Thursday, 8 September 2016
The Importance of PR
The role of public relations – better known as PR, in the modern world and the need of time have laid emphasis on PR and the business environment seems pertaining with it.
As PR is an important link between industries and their customers, it has now become an integral part in creating and maintaining relationships between the organizations and their key audiences.
From keeping a close tab on nerves of public moods to maintaining mutual relations between the organizations and their audiences, PR has an important role in improving channels of communication and setting up multi-way flow of information and understanding.
PR adapts diverse techniques such as exit polls and focus groups to appraise people’s opinion, using high-tech methods for spreading information via internet, satellite feeds, broadcast faxes, and database-driven phone banks.
In crisis period, the PR specialists tackle the odds by providing important and timely transmission of information that helps save the face of the organizations.
Experienced PR agencies have ready-to-serve press releases into which they can incorporate their clients’ news. They also have the list of important publications and their editorial representatives. One could assess the standard of the PR agencies on the basis of their relationship with key reporters, boosting their chances of getting coverage.
As PR is instrumental in building and cleaning up the images of business houses, realtors, politicians and non-profit organizations, PR practitioners are recruited from the high ranks and files of journalism. A public relations officer is an adroit professional with expertise and knowledge in many areas.
The author of this opinion article is Mr. Sanjeev K Jha at PR Professionals