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Entries from January 31st, 2010

PR Miscellany – January 31st 2010

January 31st, 2010 · 1 Comment · Public Relations, Social Media

So you won’t be surprised to find out I’ve been a little behind on my RSS feed reading. It’s been busy recently. Slipping through the (PR) feeds, it’s interesting to note that probably 90+% of “PR” posts are actually about social media.  Now social media is clearly very important, but to me, the intersection of […]

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Where’s your pride?

January 30th, 2010 · No Comments · Public Relations

On a cold Dublin day in 1985, the Irish rugby team were playing England at Lansdowne Road.  The country’s rugby team has traditionally played with a lot of pride and passion, but never had the quality to trouble the world’s best teams on a consistent basis (I am delighted to report that the situation is […]

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The secrets of controlled media leaks…

January 7th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Public Relations

There’s a lot of great content online.  If you wade back into the mists of time (I’m probably talking about oh 2001) then there really was very little information to find on subject areas like PR (believe me I used to look for it).  But now we have the luxury of thousands of people actively […]

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Seriously… dump that social media stuff and get back to work

January 6th, 2010 · 6 Comments · Public Relations, Social Media

Happy New Year. I had a lovely time, thanks for asking. I have spent far too much time over the past couple of weeks monitoring the online chatter.  My god there’s a lot of noise. I think I am having Social Media sweats. There are just so many articles, posts, rants and links.  Now don’t […]

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Bloggers Note: Guest Posts

January 6th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Off-topic

General note to all those people kindly sending me offers to write guest posts. Unfortunately this blog only gets about 5 visitors a month (and that’s if I hit refresh a couple of times) so you’re probably better spending your time pitching and writing for a real blog like the Huffington Post or Engadget or […]

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