Monthly Archives: January 2014

Is the Changing Media Landscape a Boom or Bust?

I had the privelege of submitting a post for CommPRObiz, a news hub for 75,000 C-suite and communications professionals, according to the ProfNet description. My topic, which ran yesterday, was a response to the recent Huffington Post story: Courting Controversy … Continue reading

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PR in the News, by Any Other Name

Awhile back I wrote about the terms that typically surround "public relations" and "publicity" in news reports.  I included a word cloud that showed the prevalence of a dark set of descriptions (e.g. crisis, nightmare, disaster, etc.) As I said then, … Continue reading

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Secret to great tech PR? Messaging, messaging, messaging!

We're all familiar with the jokes that list three identical things as a punch line (e.g. "location, location, location" for factors driving real estate value, or "money-driven, money-driven, money-driven" as the three most important qualities of a salesperson; by the … Continue reading

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