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From the Intern’s Point of View: Six Tips to Finding Bloggers

Last Friday marked the first month of my internship at CMD. I get the opportunity work on excellent projects, doing awesome things and with some pretty cool people. Much of my time is devoted to research. More specifically, I spend … Continue reading

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Is the World Too Fast for Blogging?

The world is fast. Blogging is slow. People don’t have time. They turn to Twitter. All you busy folks out there, this is what this blog post is about, so feel free to continue with your life and I thank … Continue reading

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Twitter Makes News Broadcast Obsolete

Twitter sends 140 character stories around the world instantly. News broadcasts send 30 second stories around the region during the five, seven and ten o’clock reports. News broadcasting is hardly instantaneous. An interesting situation came to me last Wednesday during … Continue reading

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Respect Starts with the Basics

“We are all, as an (public relations) industry, still widely perceived as witless, disrespectful spambots.” – Todd Defren in his blog post Only As Strong As The Weakest Link. In this post Defren is pointing out that public relations practitioners’ … Continue reading

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