. 28 more words

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[Infographic] 5 Best Ways to Increase Survey Response Rates

When was the last time your business sent out a survey to your current database of patients, clients, or customers? Surveys are important for your business for the following reasons: 144 more words

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