Public relations introduction

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Public relations introduction

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  2. 2. Edward Bernays, often described as the father of public relationsPublic relations is a strategic communication process that buildsmutually beneficial relationships between organizations and theirpublics. Edward Bernays, often described as the father of public relations LOGO
  3. 3. Public relations is the“management function that identifies, establishes and maintainsmutually beneficial relationships between an organization and its publicsupon whom its success depends.” LOGO
  4. 4. The function of public relation is to create a climate of mutual understanding between an organization and its publicto manage then organization reputationPublic relation involves building good relations with the company’s various publics by obtaining favorable publicity building up a goodimage and handling or heading off unfavorable rumors stories and events LOGO
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  6. 6. Publicity:Disseminating planned messages through selected media tofurther the organizations interest.Press /media relation :Working with the mass media in seeking publicity or responding to theirinterest in the organization LOGO
  7. 7. Industry Relations: Relating with other firms in the industry of an organization and withtrade associations.Development/Fund-Raising:Demonstrating the need for and encouraging the public to support anorganization, primarily through financial contributions. LOGO
  8. 8. Lobbying:Lobbying can be part of the government affairs programme.Public Affairs:Developing effective involvement in public policy and helping anorganization adapt to public expectations. LOGO
  9. 9. News Audio visual materialsSpeeches Public service activitiesSpecial events Corporate identityBuzz marketing materialMobile marketing Company websiteWritten materials LOGO
  10. 10. Negative public relations, also called dark public relations (DPR) It is a process of destroying the targets reputation and/or corporate identity.The objective in DPR is to discredit someone else, who may pose a threat tothe clients business or be a political rival The building of a dark PR campaign, also known as a dirty tricks or a smear campaign LOGO
  11. 11. Public relations involves creating mutualunderstanding between organizations and their publics.Either in positive or negativeSo try to maintain positive public relations with everyone LOGO
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