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Raleigh/Non-profit workshop: WaterPartners Village: Coordinating multiple social networks into a single awareness campaign. Featuring: Chris Shigas and Chelsea Cullen (French/West/Vaughan)

Raleigh/Non-profit workshop: WaterPartners Village: Coordinating multiple social networks into a single awareness campaign. Featuring: Chris Shigas and Chelsea Cullen (French/West/Vaughan)

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  • 1. Case Study: WaterPartners Village Council of Public Relations Firms 2.19.09 PUBLIC RELATIONS STRATEGIC BRAND CONSULTING ADVERTISING e·MERGING MEDIA
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  • 10. Media Relations
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    • Generated more than 13 million media impressions and over $529,000 in PR value
    • Doubled traffic to water.org compared to World Water Day 2007 and achieved the highest ever visitors to the Web site
    • Almost 700,000 views – driving traffic to www.water.org , where 83 percent of the visitors were new
    • WaterPartners is currently building new relationships with the PepsiCo Foundation, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Clinton Global Initiative and the ONEXONE Foundation – and in 2008, received grants totaling $5.1 million