Like a big overgrown baby that’s how.
Now don’t get me wrong, there’s a lot of unethical practices such as astroturfing going on out there.
But I think I’m safe suggesting that the vast majority of PR is about helping companies and individuals communicate more effectively with their audiences (shock! the web 2.0 crowd won’t be happy with that).
The vast majority of us don’t spend our time having fantastically covert briefings in darkened car parks. The vast majority of us have ethics, families, friends and lives.
PR Watch absolutely performs a useful watchdog service, but by tarring everyone in PR with the same brush they are only fulfilling their own worse nightmare. It’s FUD – that’s all.
|Whenever I hear people ranting about PR people’s dark mission, I always wonder should I view my family like the poor henchman’s widow in the Austin Power’s movie who gets that call that her husband has been killed. And while he’s clearly evil his family are normal and clean living.
My conscience is clear baby!