Public Relations Today
Tagsalgorithms B2B big data blog blogging blogs book blogs blogging advice brand analysis branding company blogs competition content marketing crisis management crowdsourcing Facebook fake news Google headlines high tech influencer marketing journalism launch marketing media media relations media tracking media training newsfeed newsmastering pitch positioning PR promotion public relations SEO SMW social media social media PR social tools Social Tools Summit startup tech tech PR Trump Twitter
Get more stuff like this
in your inbox
Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.
Thank you for subscribing.
Something went wrong.
we respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously
Follow me on TwitterMy Tweets
- > 2007 > June
Monthly Archives: June 2007
Thomas Friedman had a great column (The Whole World is Watching) in the NY Times yesterday that touched on some related themes I have been discussing in my recent posts about user generated content (UGC) and PR. According to Friedman, … Continue reading
You usually need to wait until a product actually ships until you hit the "Trough of Disillusionment" (see Wikipedia definition). But some negative articles are (and have been) already starting to appear about the iPhone. The EDN / Brian’s Brain … Continue reading
As I discussed in my last post, there is a raucous new dinner guest at the media table and that guest is the consumer (AKA "user"). A fickle and sometimes cranky type, consumers are flexing their muscles and expressing themselves … Continue reading
Pete Blackshaw wrote a good article for ClickZ, Who owns the Influencer? It echoes some of the broader points I have been making about the changing shape of PR. He makes the point that consumer generated media has resulted in … Continue reading
This post sadly notes the passing of that icon of propellerhead geekdom, Don Herbert, otherwise known as Mr. Wizard. My baby boomer readers and friends who grew up in the 60’s will fondly remember him. Here is the Associated Press … Continue reading
Allow me to digress from my usual Tech, PR and Web 2.0 topics regarding something everyone is buzzing about: the last Sopranos episode. No, I will not be the 500th person to talk about Chase whacking the viewers. I was … Continue reading
As I posted previously (in "PR and Web 2.0 Hacks, Mashups and Utilities"), Yahoo! Pipes seems like it has great potential for the intrepid Web 2.0 savvy PR professional. It allows you to mix and match Web data sources from … Continue reading
Not long ago I was discussing with my friend Lisa Langsdorf (communications manager for About.com / NY Times and a real PR pro) the challenges of factoring online media into the PR equation, and she brought up an interesting perspective. … Continue reading
As I have made pretty clear in this blog, I strongly feel that the Web 2.0 world (including blogging tech, the blogosphere and Wikis) presents challenges for the PR profession, but also opens up important new opportunities. Keeping with this … Continue reading