Tag Archives: PRSA

Engaging with Wikipedia – Day… well I’ve just given up counting

In the summer I had been inspired to try and see how the ‘ethical’ editing and engagement with Wikipedia worked. I followed the guidelines developed by the CIPR and the PRSA. I found the MEPRA entry and I made some … Continue reading

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Engaging with Wikipedia Day 18 – PRs Edit Wikipedia at their own risk

Firstly I would like to thank the Chartered Institute of Public Relations for accepting and posing my question to Wikipedia on their recent June 20th webcast – see below for the embedded video. It is very clear that this is … Continue reading

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10 skills the PR pro of 2022 MUST have

I love this article from Arik Hanson,  principal of ACH Communications who has addressed PRSA conferences recently. In it, he describes the 10 skills that PR practitioners should develop to remain relevant in 2022. I’m not going to reprint the … Continue reading

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GRI the answer for policing codes of conduct?

This is number 4 of an 8 part series of observations following a study of  ethical, moral and codified guidance provided by a variety of respected Public Relations Associations from the United States, Europe and the Middle East. “Accountability is … Continue reading

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PR standards are a moving target, accelerating at the speed of innovation

This is number 3 of an 8 part series of observations following a study of  ethical, moral and codified guidance provided by a variety of respected Public Relations Associations from the United States, Europe and the Middle East. As observed … Continue reading

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Global Study Finds ‘Shocking’ Faults in Wikipedia Editorial Guidelines

  Earlier this year, MEPRA invited its membership to participate in a global study to understand the PR industry’s perspectives on Wikipedia. The Arthur W. Page Center funded the research which was designed and implemented by a Pennsylvania State University Professor, who is also … Continue reading

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Cupcake Codes Disguise a Common Consensus

This is number 2 of an 8 part series of observations following a study of  ethical, moral and codified guidance provided by a variety of respected Public Relations Associations from the United States, Europe and the Middle East. It is … Continue reading

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An Association’s Code of Conduct is Potentially a ‘Glass Slipper’

This is number 1 of an 8 part series of observations following a study of  ethical, moral and codified guidance provided by a variety of respected Public Relations Associations from the United States, Europe and the Middle East.  It is … Continue reading

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