Of the many reasons executives cite for being hesitant to fully embrace the power of digital communications channels, the fear of losing control is among the most frequent. But that's not to say that the same executives aren't pushing to incorporate these channels into their business plans. According to the results of a recent survey conducted by PR News and Peppercom, it's quite the opposite. Of the nearly 500 professionals who responded to the survey, the vast majority (87%) believes that digital platforms will play a more strategic marketing role in 2008 (for results, see page 2). However, the findings revealed some inconsistencies.
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