PR 2.0

NPR reported in “blog-ola” today on the growing rift in the mommy-blogosphere over the impact of marketers leveraging this influential group. As people turn to blogs for news, they are coming to rely on a group that does include some trained journalists but for most part is made up of people who do not follow […]

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Like many of my friends and colleagues, I am still trying to figure out how to use Twitter in my professional life. If using it to keep in touch with friends or to monitor the news and share links, the process is not difficult. However, depending on who you follow and how many, it can […]

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A discussion surfaced on LinkedIn last week in the Public Relations and Communications Professionals List. With 17 comments within 12 hours (and counting) this posting hit a nerve. Seventeen comments may not seem like much but in my experience with LinkedIn, good discussions are few and far between. (Feel free to comment on this observation.) […]

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