PR Measurement - Industry Report: How to Prove Value in PR with Advanced Measurement and Evaluation

Most businesses entered 2020 with significant optimism about their revenue forecasts, buoyed by strong economic growth, low unemployment and a rosy outlook for the future. Then the world changed before our very eyes. Now, communications professionals find they are under greater scrutiny and pressure to prove their efforts to manage, mitigate, and prevent negativity, balance short-and long-term corporate image, provide ongoing reputation management, and maintain support among key audiences.

Corporate executives are carefully evaluating their expenses, placing greater emphasis on making strategic investments in products and services that will deliver bottom-line results. New communications channels have disrupted how organisations interact with audiences in their efforts to uphold a positive brand reputation. As a result, professional communicators must now act with certainty in a chaotic 24/7 global media environment.

Download our report today which showcases the evolution of AMEC’s Barcelona Principles 3.0 and shares how to set key metrics and effectively evaluate results for measurable PR goals that can secure future financial investment. 

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