PR 2.0 has jumped the shark

Brian Solis: […] PR 2.0, therefore, is significant and it is worthy of discussion, rather than ridicule. And let me point out, that there will not be a 3.0 or any other rev numbers, unless there is another tremendous evolution, fusion, or breakthrough in the practice, science, and art of communications. Too late, Brian: The …

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The PR blogosphere continues to grow | PR Blogs List update

Here’s the latest update of the PR and Communications Blogs List. As always, corrections and recommendations are welcome.   General information: The list has currently 674 feeds (previous update: October 22, 2006) About the list — description & FAQ Browse the list in Grazr (I’d recommend using this page as a reference, although the public …

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Converseon is welcoming a very special Young fellow

Hey, the headline says it all! :) I’m really happy to announce that, starting today, Paull Young is joining Converseon as Senior Account Executive, and that we’ll work together to create social media strategies for our clients (here’s the official press release, including an audio message from Paull). Paull needs no introduction. He built a …

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2007 PRWeek Awards Highlights

(Follow the links to PRWeek’s The Cycle for more info on each campaign/winner) PR Innovation of the Year: Text 100 Public Relations: Get a Second Life! Opening the PR Industry to Virtual Worlds Young PR Professional of the Year: Aaron Uhrmacher, Text 100 Public Relations Student of the Year: Meghan Stafford, University of Minnesota,Twin Cities …

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PR Review : The effects of practitioner blog use on power in public relations

Available online (PDF) for a limited time (thank you, Kaye!): L.V. Porter, K.D. Sweetser Trammell, D. Chung and E. Kim, Blog power: Examining the effects of practitioner blog use on power in public relations, Public Relations Review 33 (2007), pp. 92-95. Abstract While blogs are not yet a standard public relations tool, practitioners use blogs …

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