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  1. Adam Gershenbaum
    June 19, 2008 @ 11:47 pm

    Pitch engine sounds great going to check that out for sure. I agree even for the most connected people it can be overwhelming. I just try my best to connect the dots as closely as possible between networks, feeding one into the other and vice versa without creating too much noise.Trying to get rid of that ‘swiss cheese’ factor.

    In this order:

    Stumbleupon (great for bookmarking, tagging and sharing) (for me when I was listing tour dates, it crossposts to over 10 sites and submits to local press event listings which often generated features from the editorial teams)
    Digsby (connects Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, Chat, and email accounts)

  2. DBreakenridge
    June 20, 2008 @ 1:11 am

    Hi Adam,

    Thanks for commenting on my blog post. I think you’ll like pitch engine. I think I will check out Digsby. You’re list is awesome and I admire your dedication to these forums! I see Twitter is at the top of your list 🙂

  3. Lara Kretler
    June 22, 2008 @ 10:11 pm

    Great post and I’m glad I’m not the only who feels overwhelmed at times by all the options. I like the communities and tools you’ve mentioned, and also find PRopenMic to be another good one (I like the interaction with PR students and faculty). Most of all, I really enjoy bouncing from blog to blog, reading and commenting and checking out blogrolls to see who I should be reading more of. That’s how I found my way to you.

  4. DBreakenridge
    June 22, 2008 @ 11:16 pm

    Hi Lara, thanks for commenting. You are definitely not alone. I just feel there’s never enough time in a day to visit, read, listen and blog as much as I’d like to. PRopenMic sounds very interesting and I’m going to check it out. I’m happy that you found my blog 🙂

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