Milo Yiannopoulos Image Repair Findings, Limitations, Implications, Conclusions

By: Alex Bennett and Sara Ghassemi Abstract and Intro Milo Yiannopoulos made statements during an interview that appeared to condone pedophilia. The video surfaced and there was a public outcry against Yiannopoulos. Yiannopoulos’s book was cancelled, and his invitation to CPAC was rescinded. Shortly after the video surfaced Yiannopoulos resigned from his position as editor… Continue reading Milo Yiannopoulos Image Repair Findings, Limitations, Implications, Conclusions

Initial Findings on Milo Yiannopoulos

by Alex Bennett It’s rather telling that in the Facebook post he used for image repair as a result of backlash against his apparent condoning of pedophilia, Yiannopoulos titled the post “A note for idiots.” This seems to imply that anyone who disagrees with him, or reasonably interprets his words as a result of how they’re… Continue reading Initial Findings on Milo Yiannopoulos

Image Repair and Milo Yiannopoulos

by Alex Bennett Until a few weeks ago, I had no idea that Milo Yiannopoulos even existed. When my friend in this Public Relations Programming class wanted to partner up with me for this project, she suggested looking at the image repair strategies of this person because apparently he’s just “so interesting,” and after some… Continue reading Image Repair and Milo Yiannopoulos

Measuring Campaign Success with Metrics

By Alex Bennett It’s important for any public relations campaign to be able to measure whether it has been successful. Due to my groups careful outlining of goals, strategies, objectives and tactics, all we have to do to measure our PR campaign success is unleash the campaign, wait a while, and compare the results to… Continue reading Measuring Campaign Success with Metrics