On Friday, we reported on the results of Dow Jones’ analysis of which large and mid-sized firms in the U.S. and U.K. got the most media coverage in traditional media in 2010 (social media analysis is forthcoming). Among those on top – Hill & Knowlton, Grayling, and Allison & Partners.
We’ve heard numerous times from a variety of firms that the focus on client work makes PR for the agency a secondary concern. (And note, this analysis doesn’t say anything about who pitched what or what the sentiment of the coverage was like.) So, we’re curious –
Is it a good or bad thing to be among the firms with the most media coverage?
The poll is open until next Monday at 11:59 p.m. ET. Cast your vote.