Viewing posts from April, 2007

The You, You And You Phenomenon

The explosion in user generated content and social media is posing huge challenges for PR practitioners. By Bart de Vries.

Silver Archer Lights The Way

The decade-old Silver Archer awards are given to the best PR campaigns in Russia. Julia Stonogina reflects on what the latest entries and winners say about the PR trends in this vast country.

IPRA President’s News

Philip Sheppard provides an update on his activities as IPRA President, salutes an online re-design and draws attention to some important diary dates.

PR Boosts Third Sector Results

Ron Sereg argues that if NGOs are to be sustainable and effective they must make a commitment to PR.

Switching on the Power of TV

Television news producer turned broadcast PR expert Nick Rabin provides advice on dealing with TV news journalists.

The Road to ERMIS

Rita Malikouti talks us through the recent development of Public Relations in Greece.

Quo Vadis Turkish PR?

The Turkish PR market continues to grow but competition among agencies has put pressure on margins and there are concerns that many local clients do not fully grasp the benefits the discipline can deliver. By A. Cem Ýlhan.

Tech Savvy Sweden’s Consumer High

A combination of technology, creativity and integrated marketing is increasing the size and sophistication of the PR marketplace in Sweden. By Sofia Heidenberg.

Creative Sparkle

Even boring appointment stories can be brought to life given some creative thought, says Andy Green.

Water Divides The World

Access to clean water is a major concern for consumers around the world. James Duffy and Tony Jewell say there are big corporate social responsibility opportunities for those companies prepared to take environmental stewardship seriously.
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