It’s been five years since the industry rallied around the Barcelona Declaration of Measurement Principles, agreeing to the first overarching framework for effective public relations (PR) and communication measurement.
The original goal was straightforward: provide guidelines to measure efficacy of communication campaigns; provide a basis to enable the replacement of outdated program measurement models and ultimately to end years of debate as to whether metrics such as AVEs and multipliers should be used. Here are the updated principles and supporting documents.
Download PDF: Barcelona Principles 2.0
Download PDF: Introducing Barcelona Principles 2.0 – Why the Change was Necessary
Download PDF: How the Barcelona Principles have changed from 2010 to 2015