Monthly Archives: June 2012

Lowbrow Branding Effort

There are so many important stories that I can be blogging about. The Supreme Court Decision on Obama's healthcare plan, for example, and how certain cable networks got the news wrong at first. There is also the Ann Curry affair … Continue reading

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A Good App is Hard to Find: PR Now Critical in App Discovery and Success

It is a common lament these days: so many great apps to chose from, yet how does one winnow through the lists and find the best ones? Seth Schiesel, who covered apps for the NY Times before leaving the beat … Continue reading

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7 Content and Social Media Marketing Myths, Refuted

Using social media to achieve your content marketing goals adds challenges as well as opportunities. One opportunity, and a challenge too, is the rapidly evolving nature of the field. There are always new things to try, however it is also … Continue reading

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NY Times Pans Syria Assad Media Campaign, and the PR Profession

Long time readers of Flack's Revenge know that I am a defender of the field and a little prickly when it comes to its image and treatment.  You may remember a post I wrote a few years ago: PR 2009: … Continue reading

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