Monthly Archives: February 2012

Blog Comment #6

Response to “TOW: Blog Mining Wow, I never would have thought of this as a PR issue until you explained it! It’s true, though. There’s a lot of dead air and no questions being answered about the “why” between this possible … Continue reading

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Blog Comment #5

In response to dannylhernandez’s “I pick a Firm” I really liked this. I think that I would also like to work in a PR firm, just because there’s a little bit of unpredictability and room for creativity. It’s always changing … Continue reading

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Research: Mutually Beneficial

Research papers. They were good for something. Research helps in PR for a number of reasons. The ones that stuck out to me, however, were the ones used to gauge audience responses. These are the most helpful for seeing if … Continue reading

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Blog Comment #4

In response to dannylhernandez’s “honesty is the best policy” This was a great post and the incident that happened on campus was good timing as it tied into what you were saying. Giving out correct information, even when a mistake … Continue reading

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Blog Comment #3

In response to: Camsmithblog’s “My Digital Brand” lilhanlin said: February 29, 2012 at 12:06 am Wow! Everything you said was exactly what I was feeling about Facebook affecting a future job. I liked how you took it further and almost asked … Continue reading

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Check your mobile devices!

Today, communication has exponentially changed from just 20 years ago. 1985, telephone, face-to-face, letter-writing, e-mail, and smoke signals were the most advanced methods to reach someone. 2012, talking, video chat, phone (home/cell), text, e-mail,letter, IM, facebook message, facebook status, and twitter … Continue reading

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A Science to PR

I was surprised to learn that there is a formula for how to react in a crisis situation in PR. Coomb’s strategy is to: Attack the accuser Denial Excuse Justification Ingratiation Corrective action Full apology Wow. It’s great to have … Continue reading

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