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How Do You Get Effective PR

By Anna Edwards

There often seems to be misunderstanding about the role of a PR Leeds department or agency. Often people confuse this with a marketing department. Although their functions might overlap from time to time, they do not serve an identical purpose. Let us briefly examine the purpose of a PR Leeds expert.

A public relations firm or the PR department within a company has the job of establishing and maintaining a two-way flow of information between the company and the populace. In the process it aims to make the public aware of the company’s goals, objectives and products/services. It also gives feedback to the company about the public’s feeling about the various aspects of its offerings

An important part of the job description of a PR department/agency is to present the company in a positive light. This is why people sometimes refer to them as spin doctors. This isn’t necessarily their function. Very often you will find that the populace has a negative perception about a company or government department because of a lack of information. Once the PR people has provided all the relevant facts, this perception can change for the better.

For PR to work properly in the long run, the public has to be kept aware of all important company news, whether this relates to products, management, the financial situation or profit levels. This job belongs to the PR people. Their close ties to the media world usually ensure that they can quickly issue press releases and thereby reach a large number of people in a very short time. They often also make use of mailing lists and public speeches to convey company news.

As already mentioned, the public relations effort is a two-way process. Not only must the public be informed, but the management of the company must also be aware of the public’s response to a variety of issues. The PR department or consultants are also often required to provide advice to top management when it comes to issues that will have an effect on public perceptions.

A pr leedsexpert therefore has to maintain close ties with the media. He also has to be a communications expert and be very good at listening to what people are saying. He has to be able to portray his thoughts in a clear way, both verbally and in written format.

If your business or brand needs help from a PR Leeds expert then contact an agency called england leeds pr company and create some real ROI

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Edwards, Anna "How Do You Get Effective PR." How Do You Get Effective PR. 21 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 3 Apr 2015 <http://uberarticles.com/business/advertising/how-do-you-get-effective-pr/>.

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Edwards, A (2010, August 21). How Do You Get Effective PR. Retrieved April 3, 2015, from http://uberarticles.com/business/advertising/how-do-you-get-effective-pr/

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