Samples "Public Relations"

Public Relations

New Product Promotional Campaign

My firm has just been chosen to develop a promotional campaign for a new product that is a kid-friendly app that runs as a platform for new games, videos, training, education, and television that is especially catered towards media and entertainment that is not only loved by the kids but...

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Health Public Relations Plan

An assessment of the health needs and requirements of patients and communities accessing health care from our health facility reveals the need for a vigorous plan to rejuvenate the state of public relations. The new Public relations plan seeks to promote the hospital through a new branding strategy that will...

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Crisis Management and Communications

Developing a comprehensive approach to managing crises is crucial for any organization regardless of the industry or area of professional activities due to the fact that improper response to crises may ruin the reputation, thus incur vast financial losses and even lead to bankruptcy. For this reason, it is essential...

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Public Relations Case

Juli Briskman, the woman whose picture went viral after she raised her middle finger at President Trump’s motorcade was fired from her work place. She was biking to work when Donald Trump’s motorcade was leaving a golf course in Virginia. As they passed by, Briskman instinctively flipped at the motorcade....

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Public Relations Blunders

For many corporations, using social media is a way to attract and engage with customers that falls under the umbrella of public relations, the building and managing of reputations through the activity of disseminating information between the public and an organization. Social media “provides new opportunities and threats for today’s...

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PR in the Not-For-Profit Sector

The public information model is founded on the principal of dissemination of information that is truthful and accurate. Its purpose is to tell a story. Organizations using the public information model typically use such means as news releases, brochures, TV commercials, and static web pages to get the information to...

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Public Relations Plan

The school entry requirement is the cornerstone of the U.S vaccination policies. The program decrees that all students without medical contraindications to be vaccinated against certain diseases before school admittance. Vaccine requirements vary from each state and apply only to schools receiving state or local funding – although most parochial...

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The Role of Public Relations

Introduction Public perception is an ever-growing concern for businesses and organizations. Over the years, organizations have put much effort into building their image and reputation. The National Football League (NFL) is no exception to this rule and have recently made notable steps in increasing their public relation strategies. In the...

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Digital Publishing

Step 1: Create urgency. ASK is a professional human resources advisory firm. Recently, it acquired a client who was a specialty publisher of medical journals. This client was faced with the challenge of fully integrating digital publishing in its management population. The challenge including making considerable changes in the working...

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Coca Cola vs Pepsi

The marketing war between Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola is gaining new attention, which is providing more popularity for the trademarks. Historically, both brands have been niche drinks; trying to gain more and more consumers. Fans of both brands are paying attention to such differences flavors and advertising strategy, although there are...

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Coca Cola Case Study: Public Relations

In the case study presented by King and Naryhama (2000) in the Harvard Business Review (HBR), “Coca-Cola's New Vending Machine (A): Pricing to Capture Value, or Not?” the problem that Coca-Cola faces is an avalanche of bad public relations (PR). The fundamental problem is that the press took a derogatory...

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The Public Relations Practitioner

Public Relations is a department in an organization or firm that is concerned with the way in which the public views the organization and seeks to get approval for the firm’s activities. The Practitioner here then is the person assigned the duty of seeking approval from the public for the...

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