October 21, 2008

Are PR budgets growing? Being cut?

For the most part, it’s too early to know – since most companies don’t finalize their marketing plans for another few weeks. Industry buzz is asking […]
October 20, 2008

Twitter’s B2B Payoff? Getting a Start….

I was at a Worldcom conference in Montreal last month, and Twitter was the hot topic.   The opinions were varied; some say it’s a waste […]
October 9, 2008

Social Media Spending and Economic Downturns

What’s going to happen to social media spending when the downturn becomes a deep chill?   So far, social media is still proving itself for most […]
October 3, 2008

Wiki-Sabotage

What happens when your Wikipedia page gets hacked?  The dirty data smeared one of our client’s biggest competitors – and highlighted our client’s recent wins. The […]
September 18, 2008

Speak the Truth

PR types lie for a living, right? Not really. Actually, most of us – whatever the day job – lie all the time, even if we […]
September 16, 2008

Culture Change: How Long Do You Have?

30 days after the sabbatical, and how go the new rules?  My personal commandments: ·         90% of what we do are just distractions. ·  […]
September 12, 2008

PR’s Dirty Secret

Today I was asked what does this whole blog mean? What’s the “building communities” theme all about? That got me thinking – really what does it […]
September 11, 2008

Much Ado About Twitter

Picking up on my colleague Dan Brennan’s blog on leveraging LinkedIn to get connected, there are several social media sites that offer great opportunity to build […]
August 28, 2008

Censorship S*cks

Way to go, China. You get to host the 2008 Olympic Games—an opportunity which any city in the world would kill to have—and what do you […]