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    Katie Delahaye Paine (twitter: KDPaine) is the CEO and founder of KDPaine & Partners LLC and author of, Measuring Public Relationships, the data-driven communicators guide to measuring success. She also writes the first blog and the first newsletters dedicated entirely to measurement and accountability. In the last two decades, she and her firm have listened to millions of conversations, analyzed thousands of articles, and asked hundreds of question in order to help her clients better understand their relationships with their constituencies. People talk, we listen..

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December 28, 2005

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» Measuring PR Value from Communications Overtones
This is an age-old dilemma, how do we measure the value of PR against other disciplines, such as marketing? This is a simple tool that bears evaluation and a place in the measurement toolbox. [Read More]

» Measuring PR value from Teblog
Katie Paine, a bit of a measurement specialist, has come up with a way of measuring the value of PR for those clients who absolutely insist on it. The method is simple and easily applied. It will appeal to the [Read More]

» New measurement standard for PR suggested from Open (finds, minds, conversations)...
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» Ad equivalency reloaded from PR Works
You know it, you hate itits ad equivalencythe worst way to measure your media coverage, but probably the most common. Measurement maven Katie Paine has a great post on her blog outlining an interesting new way to give those ... [Read More]

» PR measurement: war of words from Teblog
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Dennis Howlett

The simplicity of this comparison belies a truth that PRs often ignore. The circulation reach has nothing to do with the number of people who read the material on the page.

My rough and ready assessment implies around 2-5% of what's in ink actually gets read - that's before you think about impact effectiveness.

With blogs and traditional websites, you know exactly which pages get read and what is ignored.

David Jones

Fantastic post. I really like the simplicity. So many clients are loathe to move off of ad equivalency. The PRV ratio may just be the first baby step they need.

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