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pub·lic-re·la·tions cam·paign

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  1. public-relations campaignnoun

    an advertising campaign intended to improve public relations

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  1. public-relations campaign

    A public-relations campaign is a series of activities, planned and executed by a person or organization, designed to manage and improve their image or reputation among the public or a specific audience. These activities can include media releases, public appearances, community events, social media interactions, etc., aiming at influencing the public's perception or promoting awareness and interest in their product, service or cause.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of public-relations campaign in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of public-relations campaign in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of public-relations campaign in a Sentence

  1. Dan Coats:

    We must ignore the coming public relations campaign that will trumpet this deal as a victory for diplomacy and the false premise that the deal is a choice between peace and war.

  2. Riana Pfefferkorn:

    From an encryption policy standpoint, now is an important time to mount a public relations campaign touting the benefits of an encrypted chat app, americans recognize that they need and deserve privacy and security for their communications, but they may not know that end-to-end encryption is a great way to achieve those needs, or realize that WhatsApp is [ encrypted ] by default.

  3. Matt Brill:

    Down there, people don’t use screens, people don’t close their doors. They don’t close their windows. So, it’s much harder to fight. So really, in the islands and other areas like that, it’s about a public relations campaign to help people know: Get rid of old tires in your yard (that can collect water). Close your doors. Close your windows.

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