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Everything You Should Know About Public Relations - Anthony Davis
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Neubuch, [PU: Viva Books Private Limited], MANAGEMENT, Description: Public relations is now recognized as an important part of modern management and contemporary life in general. This highly readable guide features over 500 eye-opening questions, with answers that will put everyone in the know. Peeling away the layers of confusion, exaggeration and misrepresentation, respected PR guru Anthony Davis provides a clear understanding of public relations and its capabilities. Packed with real-world explanations, examples and anecdotes, this down-to earth account of public relations practice answers all those intriguing questions we have all wanted to ask, such as: • A lot of PR is just about wining and dining isn`t it? • Don`t journalists fix all the news anyway? • Can any competent manager handle PR? How can lobbying help if you`re not an insider? • Do publicity stunts have any value? If you want to find out whether public relations could help your organization, are about to manage a first-ever PR campaign, need to re-think the value of current PR or are planning to redefine its future direction and purpose, Everything You Should Know About Public Relations will be invaluable in demystifying the issues and processes. And if you are a student of public relations, it will answer all those questions that your usual textbooks fail to deal with. Contents: Introduction • Dreams and realities • Myths and mysteries • Is there anyone there? • Fit for purpose • Look at us • Getting on with the relations • Making the connections • A stake in the future • Among the climate-makers • What does success look like? • Tools of the trade • In the beginning • Who does the work? • The consultancy for us • Changing into overdrive • Further reading • Index About the Author: Anthony Davis is a writer, consultant and lecturer specializing in marketing and business communications. He has lectured extensively on PR and trained non-marketing managers and professionals in PR and marketing. He has created and operated successful PR programmes in private and not-for-profit sectors. An experienced broadcaster, Anthony contributes regularly to the business press and gives lectures, talks and workshops to numerous trade associations and business groups, at several universities and for various professional examinations. Target Audience: Corporates, students & academics of public relations, public relations professionals. Special prices are applicable to the authorised sales territory only. Prices are subject to change without prior notice. ISBN 9780749442323 288pp

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Kogan Page Limited/Viva Books 2008, New Softcover . Public relations is now recognized as an important part of modern management and contemporary life in general. This highly readable guide features over 500 eye-opening questions, with answers that will put everyone in the know. Peeling away the layers of confusion, exaggeration and misrepresentation, respected PR guru Anthony Davis provides a clear understanding of public relations and its capabilities. Packed with real-world explanations, examples and anecdotes, this down-to earth account of public relations practice answers all those intriguing questions we have all wanted to ask, such as: aEURc A lot of PR is just about wining and dining isnaEUR t it? aEURc DonaEUR t journalists fix all the news anyway? aEURc Can any competent manager handle PR? How can lobbying help if youaEUR re not an insider? aEURc Do publicity stunts have any value? If you want to find out whether public relations could help your organization, are about to manage a first-ever PR campaign, need to re-think the value of current PR or are planning to redefine its future direction and purpose, Everything You Should Know About Public Relations will be invaluable in demystifying the issues and processes. And if you are a student of public relations, it will answer all those questions that your usual textbooks fail to deal with. Contents: Introduction aEURc Dreams and realities aEURc Myths and mysteries aEURc Is there anyone there? aEURc Fit for purpose aEURc Look at us aEURc Getting on with the relations aEURc Making the connections aEURc A stake in the future aEURc Among the climate-makers aEURc What does success look like? aEURc Tools of the trade aEURc In the beginning aEURc Who does the work? aEURc The consultancy for us aEURc Changing into overdrive aEURc Further reading aEURc Index Printed Pages: 288. First edition, [Everything You Should Know About Public Relations: direct answers to over 500 questionsAnthony Davis9780749442323]

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780749442323
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0749442328
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Publishing year: 2008

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ISBN/EAN: 0749442328

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