2016 Public Relations Trends: Are You Ready for What #PRisNow?

The PR Newswire (Victoria Harres) wrote: Change is inevitable. For the sake of progress, change is absolutely essential.The PR Newswire (Victoria Harres) wrote: Change is inevitable. For the sake of progress, change is absolutely essential.

"If you’ve worked in PR longer than a couple of years you’ve likely thought about how different your job was two years ago, let alone five or ten years ago. So much has changed about how we do our job and what is expected from us, and it continues to change.

A few months ago PR Newswire asked PR professionals what they thought PR is now, which was a follow up to a similar question we posed in 2012. As in 2012, we were inundated with great responses from the public relations community.

After unveiling the new infographic, we continued to consider your responses. Some of them made immediate sense and were not unexpected, but others – like the response “PR is Relationships” — begged for further reflection."

The PR Newswire (Victoria Harres) wrote: Change is inevitable. For the sake of progress, change is absolutely essential.

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