This post re-printed with permission via Dan Keeney, APR: I have not seen the book, “PR: A Persuasive Industry: Spin, Public Relations and the Shaping of the Modern Media,” but I already hate it. So did USA Today, which featured a review of the book today. I’m not one to normally judge a book without […]
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This post first appeared in The Saltlick blog by Linda Jacobson, APR After listening to Doug Newsom, grande dame of public relations, speak about the ethical situations in which a public relations professional can become mired, I was surprised to hear her tell of how she resigned a position because she was asked to do […]
For any of our members who might by wondering how LinkedIn can possibly be helpful, this is a great video from the folks at Common Craft. It is especially relevant for small business owners or service providers to show the usefulness of a network:
from the July issue of the eChaser…PRESIDENT’S COLUMN Laura Van Hoosier, APR, Greater Fort Worth PRSA As the oldest child, I’ve always had a mind of my own. My mother says that by 2 years old I was giving her direction on our next steps. Now I’ve been inspired by my fellow GFW PRSA […]
This post first appeared on the nextcommunication blog on June 16, 2008. I am reading Groundswell by Forrester Research’s Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff. This book is easily one of the most intriguing professional books I’ve read in a while. According to Li and Bernoff the groundswell is: A social trend in which people use […]