Archive | March, 2011

End of the line for AVEs?

A month or so ago I had lunch with Danny Rogers, then the editor of PRWeek, now the editor-in-chief of all Haymarket’s marketing and brand titles. One of our many topics of discussion was the Barcelona declaration and I asked him if PRWeek was going to follow the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ lead and […]

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Who am I? PR, public relations or social media?

Over the last few months I’ve been involved in a fair amount of navel gazing and talking to colleagues, friends and clients about quite what it is I do. The navel gazing has involved lots of reading around the internet of mainstream media articles, research reports, blog posts and presentations as well as brainstorming sessions […]

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Investor relations video goes viral – ‘A Day Made of Glass…’

Last week’s Dell B2B Social Media Huddle is part of an excellent ongoing series of events to show that social media is just as relevant in the B2B sector as it is in the higher profile B2C one. An area that gets even less attention is how social media and online PR can be relevant […]

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Enchantment by Guy Kawasaki – book review

Enchantment is the latest book by Guy Kawasaki, the former chief evangelist at Apple. He is also the founder of Alltop.com (an online magazine rack of popular topics on the web – disclosure this blog is highlighted as one of the Alltop PR blogs) and a founding partner at Garage Technology Ventures. In January Guy […]

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My friend and colleague Mark Hanson RIP

I’m not normally a person that is lost for words. In fact I’m far too vain and pride myself on my above average ability to string a sentence together. But this week I’ve sat down and keep staring at a blank screen. I just haven’t been able to find the words to say what it […]

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