PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE PUBLIC RELATIONS BY LEGASPI

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PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE PUBLIC RELATIONS PRESENTED BY :LESTER N. LEGASPI
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1. DECEIT Never deceive the public with any information you release
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2. CONTACT INFORMATION Contact Name Phone Number E-mail Address Mailing Address Website
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3. TARGET INFORMATION Use a press release, target the audiences that you feel would have the great interest in your press release or marketing data.
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4. PHOTOGRAPHS Including photos in your press release can give the public a visual image that will either add emphasis to your message
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5. MEDIA RELATIONS Good Media Relations will not only give your press releases printed in spots where many people can see it but also result in personal interviews that will gain your company even more
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