Jeremy Pepper

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Celebrity Endorsements Are Basically Worthless - Posted December 16, 2013
Last week TechCrunch ran a story that bears repeating for everyone in PR. As... [PRNewser]

In Which We Consider Business Insider's 'Top 50 Tech PR Pros' List - Posted September 13, 2013
It's safe to say that this week's story about the Business Insider CTO with a penchant for offending everyone in s... [PRNewser]

PR Pros To Facebook: Washington Post Good Choice For CEO Op-Ed - Posted May 24, 2010
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made perhaps his most public of statements today regarding ... [PRNewser]

PR Takeaways From The Google Nexus One Launch - Posted January 6, 2010
In the biggest product launch of this short year, Google yesterday afternoon launched their first ever smart phone, the Nexus One. So how did the launch go? The reviews Walt Mossberg of the The Wall Street Journal was ... [PRNewser]

Do PR Agency CEOs Need To Be Twittering? - Posted August 11, 2009
[Image: Gary Stockman, Porter Novelli's Twittering CEO] Many in the PR world have come to the conclusion that you have to practice what you preach, and hence are scrambling to ramp up social media efforts for their own agency or brand to stay one step ahead of clients who may rightfully ask,... [PRNewser]

Wired Editor Chris Anderson Apologizes for Plagiarism, (Some) PR People Try To Hide Delight - Posted June 26, 2009
Wired magazine Editor Chris Anderson - known in PR circles not only for his role at the magazine - but also for his infamous PR "blacklist," ... [PRNewser]

TVNewser Knocks Out Jeremy Pepper in Blog-Off - Posted June 2, 2009
NBC is pitting blogger vs blogger for a chance to join the cast and crew of "I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here" in Costa Rica for a chance to...err, work for NBC for free and blog the behind the scenes happenings. So far blogger trumps PR pro, as mediabistro's own Steve... [PRNewser]

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