My week in PR

Hi everybody,

We continue the debate started on April 28th by Fleishman Hillard and Edelman on the future of Public Relations.

This week the future of Public Relations from a small company perspective: “Now more than ever, public relations professionals need to include social media, blogging, and some Web site and graphics skills to compete in the workplace.”

In the mean time, another debate started, this time between New York Times and Twitter: which business model has a brighter future? The PayPal co-founder and online trendsetter added fuel to that particular fire when he declared that Twitter will outlast The New York Times.

You think that is it? No, we haven´t finished with the debates on social media.

Gini Dietrich explains why is important to have a great blogging community and how it can help you in a debate.

Or why is important “to fix the problem first and then communicate about it” in Twisted PR Lessons in Transparency – Bangladesh Tragedy.

That´s it for the week folks! See you next time!

Have a great week!

 

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About Corina Manea

Corina Manea is a PR professional and freelance writer in Madrid, Spain. Passionate about PR and social media she is also a contributor for www.everything-pr.com, covering communications and PR news from Spain.

2 thoughts on “My week in PR

    1. Hi Gini,

      Thank you for your kind words and for reading us.
      I am sure Mihaela – Everything PR´s CEO (@PamilVisions) will be happy to hear your comments.

      Yes, indeed, we need more people to think this way, we need polyvalent PR pros and we need to do PR for PR. We need to explain more and better to the world why is so important to have PR teams on their side.

      Regards,
      Corina

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