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I’ve known Lin Pophal for years through her work as a writer for eContent, HR Executive, and others; have pitched her client stories and my own thought leadership topics (I’m in her eContent story on content curation tools). Earlier this … Continue reading
Long time readers of this blog may recall my Extreme Media Relations series, about those who go overboard to sway the press. It’s been years, but I thought I’d post another just for Peter Thiel. In case you’ve been living … Continue reading
You have big news coming up, like a major company or product launch. Should you try to make a splash at the next major show? The answer depends on a number of factors. The press swarm around the big tech … Continue reading
I really loved the AMC show Breaking Bad. It seems like only yesterday that my girlfriend and I binged on it, getting through all the seasons in a couple of months. This time I wanted to get an early start … Continue reading
If you are interviewing PR agencies, a good question to ask is: “what business are you in?” You may get a confused look; tell them that they have come to the right place and you really want to know. If … Continue reading
So is native advertising (sometimes called brand journalism or, more generally, content marketing) a curse or cure all? Is it good for what ails online advertising? Or does it confuse consumers and prevent them from getting unbiased news ? Farhad … Continue reading
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