Anything more to PR beyond talking?

August 16, 2010 at 1:53 pm 3 comments

So what do you do? Is a standard question that follows when I tell someone ‘I am a PR & media consultant’. Obviously, this has never sufficed and a lot of those around me don’t understand the meaning of PR!

If someone tells you, I am a doctor; the first reaction it will get is aww! And the respect for that person will multiply by manifolds! Well, mine may not be as ‘famous’ but it is as important because that doctor maybe using PR services to let people know about his specialty and how good he is at his work ( yep, hospitals and doctors do hire PR agencies) ! PR is one of the vertebra in the back-bone of any industry/business/profession. So it may not be ‘the most valued thing’ but if it doesn’t work effectively or develops a problem, can cause huge and sometimes irreparable damage to an image.

Let me look closer to home, even advertising is better off!! At least people know it is what they see on TV or read in magazines & papers.

It was no different when Charan & I got talking about my work but the good part is he understood it better than many others and cheery on the cake; he decided to post an article about my profession on his blog! I had written this one many moons ago but never got to sharing since I didn’t want anyone to think here she goes ranting 🙂 because that wasn’t the intention. So, for those who would care to read through just click here

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. kid  |  August 17, 2010 at 5:21 am

    Flow Control is the best answer…besides, everyone thinks their profession is ‘very important’…and I quite agree on that ….

    Reply
  • 2. aniruddha pathak  |  August 25, 2010 at 2:57 pm

    As Calvin said: I dont need to do a good job, i need better PR on the job that i do 😛

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    • 3. delhizen  |  August 25, 2010 at 3:08 pm

      Ah! at least he understood what wonders it can do 🙂

      Reply

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