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Unformatted text preview: 3. Measure intensity of feelings. 4. Dont use fancy words or words than have more than one meaning. 5. Dont ask loaded questions. 6. Dont ask double-barreled questions. 7. Pretest 8. Offer a reward 6. Communications audits are typically used to analyze the standing of a company with its employees or community neighbors. 7. Tools used to measure public relations outcomes are, surveys, focus groups and communications audits. 8. Evaluation is important because it determines what happened and why by measuring results against established objectives. 9. Questions pertinent when evaluating a web site may be, does the web site convey the message that the creators intended it to? Is it easy to find all information? Are there broken/dead links? 10. The first factor to be considered in conducting Web-based research is the credibility of the site itself....
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2010 for the course COMM 272 taught by Professor Shaffer during the Spring '10 term at Ocean County College.
- Spring '10
- Public Relations