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Monthly Archives: February 2011
If you like movies and handicapping contests, there is no better time than Academy Award season. And if you happen to be in PR, as I am, it is interesting to follow news reports about all the behind-the-scenes marketing, maneuvering … Continue reading
I like to focus on the positive stories, even though I know that it is sometimes negative ones that can get the most attention. A lot of this has to do with my belief in Karma – I am, after … Continue reading
The Middle East is on fire with revolution. As many news articles have documented, social media has played a key role, e.g. dissenters have used Facebook to organize and Twitter to have their voices heard. The governments in power have … Continue reading
It is one of those truisms that is especially relevant in the PR world: don't pick fights with those who buy ink by the barrel. While in most cases it is electrons that are at stake these days, the principle … Continue reading
As I blogged last week, I spoke with Dr. Thomas Grant of Forrester about a new report: Tech Marketers Pursue Antiquated Marketing Strategies. Our wide-ranging discussion covered many topics that should be of interest to Flack's Revenge readers. The report … Continue reading