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Creating a Public Relations Proposal
A discussion on how to create an effective public relations proposal.
# 152490 | 2,344 words | 1 source | APA | 2013 | US
Published on Feb 24, 2013 in Communication (Public Relations)


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Description:

The paper relates that creating the best public relations proposal requires determining how the proposal will be designed to have the greatest impact and how this program would benefit an organization. The paper discusses the recommended content of a proposal that would include an introduction, a review of the objectives, a look at the possible challenges that could be faced and how they could be mitigated, and a competitive analysis of the overall strengths and weaknesses of other organizations. The paper explains how this program would benefit an organization and applies all these ideas to a new library that is opening up for a university.

Outline:
Designing the Public Relations Proposal to Have the Greatest Impact
How this Program would Benefit an Organization
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"To create the best public relations proposal requires that you include several key elements such as: an introduction, the objectives, the possible challenges that could be faced/how they could be mitigated and competitive analysis of the overall strengths / weaknesses of other organizations. Before putting any kind of public relations proposal together, it is important to identify who will be the target audience. In the case of the library, this would mean that the targeted audience would be a number of different groups. The most notable would include: former alumni, philanthropists, local business leaders, community organizers, the general public, current students and the faculty.
"When looking at the first element of the pubic relations proposals, the introduction, it is clear that this is designed to introduce the audience to the subject matter. This where there is usually some kind of catchy opening that will catch the attention of the reader. In the case of the university library, they more than likely would want to include a catchy head line and an effective introduction of the new library to the different audiences. ("How to Write a PR Proposal," 2010)"

Sample of Sources Used:

  • How to Write a PR Proposal. (2010). Retrieved June 9, 2010 from E How website: http://www.ehow.com/how_4764802_write-pr-proposal.html

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