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Last year PRmoment.com created a PR salary survey in order to determine how experience, PR sector, gender and application method affects how much you get paid in PR. The infographic shows how your level of PR experience and PR sector affects your annual salary. - epublicitypr.com

Love how it compares then and now next to each other using different colors and simple images to represent each side and then at the bottom noting the comparative qualities.

Ist der Twitter-Chat die neue Pressekonferenz? Wir haben die Infografik "PR Then & Now" in der Agentur intensiv diskutiert. Was meint Ihr, welche der Trends haben sich in der PR-Praxis durchgesetzt?

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Press Release: Dos & Donts One of those rare infographics that is usefully insightful, designed distinctively without the design being distracting, and not overly long. Kudos all around.

Outstanding: Influencer Marketing is a hot marketing term these days but long before GroupHigh and Influencer Marketing became popular public relations pros have known the secrets of the influencer.

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Excellent comparison of PR then and now. A lot has changed with advancements in technology. A lot has become more accessible and and available. However, some things will never change, which is PR pro's must have credibility, facts, relationships, speed, preparedness, authenticity, storytelling abilities, and thought leadership. #APSUCOMMCHAT

The Most Overused #PR Words of 2012. #infographic

It had been a while: we're excited to award our #infograFAIL to this self-serving, badly designed, information poor #infographic about food PR & Marketing. This is the embodiment of companies rushing to do infographics because they are the hot content marketing trend. And, in the process, giving infographics a bad name. This one is comically bad and the punch line is that it was done by a PR/marketing agency. We call it poetic justice.

Differentiation in between traditional PR and content PR. While PR strategies focused on press release distribution, newsletters and printed publications, content PR on the other hand is a far more social animal...

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