Content Marketing VS Public Relations (Infographic)
by Jomer Gregorio on February 23, 2017
Most businesses acknowledge the importance of communicating to their clients, customers, or audiences—whatever term they may address them. Because of the continuous development of technology today, as well as the growing innovation of products and ideas, sometimes, the way these companies relay their messages to them can make or break their reputation.
Public Relations (PR) and Content Marketing are two very related work but are entirely different from each other in terms of usage, cost, reach and success measurement. At the same time, PR and content marketing basically have the same end goal: relay brand’s message to the public.
To fully understand how different, they are from each other, it is essential to know each concept’s definition.
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