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The Conversation couldn’t exist without its contributors – who we’d like to thank for either syndicating their existing blogs or write exclusively for the site.

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Who writes the posts for this website?

The content on the site is individually contributed by public relations, marketing and communications practitioners not directly affiliated to the CIPR.

Registered users syndicate the RSS feeds of their own blogs which then populate the site. The Conversation Team approves the RSS feeds of registered users.

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