For years now, as the Internet has grown in stature and the number of audience channels has risen exponentially, the phrase “content creation” has also come to the forefront. PR professionals are now urged to behave as journalists for their clients and corporations, literally becoming content factories to keep fresh content flowing via a number of platforms—with the Web being the most important.
Art of the Steal: Protecting Content Requires a PR Policing Presence
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