In case you don’t have time to review Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere 2010 in its entirety, here’s an easy-to-digest recap. All takeaways are in a tweet-ready format (minus hashtags) so you can easily share with your networks.
This year’s topics include: brands embracing social media, traditional media vs. social media, brands working with [...]
For all of you statistics junkies out there. This one is for you.
Tuesday election got more Web news traffic than Obama’s election in 2008 – 4.6 million to 4.2 million page views per minute, respectively. (Akamai) (Source)
36% of all Election 2010 online conversation took place via microblogs. This followed by 20% of convesations on social [...]
Here are 13 tweet-ready social vote tips for you to share:
Social Vote Tip: Check in on Foursquare to get your “I voted” badge today. #electionday
Social Vote Tip: Use the hashtag #electionday and become a part of a mosaic embedded on msnbc.com.
Social Vote Tip: check out Google’s Election Center for a plethora of resources. http://m.googleelectioncenter.com/ #electionday
A few weeks ago I asked current public relations interns to share their “tales from the workplace” with the expectation they would remain anonymous. I asked for them to share good, the bad and the ugly.
I was flooded with responses.
There were many stories of good experiences and even more with “the bad” and “the ugly.” [...]
I’d like to first apologize for missing a public deadline. In the world of public relations, as you will soon find, there is no typical day. Priorities shift, change or are trumped by a communications or client emergency. Now, on to the good stuff…
Thank you to everyone who submitted a response (there were A LOT). [...]
Industry buzzwords and phrases are everywhere. These words emerge as the new “hip” or “it” name for something that either didn’t exist or because the previous buzz word went out of vogue.
As we prepare for a new year full of possibilities for new buzz words, I wanted to know what words or phrases YOU THINK [...]
The title of this post was a question asked during tonight’s #journchat. Participants shared their opinions on the future of mainstream media and their audience. If you didn’t get a chance to participate, share your opinion in the comments section.
We had close to 100 responses to this question. I’m highlighting those that are representative of [...]