|By Marketwired .||
|September 3, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
NAPLES, FL--(Marketwired - September 03, 2014) - toppragencies.com has named the 100 top public relations agencies producing solutions in the PR industry for the month of September 2014. Businesses searching for effective public relations solutions turn to the ratings produced online in order to find agencies which have been evaluated by an independent third party. The ratings are reassessed monthly to account for the latest accomplishments of top competing PR agencies and to feature the top producers of effective solutions.
To most adequately support buyers of public relations solutions the independent research team at toppragencies.com performs a thorough investigation of experienced and reputable PR firms. The investigation involves the use of a set of evaluation criteria consisting of five areas of investigation to benchmark and compare contending firms based on their core competencies. The five areas of evaluation include creativity, overall performance, needs analysis, implementation, and reporting.
The 100 best public relations companies for September 2014 are:
3. Ruder Finn Inc.
4. Konnect Public Relations
5. Crenshaw Communications
8. Regan Communications Group
9. Racepoint Global
11. 20K Group, LLC
13. Global Communicators, LLC
15. Harris Forbes Associates
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.
32. Energi PR
33. JB Cumberland Public Relations
34. Pierce Mattie Communications
35. AMDG Public Affairs
36. Phelps Group
37. Prosper for Purpose
39. Blick & Staff Communications
40. DoubleDimond Public Relations LLC
41. PURE Brand Communications
42. Pilot PMR
43. C. Blohm & Associates, Inc.
44. Redington, Inc.
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
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
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.
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
toppragencies.com is a well-known independent authority on public relations. The primary goal of toppragencies.com is to identify and reveal those individuals or agencies offering the best PR solutions all over the world. A specialized team of researchers examine thousands of applicants each month who are seeking to be ranked as a top PR product or service by the independent authority.
The 100 top public relations firms for September 2014 can be found at:
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