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PR & Social Media Miscellany – September 29th 2009

September 29th, 2009 · No Comments · Public Relations, Social Media

Here are a selection of links to some interesting content I found during my most recent attempt to review all my RSS feeds…   Public Relations & Media Content PR Agency pitches.. I missed this, but fascinating discussion nonetheless.  In the UK, following an agency pitch process, confused.com decided to pay some of the unsuccessful […]

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Is the online world growing up? What about PR?

August 19th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Public Relations, Social Media

Interesting news from New York that a supreme court judge has ruled that Liskula Cohen is entitled to information that would help her to identify an anonymous blogger who called her a “skank”. If she follows through that could be a very interesting development indeed. Meanwhile Mark Creaser is pondering if PR agencies are redundant […]

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Awards, job searches, twits (not Twitter-related) and disasters…

December 17th, 2008 · No Comments · Public Relations

Heartiest congratulations to Stuart Bruce and the team at Wolfstar who won the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Grand Prix Award for the UK’s Outstanding Small Consultancy!  Fantastic achievement in 18 months!   Fair play award of the day goes to Thomas Brunkard, who as a communications professional in these challenging times, is documenting his […]

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Anxiety, why you should sleep on it and how bad news travels…

October 17th, 2008 · No Comments · Public Relations

I was in a great all-day meeting today…. it’s not often that I’d put those words in that order. But it was a great meeting (are you allowed by positive about anything anymore?).  During the day I heard a fantastic definition of anxiety, which I thought was apt given the current economic gloom:   “Anxiety […]

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