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@Soulati | B2B Social Media Marketing@Frank_Strong OK, got it. Thanks for the clarification. I didn't mean the engagement to be hostile, it was just rather unclear to me.
3 years ago on PRSA Response to PR Definition Criticism
@Frank_Strong@AdamHarrisBerkowitz@Soulati | B2B Social Media Marketing@drickey Oh, OK. That I get. It just seemed like @Soulati | B2B Social Media Marketing was criticizing the process itself, despite its being identical to her process, which seems rather odd. But, no, it appears the process was acceptable, but the result are not, if I understand correctly? In terms of the process of garnering input itself, how would it have differed in an ideal world?
So, for instance, if you were PRSA, how would you have gone about this? If it wouldn't have been crowdsourcing (both PRSA and Soulati's approach), do you think the reactions of this crowd would be mitigated? Do you think others would be more inflamed?
@Soulati | B2B Social Media Marketing@drickey "What I did was facilitate a process; I didn't come up with that conclusion on my own nor would I ever assume I can be the one to define PR for the masses." Yes, but that's EXACTLY WHAT PRSA DID. Except with exponentially more respondents. I'm not sure, if you were a third party, you would see your objection to PRSA's efforts and your endorsement of your nearly identical efforts to be congruent.