Archive | March, 2008

How to: Identify online opinion leaders

The following is cross-posted on a new blog called PNeo. Watch out for more cross-posts as well as insights, observations and analysis from the digital team at Porter Novelli, my employer.  source »      Right now, people are talking about you, your brand, your products, your services and your competitors online. The problem is that you […]

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Can you help Tricia?

Todd Andrlik’s contribution to the PR blogosphere is much more valuable than mine and has been going for quite a lot longer, so by now you’ve probably already read on his blog the shocking news about his sister’s illness. This is such a tough story. It’s intensely personal and yet needs as much publicity as […]

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Not so much a Twitterer as a Twit

source »       Twitterfeed is quite cool. You can use it to take any RSS feed and push it into your Twitter account. So, I’ve set it up to cross-post when I add something to my blog, plus randomly pick something out of my PR feed every six hours. In this way, I’m using Twitter to […]

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How to: identify keywords

source » It seems everyone is looking to identify online opinion formers. It’s important – you need to know what is being said about you, your clients, products, services, brands and people, and those of your competitors. However, before doing this you need to know exactly what you’re looking for. You need to understand what […]

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Home 2.0 – the results are in

I wrote a while ago about about a personal project of mine: to integrate pretty much every audio and video source in my home that I could. My take on it was that if Web 2.0 represents integration, then so should my home. I called it Home 2.0. Fortunately the media companies are satisfying this need. […]

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No more delays, let’s Spotify

It’s been quite some time since I posted regularly. This has been for two reasons: I broke my PC; and I’ve been trying to figure out how to differentiate between what I post here, and on the PNeo blog. I didn’t actually break my PC. I just started to get weird file corruption. I can […]

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links for 2008-03-21

http://rohitbhargava.typepad.com/weblog/2008/03/10-easy-ways-to.html The way to treat a blogger is to love him/her. Take the ten points listed here, flip them around, and you’ll get blogger love back. (tags: pneo001 blogging blogs howto pr tips SXSW outreach Marketing resource) Creating a Blogger Outreach Code of Ethics – – Take 1 Find out what bloggers don’t like, and […]

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links for 2008-03-19

kottke.org is ten years old today (kottke.org) Kottke.org is generally regarded as one of the oldest continually updated blogs. This post offers a nice insight into its development over the years. (tags: kottke blogger blogging blogs internet history design blog web pneo001)

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The Friendly Chat: Kami Huyse, Communication Overtones

The following is cross-posted on a new blog called PNeo. Watch out for more cross-postings as well as insights, observations and analysis from the digital team at Porter Novelli, my employer. Kami Watson Huyse, APR, principal of My PR Pro, writes about public relations and communications. She has a background in crisis communication and reputation […]

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