The 2012 PR Yearbook [Infographic]


The Pope tweeted, Instagram and Pinterest exploded, Groupon's stock grounded and SOPA was sunk—just some of the PR highlights of 2012 (though, let's not forget about the biggest PR blunders).

In the spirt of a high-school yearbook, Boston-based Version 2.0 Communications provides us with an infographic highlighting the biggest news events—and the news makers behind them—from the past 12 months. Don't forget to get your copy signed by as many of the cool kids in the office as possible. 

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Once you've closed the book on 2012, check out some New Year's Resolutions that PR Pros Can Actually Keep.) 


 

Source: Version 2.0 Communications 

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