Seven Things You Will Learn in This Week’s Issue of PR News


1. In 2012, PR executives were ranked No. 7 in a list of most stressful jobs.  2. About 11,000 business books are published each year.  3. Social media users would rather read War and Peace than have to delete their social media accounts.  4. 80% of journalists and bloggers regard images with news as very important and say it improves the chance of them using that content in a story.  5. The estimated economic impact of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge to Colorado was $83.5 million. 6. One source of stress cited by a brand manager is getting internal approval on external messaging.  7. 93% of people believe a “social CEO” improves corporate reputation during good times and bad. 

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