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Modern Aesop’s Fables: communications measurement

This is written with huge thanks to Aesop’s original fable about the sun and the wind and the bet they had about who could get a man to remove his jacket.

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A little humility (or realism), please.

The communications industry should temper its view of where it fits in the world. Too often PRs rush into a crisis with missionary zeal. If only the communications had been better all the drama could have been avoided, they say. Continue reading “A little humility (or realism), please.”

Why are we still having a “how to measure PR” debate?

This interview first appeared over at PRmoment.com on 7 September 2016, written by Ben Smith.

This month sees the return of AMEC’s Measurement Month so I thought it was an apt time to ask a few broad brush questions to the guys at The Measurement Practice about the measurement of public relations.

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The Measurement Practice set up to improve comms evaluation and planning

Helping brands and agencies better understand and improve the value of their communications

A group of highly experienced communications measurement professionals have set up The Measurement Practice (TMP) to help businesses, organisations and agencies bridge the gap between the promise and delivery of communications measurement.

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