The 2 major differences that separate PR and marketing

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The 2 major differences that separate PR and marketing
August 26th, 2018 View in browser
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Did you catch our blog series about demonstrating the value of PR and ways to measure (and not to measure) success?

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And finally, our newly-released part 4: Public relations and marketing have traditionally existed in separate camps.

Read on to discover the two major differences separating PR and marketing and check out some other popular blog posts from the past few weeks.

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