By Todd Murphy | June 8th, 2016
Earlier this year we launched the first of two surveys to develop a valid means to use public relations’ outcomes to indicate future PR tactics. The information we analyzed from that survey, Expanding Public Relations into Predictive Analytics, has allowed us to move to the second phase of our research.
In our effort to develop Outcome-based PR Tactics, tactics that are indicated by the outcomes of your immediately prior efforts, our media measurement team has designed the next survey. Click here to take 5 minutes and be a part of this research. In our first survey we sourced detailed PR tactics that PR professionals might use, given a specific PR scenario. The 28 questions in that survey have been distilled into 8 general PR scenarios, with each scenario having four-five possible tactics to choose from. We now want to survey a wider array of PR professionals to determine which single tactic is most favored, given a specific type of PR scenario.
[For more information on our Predictive Analytics research, read our prior blog EXPERIENCED PR PROS PROVIDE INSIGHT ON TACTICS ]
[To view the initial survey, phase 1, visit our Image & Innovation channel on the Commpro.biz industry site. Expanding Public Relations Research into Predictive Analytics ]
We understand many factors contribute to a PR plan, but as a “next-step” indicator, we believe using big data to help you when deciding on next steps could be extremely valuable to you and your clients. At the end of this survey you can register to receive the final white paper outlining our findings.
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