Monthly Archives: August 2012

Share of Voice in PR – the quality of clippings conundrum

Effectiveness is always difficult to measure in PR. Does a two inch thick coverage report at the end of the year justify your annual PR agency spend of internal budget? To some degree, online PR is making measurement easier, but not all articles or online mentions generate a link directly to your contact or product…
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Twitter to Track – technology of the Olympic Games

From the onset, technology has been a key feature to the games. The drama of the Opening Ceremony was created by 70,000 tablets located between the seats in the stands. These tablets had 637,191 lights installed and as the Queen arrived they flashed red, white and blue to create one of the highest resolution Union…
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