Next week I’m squaring up against Antony Mayfield (iCrossing) and Roger Warner (Content and Motion) to debate where modern public relations sits and its ability to deliver in the new online world, or is it in danger of losing out to the Johnny Come Latelies in digital agencies, SEO firms and social media agencies.
Joining me defending the corner for professional public relations will be James Warren from Weber Shandwick.
The debate is in London on April 21 and is organised by Ian Delaney of NMK. There are only a few tickets remaining so hurry along and book your place now.
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3 Replies to “What happens to online PR?”
Looking forward to it Stuart!
PR is a promotion intended to create goodwill for a person or institutions image.then this wholly applies to search engine optimizations and promoting ideas and events to the myriad of internet properties out there. thanks for the post.
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