Online Public Relations provides a practical guide to public relations and the Internet. Endorsed and supported by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, the text covers up-to-date research and gives practical advice on every aspect of successful online public relations.
The internet has totally revolutionized the practice of public relations. This revolution has not only affected the way PR professionals communicate but has changed the nature of communication itself. This thoroughly revised, second edition of Online Public Relations shows readers how to use this potent and energizing medium intelligently and effectively.
David Phillips explores the growth of social media sites such as Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, Flickr etc, and of virtual environments, virtual communities, information sharing sites and blogs. PR practitioners must now explore and experiment with new technologies and new ways of thinking to get their message across - and an environment which has been made far more transparent, due to social media.
Other topics covered include new models of information exchange, commercial implications of the internet, how social media impacts on PR strategy, developing online PR strategies, risks and opportunities and CSR.
This second edition is a timely and authoritative overview of the new online PR. Any PR professional wanting to conduct business in the modern interconnected world will regard this book as a must.
David Phillips is an online public relations pioneer. He has written three books about online PR, lectures at Gloucester University and Escola Superior de Comunicação Social, Lisbon, Portugal and is also the Head of Digital consultancy at Publicasity. He is a Fellow of Chartered Institute of Public Relations and the Society of New Communications Resarch.
Philip Young is a senior lecturer in public relations at the University of Sunderland, specialising in social media and media ethics. He is a lead researcher on the European Public Relations Education and Research Association's EuroBlog project and has run the Mediations weblog(http://publicsphere.typepad.com) since April 2004.
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