Measuring Up: The PR Measurement Survey


Please respond by September 22

Measuring the results of your PR efforts has become paramount. As a service to the PR industry, PR News, in partnership with Cision (http://us.cision.com), is seeking your feedback on trends in measurement. Please take a few minutes to share with us how you are measuring your communications initiatives. Your feedback will inform an upcoming report about media measurement in PR News, so please take a few minutes to respond.

Bonus for responding: you will receive the full results of the survey and the special report, as well as a new white paper from Cision: “What Web 3.0 Will Mean to You.”

Your responses will be held in strict confidence and analyzed in group format only. Thank you in advance for participating.

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