What’s so new about The New PR

Is The New PR nothing else than the old PR? No, I would argue (but I’ll postpone explaining why, since it’s past midnight already). Think this way: if nothing else, self publishing and new technologies have created a rhetorical situation which compels us to speak — publicly — about PR as a profession and discipline. …

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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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Add a New PR flare for your feed in 7 easy steps

You’re writing about PR and communication (or not :). You want to help your readers to promote your postings on NewPR Crispynews (what’s that?). But how? It’s simple: add a flare to your Feedburner RSS feed: 1. Log into your Feedburner accountand click on the feed’s title in the My Feeds page. 3. Click on …

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Digg the New PR

Note: This resource doesn’t exist anymore; the service on which it was built (CrispyNews) was acquired by Salesforce (and used for interesting things like Dell’s IdeaStorm). You can still find an archive of the page via the Internet Archive. What: A Digg-like website for PR and Comm news — top stories, debates, interviews, blog postings, podcasts, …

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NewPR developments

PRWeb is “working on new social bookmarking, content recommendation and expert profile ranking using principles of Web 2.0,” and on “APIs that will allow others to interact with our content in revolutionary ways.” [source: Lee Odden's interview with PRWeb's CEO, David McInnis] The Society for New Communications Research (SNCR) will launch the first issues of …

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