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CAN-SPAM and PR Pitches

I’ve thought a lot about the topic of PR and spam in recent months. Coming from a PR and marketing…

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MatchPoint Wants to Put An End to PR Spam

I came across an interesting new product for PR professionals today called MatchPoint. MatchPoint has developed a search application tool for…

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Four Lessons Military and Civilian PR Pros Can Teach Each Other -Part I

If you were going to stereotype military public affairs (PA) professionals, you would say that they lack creativity, obsess over…

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Can PR Spam Be Stopped?

Any journalist or blogger will admit to receiving a lot of off-topic pitches and press releases. Some would classify this…

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A Conversation Between Journalists, Bloggers, and PR Folks – #journchat

If you’re a Twitter user, chances are good you’ve come across #journchat, a weekly discussion between journalists, bloggers, and PR folks…

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Thoughts on the Pay-Per-Placement Model of PR

I was scanning some PR questions in LinkedIn Answers today and I came across a user looking for referrals to…

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Twitter Forces PR Pros to Get to the Point (Journalists Love It)

Is it just me, or are journalists and PR people playing nice on Twitter? For some reason, the media have embraced Twitter…

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To Pitch or Not to Pitch? That is the Question (And Answer)

If you work in media relations, you’re probably tired of hearing all the examples of PR people out of control,…

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Does Your Pitch Suck? Find Out at YourPitchSucks.com

What do you call a new service that promises to help PR people develop better pitches? I’d struggle to come…

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60+ Free Press Release Distribution Services…Really?

I recently stumbled upon a blog post about “60+ Free Press Release Distribution Sites” (from the PR In Your Pajamas blog). The…

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