Financial Times article on Brands enter the blogosphere

Drew B points to Brands enter the blogosphere in today’s Financial Times. What I find interesting is that it is by-lined to someone who runs a blog consultancy. Surpisingly the website of this blog consultancy doesn’t appear to feature a…

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I hope I don’t lose any visitors

I’m hoping that the move from 20six to Typepad doesn’t lose too many visitors. via Councillor Andrew Brown

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Moving to Typepad

With some trepidation I’ve finally decided to move my A PR Guru’s Musings blog to Typepad. In doing so I also finally practice what I preach to clients and give it its own URL at I’ve experimented with both…

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Top 50 business thinkers of 2005

Santiago Iñiguez, Dean of Instituto de Empresa, has an interesting post on BizDeansTalk about the Top 50 business thinkers of 2005. What I found most interesting is that it is a varied mix of ‘gurus’, academics and actual real life…

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CIPR Rebuilding Hope conference

The CIPR Rebuilding Hope conference will also have an exhibition and all of the speakers have been asked to contribute a couple of paragraphs for display. Philip Young has shared his here so I thought I’d do the same: —————————…

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These people give politicians a bad name

Today’s Yorkshire Post reports that the Department for Transport is investing in evaluating its media coverage. Why is this a story, surely it’s part of every professional PR activity? Well yes of course it is, but it hasn’t stopped two…

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