Visitors and referrals to A PR Guru’s Musings

The crispynews powered New PR has already shot to the the number two slot on my list of referring sites. It is beaten by Google (but only if you lump co.uk and .com together). The Pubsub PR list brings far more visitors than Technorati. Other good referrers (not in order) are PR Voice, PR Blogger, Silicon Valley Watcher, The Flack, PR-Squared, Britblog.com and PR Studies.

Technorati is great for monitoring but is pretty useless for browsing ideas as it always throws up far too much junk.

Thanks to Constantin for setting the New PR list up and an even bigger thanks for alerting me to the fact that crispynews existed. I’ve already got a couple of ideas for how I might be able to use it.


About Stuart Bruce

International communications consultant and PR trainer specialising in online public affairs, digital corporate communications, online PR and social media; frequent national media commentator and conference speaker.
  • http://www.prblogger.com Stephen Davies

    The New PR List is a great idea IMHO. I'm increasingly using it as a handy resource to find interesting articles. But the key to its success is participation from PR bloggers so I hope there's more involvement from others.

  • http://www.accmanpro.com Dennis Howlett

    Have you seen the Enterprise thingy on CrispyNews? Number 9 as we speak which ain't half bad when you consider that Jeff Nolan of SAP has done most of the work to get it going.