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Article • 09/07/2020

[eGuide] PR & media intelligence glossary

“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough,” said Albert Einstein.

The PR and comms industry is crowded, complex, and often confusing. The prevalence of PR jargon and sector-specific colloquialisms can make the industry seem exclusive and difficult to navigate – a veritable minefield of information. But once demystified it is as easy to understand as learning your ABCs.

Signal AI’s comprehensive PR & Media Intelligence Glossary is a handy guide to the industry and will help you understand the previously unknowable.

Download the PR & Media Intelligence Glossary now.


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