The Loyal Royal Typewriter, made famous by the San Francisco Chronicle’s iconic columnist, Herb Caen

HOW PUBLIC RELATIONS HAS CHANGED IN 25 YEARS

This blog post, written by yours truly, originally appeared on the Landis Communications Inc. (LCI) blog — LCInsights — on September 12, 2016.

Here at Landis Communications Inc. (LCI), we’re celebrating our 25th anniversary year (yes, the festivities are continuing for a full 12 months!). It got me thinking about how much things have changed during that time: the PR industry was certainly a lot different before the Internet. From typewriters to laptops and from huge client report books to PDFs, the way we work has changed dramatically.

I took a trip down memory lane to think about what else has changed since LCI opened its doors for the first time in 1990. Please let me know what you think the biggest changes have been for the communications industry over the last quarter century.

What’s the biggest change in the PR industry you’ve noticed from when you first began working in business until now? Leave a comment below or tweet me @david_landis. And don’t forget to visit us online to see how our team celebrates 25 years: www.landispr.com.