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Best Public Relations Services Announced by toppragencies.com for August 2014

NAPLES, FL--(Marketwired - August 27, 2014) - The one hundred best public relations companies have been named by toppragencies.com for the month of August 2014. toppragencies.com provides businesses with recommendations online to showcase the best PR companies which produce remarkable solutions to businesses searching for a variety of solutions to common issues. Companies are highlighted based on their performance in a thorough evaluation of their key solutions.

The main goal of toppragencies.com is to identify the most illustrious PR services the public relations industry has to offer. The ratings provide customers of these solutions with a listing of services which provide the best solutions based on the opinion of the independent authority with years of experience in research and analysis. The ratings are updated monthly based on the meticulous evaluation process, client referrals, and industry research and analysis.

The 100 best PR firms for August 2014 are:

1- Edelman

2- SSPR

3- Ruder Finn Inc.

4- Konnect Public Relations

5- Waggener Edstrom Worldwide

6- ICR

7- Allison+Partners

8- Regan Communications Group

9- Racepoint Global

10- 20kgroup

11- 20K Group, LLC

12- Elasticity

13- Global Communicators, LLC

14- CCgroup

15- Harris Forbes Associates

16- iprex

17- JCPR

18- Fine Point Public Relations & Advertising

19- Hart Associates Inc.

20- Beattie Communications Group

21- Olson Communications, Inc.

22- Firefly Publicity

23- JMPR Public Relations, Inc.

24- Alpine PR

25- Mpact PR, LLC

26- Hagen PR

27- Janice McCafferty PR

28- Anderson Group Public Relations

29- Paul Werth Associates, Inc.

30- Exponent

31- Kaplow

32- Energi PR

33- JB Cumberland Public Relations

34- Pierce Mattie Communications

35- AMDG Public Affairs

36- Phelps Group

37- Prosper for Purpose

38- IPG

39- Blick & Staff Communications

40- DoubleDimond Public Relations LLC

41- PURE Brand Communications

42- Pilot PMR

43- C. Blohm & Associates, Inc.

44- Redington, Inc.

45- GolinHarris

46- Prosek Partners

47- Richmond Public Relations

48- Colangelo & Partners Public Relations

49- Reilly Group Communications, Inc.

50- Apples & Oranges Public Relations

51- Spectrum Science Communications, Inc

52- Gagen MacDonald, LLC

53- Mutual PR

54- PMK BNC

55- Edge Communications, Inc.

56- SQM Public Relations LLC

57- Barbara Peck Public Relations

58- PetersGroup

59- Morningstar Communications

60- NP Strategy

61- Dukas Public Relations

62- The Kula Group

63- Headwall Marketing

64- Zeno Group

65- AM:PM PR

66- Permitting Partners

67- Public Communications Inc.

68- Media Profile

69- gabbegroup

70- Renata Parker PR LLC

71- Hawkins International Public Relations

72- Publix Northwest

73- Behan Communications, Inc.

74- JFK Communications, Inc.

75- Perry Communications Group

76- Powell Tate

77- 360 Public Relations LLC

78- Germinder & Associates, Inc.

79- On3PR

80- Frause

81- Payton Communications, LLC

82- Peak Communicators, Ltd.

83- Hirons Company

84- CapWest Strategies, LLC

85- MWW Group

86- Dasko Communications Group, Inc.

87- Patriot Strategies

88- Carr Marketing Communications Inc.

89- GaileyMurray Communications

90- Hoffman Agency, The

91- Arment Dietrich Public Relations

92- Hermanoff Public Relations

93- Clearpoint Agency, Inc.

94- Blue Water Communications

95- Fujita & Miura Public Relations, Inc.

96- Concept Communication

97- 42 West

98- The Dilenschneider Group Inc.

99- Maslowski & Associates

100- Blaze

ABOUT toppragencies.com

toppragencies.com is a producer of PR rankings. The primary ambition of toppragencies.com is to establish and reveal those individuals or companies supplying top PR solutions available. Public relations companies are put through a rigorous investigation to ensure the rankings contain the absolute best companies the PR industry has to offer.

For the rankings of the top PR agencies visit:

toppragencies.news-prs.com/us/public-relations-rankings 

Companies interested in being evaluated can visit:

toppragencies.news-prs.com/us/apply-for-rankings

Contact Information
Marc Stephens
Phone: 800-874-2458
9045 Strada Stell Ct.
Naples, FL 34109

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