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Let’s Stop Focusing on the ROI of Public Relations

Highlander Consulting’s Gordon G. Andrew says PR pros need to shift their focus from proving public relations’ ROI to using KPIs to measure progress toward specific business goals. | MORE »

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Add Some Conflict to Make Your PR Programs Pop

Looking for an instant jolt for your PR initiatives? Pick a fight, says author George Torok. | MORE »

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Add Some Conflict to Make Your PR Programs Pop

Looking for an instant jolt for your PR initiatives? Pick a fight, says author George Torok. | MORE »

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Don’t Fear Quantitative Information—Put It to Work for Your Clients

In addition to being masters of words and language, PR pros need to embrace quantitative information to turn data into meaningful information. | MORE »

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Don’t Fear Quantitative Information—Put It to Work for Your Clients

In addition to being masters of words and language, PR pros need to embrace quantitative information to turn data into meaningful information. | MORE »

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What to Say When You Can’t Say ‘Yes’

Ogilvy PR Worldwide senior VP Beth Haiken discusses how to combine empathy with honesty when you cannot say yes to a question or suggestion. | MORE »

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What to Say When You Can’t Say ‘Yes’

Ogilvy PR Worldwide senior VP Beth Haiken discusses how to combine empathy with honesty when you cannot say yes to a question or suggestion. | MORE »

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Blocking Employee Use of Social Media? It’s Time to Rethink Why

Matthew Deffebach of Haynes and Boone puts employers’ fear of social media under the microscope. | MORE »

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Blocking Employee Use of Social Media? It’s Time to Rethink Why

Matthew Deffebach of Haynes and Boone puts employers’ fear of social media under the microscope. | MORE »

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Not Always Room at the Table for PR Pros During Media Calls 

Inkhouse Media + Marketing co-founder Beth Monaghan looks at when PR pros should—and shouldn’t—sit in on media interviews. | MORE »

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