PR firms' revelatory Wikipedia entries

Scott Baradell at the entertaining Media Orchard blog has a cracker on the shambolic state of the ‘big PR brands’ Wikipedia entries. This dovetails with my regular insistence that 70% of the world’s top PR brands have been, somehow, linked to PR disasters.
Scott writes: “All in all, if you read their Wikipedia entries, the top PR firms sound more like criminal enterprises than successful corporations. This goes to the fact that Wikipedia has a clear anti-corporate bias — no two ways about that. But the sad state of PR firms’ Wikipedia entries should also be a lesson to potential clients — don’t believe the hype from agencies that pretend they’ve mastered this new world.

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