To help out our PR community and in order to share valuable tips among one another, this week’s public relations discussion question is, “Is it ever okay to fake quotes for your CEO?”
Many corporate communications and public relations professionals are talented writers who can script excellent quotes in just minutes. It can be laborious to find the time to meet with a busy CEO who often doesn’t deliver such eloquent and effective communication. Is it ethical to write a fake quote to use for public statements, press releases, and news conferences? Does it enhance the communications of the company or hurt their credibility?
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