Public relations

Public relations,

Definition of Public relations:

  1. The profession or practice of creating and maintaining goodwill of an organizations various publics (customers, employees, investors, suppliers, etc.), usually through publicity and other nonpaid forms of communication. These efforts may also include support of arts, charitable causes, education, sporting events, and other civic engagements.

  2. The professional maintenance of a favorable public image by a company or other organization or a famous person.

Synonyms of Public relations

PR, Ballyhoo, Blurb, Bright light, Celebrity, Common knowledge, Cry, Currency, Daylight, Eclat, Exposure, Fame, Famousness, Glare, Hoopla, Hue and cry, Limelight, Maximum dissemination, Notoriety, Plug, Press notice, Public eye, Public knowledge, Public report, Publicity, Publicity story, Publicness, Puff, Reclame, Report, Spotlight, Write-up

How to use Public relations in a sentence?

  1. I envy people who have the ability to work in public relations because it means that they can communicate clearly with anyone and can make a lasting impression on people.
  2. The company is attempting to improve its image after an aggressive public relations complaint, that includes sponsoring local sporting events, dedicating a new public arts installment, and partnering with schools to provide after-school enrichment activities.
  3. Public relations is often looked down on by the media.
  4. She had always wanted to work in public relations , because she thought that changing somebodys image was an exciting idea.

Meaning of Public relations & Public relations Definition