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Couldn't agree more, David. And in PR it's so easy because amazingly the competition is scarce. Sprinkle in some PPC and social ads and it's like lighter fluid.
Toggle Commented Dec 11, 2013 on Inbound Job Search at Web Ink Now
Pretty deep as other commentators have noted David. It got me to thinking -- isn't both time and money irrational? Both are inventions. Time might be more tangible since our body rhythms naturally follow the cycle of light and dark -- but money is a complete invention. An efficient invention, but an invention nonetheless. At one time, we bartered tangible goods.
Toggle Commented Jul 19, 2013 on The irrational value of time at Web Ink Now
Well, we're listening and we look forward to the opportunity to serve you. Frank Strong Director of PR @Vocus
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So're killing me...what was the book? What were your suggestions? And finally, what happened?
It's more than just the company we keep Valeria, it's the entire Web. From the outset, everything has been geared to our interests feeding us links and content where our history demonstrates interest. Maybe, bit by bit, as the technological refinement of relevancy has improved, it chips away at diverse thought. If there's an argument for print publications, it was that they ostensibly offered a range of content, and with that came different viewpoints. Nice post - though provoking and I enjoyed the link to Ike's rant - fortunately or unfortunately...I agree.
Indeed, Dave, everyone wear's a PR hat. The flip side of that might also be that everyone wear's a sales hat too -- PR included. Great post.
Toggle Commented Mar 8, 2011 on Does PR Have a Future? at Logic+Emotion
Great example, David of real time. That's awesome. I think that movie is one of the best (PR) examples of a celebrity re-inventing themselves.
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Toggle Commented Jan 4, 2011 on Battling PR's Image Problem at Flack's Revenge
Bob, thanks for taking the time to blog about this article. I've only seen a handful of reactions to this article, which is surprising. Here's my own reaction, and I'll add a link to this post at the bottom with the others. The Economist and PR: Stereotypes and Reflections
Toggle Commented Jan 4, 2011 on Battling PR's Image Problem at Flack's Revenge
That's a little like saying evil is necessary, because without it there would be no good. It's an interesting perspective, but I wholly disagree with The Economist's take. And here are my thoughts: The Economist and PR: Stereotypes and Reflections
Drew, The Economist's piece is a gross misrepresentation. That's the simple fact. I too grew up in the dot-com days - and it was a far cry from the coal mines. My own response here:
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