Public Relations

Public RelationsPR(Public Relations) is not a new word for current industry. For example, recently, two of my friends who were working for their start-up, need to work more on PR.
When I was thinking how to get more traffic on any site or how to make your start-up successful, then I come to know that public relations is playing important role in current era.

What is PR?
The abbreviation PR stands for “public relations”. Just as the term explicitly states, it concerns itself with relations to the public. PR works best when it provides information in an open and honest manner. Opinions can be formed or even changed in this way.

Why is Public Relations Important?
At its core, public relations revolves around this universal truth: people act based upon their perception of facts. If a company claims (such as, by means of advertisements), “We are the best!”, then this is advertising. On the other hand, if others say, “They are the best”, this is then a result of good PR.
Now you can easily understand why PR is getting importance in current time which is more competitive than previous one. Companies are now paying attentions about consumers and consumers are aware about the services that is offered to him. So good PR is the way to offer honest information to public and getting feedback about the service to improve.

How does PR works?
Public relations professionals follow a set of principles in order to achieve success. Most campaigns begin with the identification of the problem or challenge, then move on to setting the public relations’ goal. In order to meet the goal, the public relations specialist crafts persuasive messages and implements key communication tactics while monitoring progress and fine tuning as necessary.


About bijolianabhi

Graduate from Engineering College Bikaner, India in 2010 and working as Open Source activist. I love programming and implementing interesting ideas. I have interest in Mozilla Firefox extension development. I am currently learning basics of python to develop some interesting applications.
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One Response to Public Relations

  1. Kapil says:

    I m much more interested in PR. After reading the blog, I got some solution about my doubts. thanks for the post.

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