Listings of Best Celebrity PR Companies Declared by toppragencies.com for October 2013
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) October 25, 2013
The independent authority on PR services, toppragencies.com, has made public the 10 best celebrity public relations services in the October 2013 edition of the listings published online. Businesses searching for illustrious celebrity public relations services access the listings at toppragencies.com. Each celebrity public relations service highlighted within the listings has been put through a thorough analysis to learn how well they perform compared to industry standards and competitors.
Celebrity PR consultants are judged in order to uncover which produce the best overall celebrity PR solution. This is produced through the use of a set of examination criteria consisting of five areas of evaluation used to benchmark and compare celebrity PR consultants based on the most essential aspects of celebrity PR solutions. The five areas of examination used during this process include buzz generation, venue selection, needs analysis, overall performance, and profile raising.
The 10 top celebrity PR services for October 2013 are:
1) Uproar PR
2) Indra Public Relations
3) 5W Public Relations
4) RF Binder Partners, Inc.
5) Ruder Finn Inc.
6) FTI Consulting, Inc.
7) 360 Degrees Publicity Shoppe
8) BML Public Relations
9) Landis Communications Inc.
10) 42 West
toppragencies.com is a organizer of public relations rankings. The central objective of toppragencies.com is to determine and declare those individuals or firms providing top public relations solutions available. Celebrity PR firms are put through a methodical evaluation to ensure the listings contain the absolute best firms the public relations industry has to offer.
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