Posts Tagged "blogging"

5 Ways to “Listen” For Better Blog Content

It feels great to be teaching again! I have a class of 30 NYU PR and corporate communications grad students. We are exploring social media objectives, strategies and tactics. One of the required course assignments is to create a blog with eight posts due by the end of the semester. As a blogger, a great deal of my writing stems from paying attention to my community and “Listening” closely to the conversations .

Bloggers Have More of an Influence in 2011

I found a really interesting annual study by Technorati called, “State of the Blogosphere 2011: Introduction and…

The DNA of an Apology

Every week, it seems there is a new PR crisis sweeping across our Twitter streams. Groupon, Airbnb,…

Introducing my PR Guest Blogger Friends

I’m kicking off a PR guest blogger series on October 3, 2011.  Several of my blogger friends…

What’s the Connection Between Tumblr and Teenagers?

My 16 year-old-daughter first introduced me to Tumblr when she told me that she wanted to start her own blog.

Social Media Policy Development: A Best Practice Approach

The key to building an effective social media policy is to customize the guidelines to meet the needs of your organization. A well developed policy will guide your employees in the many ways that they engage in social communications. The best practice approach requires that your organization invest the time, resources, and effort to plan and build a policy that empowers the organization, allows people to understand the value of social media and helps them to see how they can better participate as internal brand champions.

A Daily Reading Regimen to Keep You in the “Know”

You may have heard me say this before, but it’s really important to read everyday to stay on top of the trends, news and industry information. There are so many great resources for professionals to keep us in the “know.” However, we also need to set up a daily reading regimen to peruse interesting articles, blogs, newsletters, etc.

A Visual Look at a Few of Traackr’s PR Influencers

When Traackr reported the Top 25 PR Influencers, I thought it would be fun to quickly find out a little more about some of the bloggers on this list (beyond the “Footprint” that was provided). I decided to take a few of their blog posts and drop them into Wordle.net, turning them into beautiful word clouds.

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