toppragencies.com Proclaims January 2014 Ratings of Top Media Public Relations Companies
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) January 12, 2014
The independent authority on public relations, toppragencies.com, has declared the top media public relations consultants in the PR industry for the month of January 2014. Various consultants are put through a thorough investigation of their services to ensure only the absolute best media public relations consultants are showcased each month. The rankings are produced by the independent research team through painstaking benchmarking and analysis to identify the top consultants offering media public relations services.
The 10 top media and publishing public relations companies for January 2014 are:
1) Hill+Knowlton Strategies
2) APCO Worldwide
3) Waggener Edstrom Worldwide
4) Ruder Finn Inc.
5) French / West / Vaughan
6) Shift Communications
7) M Booth & Associates, Inc.
8) Ogilvy Public Relations
9) Fahlgren Mortine
10) Horn Group
Media PR services are put through the toppragencies.com genuine analysis process in order to determine which services provide the best overall service. Services are selected based on merit identified by performance in the analysis process. This process consists of the use of a set of analysis criteria, connecting with client referrals, and performing various market and industry research projects.
toppragencies.com is an established independent research firm focusing on the evaluation and listings of public relations services all around the world. The listings are established by the independent research team each month to highlight the top media PR services based on their performance and their rating achieved through the proprietary evaluation process.
The 10 best media public relations consultants for January 2014 can be found at:
Media and publishing public relations consultants interested in being evaluated and published can visit:
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