Why You Should Use Social Media As A Platform For Public Relations

| July 18, 2018

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Social media is the way of the future. If your public relations company isn’t taking advantage of this fairly new platform, now is the time. Currently, the most popular social media options are Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and SnapChat. While the popularity of them can change over time (remember MySpace?), it’s time to admit that social media is here to stay. It’s time to start using it for public relations reasons. Here are five important reasons why, according to PR Consultants Group.

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