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Those who have been working for years on developing standard practices for PR measurement have long advocated that communicators need to put first the business outcomes that matter most to senior leaders and clients.
“One of the most challenging aspects of working in PR is building relationships with reporters,” says author Tania Luna, who will be the keynote presenter on day two of PR News’ Digital PR Conference in Miami. “Luckily, things get a lot easier when you have the science of surprise on your side.”
“Mad Men” involved concepts that are outdated, but the series still holds crucial lessons for C-Suites and will help them evolve in this quickly-growing digital age.
As with all aspects of the client-agency dynamic, expectation setting and feedback is a key aspect of success.