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Measuring PR: It’s Not That Easy

The saying goes, “there a statistic for everything.” Case in point, a recent article was published on the Washington Redskins website and it showed that 58.1 million people read an article they posted. Oh wait, they really think that 7.8 billion unique visitors saw the article. Both of those numbers are a bit hard to […]

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YouTube Ad of the Decade

Can you believe it, YouTube just celebrated its tenth anniversary. And guess how they did it – they had a battle of the best ads during their 10-year run. All of the top five ads were created by large companies. Two of them were focused on women – beauty and confidence, two were from car […]

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Rubenstein Public Relations: $38K to Politicians In 2014

When we look at the changing environments of PR, we find large sums of resources, manpower, and money going into various industries. These industries then receive an array of messages regarding the publicity of day to day events or prominent issues. One such industry or sector is politics. Senators Kirsten E. Gillibrand and Edward J. […]

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Rubenstein Public Relations: $38K to Politicians In 2014

When we look at the changing environments of PR, we find large sums of resources, manpower, and money going into various industries. These industries then receive an array of messages regarding the publicity of day to day events or prominent issues. One such industry or sector is politics. Senators Kirsten E. Gillibrand and Edward J. […]

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Rubenstein Public Relations: $38K to Politicians In 2014

When we look at the changing environments of PR, we find large sums of resources, manpower, and money going into various industries. These industries then receive an array of messages regarding the publicity of day to day events or prominent issues. One such industry or sector is politics. Senators Kirsten E. Gillibrand and Edward J. […]

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Rubenstein Public Relations: $38K to Politicians In 2014

When we look at the changing environments of PR, we find large sums of resources, manpower, and money going into various industries. These industries then receive an array of messages regarding the publicity of day to day events or prominent issues. One such industry or sector is politics. Senators Kirsten E. Gillibrand and Edward J. […]

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Rubenstein Public Relations: $38K to Politicians In 2014

When we look at the changing environments of PR, we find large sums of resources, manpower, and money going into various industries. These industries then receive an array of messages regarding the publicity of day to day events or prominent issues. One such industry or sector is politics. Senators Kirsten E. Gillibrand and Edward J. […]