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Monthly Archives: August 2008
Managing PR teams comes with its share of challenges. You want your teams to have what they need to succeed – the information, resources and support of clients and management. You want to make sure that they have the proper … Continue reading
My news radar has been tuned to "Twitter + PR" for awhile now, so I guess it is time that I shared my latest thoughts about the service. Initially I was very skeptical about it. Twitter seemed like just one … Continue reading
The New York Times had a couple of excellent articles yesterday, which should be of interest to tech PR and social media PR folks. There is a silver lining in enterprise tech spending numbers, and it is in the clouds … Continue reading
Lying on the beach for five days at a stretch – as I have done while on vacation in the beautiful Outer Banks of North Carolina this week – puts one in a reflective mood. And one of the things … Continue reading
I don’t do political PR, and this blog only dabbles in politics, yet as a PR person I must say I love campaign season. Particularly when it comes to something as prominent as a presidential election, there is no better … Continue reading
I joined the PR profession by way of engineering to sales support to tech marketing and then sales, until I finally realized that the career aptitude test that I took way back in the beginning – right after I graduated, … Continue reading
My colleague Chris Michaels blogged just the other day about crowd sourcing news in his post on Fusion PR forum. This is the flip side to User-generated PR, a topic I just wrote about. Crowd sourcing and collaborating on news … Continue reading
There was a new round of teeth gnashing over the state and future of PR driven by posts on some of the highest profile blogs earlier this week. Anyone who cares about the field should have a quick read here … Continue reading
In my last post I discussed that the best job security for PR in a down economy is to make sure your programs are really working (of course, you should always strive for this). And the more your efforts can … Continue reading