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The power of PR; learning business tactics from students

By Nichole L. Torres • May 5, 2006 Originally published Oct 10, 2002

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Stars of PR

PR is the hottest way to get buzz about a new business. So sayAl and Laura Ries in their new book, The Fall of Advertising& The Rise of PR (HarperInformation). Media stories implycredibility. "Over the years, we've noted that many brandsreally got started with PR," says Al. Remember these big-guytactics:

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