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No, Brands Shouldn't Pay for Blog Mentions - Posted August 10, 2013
This week PR Daily posed an important question: Should brands pay for blog mentions? Before the requisite "this is a complicated issue that will affect different parties differently and we want to avoid making overgeneralizations"... [AgencySpy]

No, Brands Shouldn't Pay for Blog Mentions - Posted August 10, 2013
This week PR Daily posed an important question: Should brands pay for blog mentions? Before the requisite "this is a complicated issue that will affect different parties differently and we want to avoid making overgeneralizations"... [PRNewser]

Infographic: The Current State of Social Media Teams - Posted April 10, 2013
Yesterday Ragan's PR Daily published the results of a study that most PR folks will find interesting: it concerned the current state of social medi... [PRNewser]

Affect's 'New York Job Project' Turns the Application Process Social - Posted March 12, 2013
Current PR students and recent college grads: are you stressed about turning your great internships into a full-time entry-level gig? Do you embody the phrase "shameless self-promotion"? Are you an expert in all things social media? (Come on, you know you are.) If you answered "yes" to any of those three... [AgencySpy]

Affect's 'New York Job Project' Turns the Application Process Social - Posted March 12, 2013
Current PR students and recent college grads: are you stressed about turning your great internships into a full-time entry-level gig? Do you embody the phrase "shameless self-promotion"? Are you an expert in all things social media? (Come on, you know you are.) If you answered "yes" to any of those three... [PRNewser]

Tesla's Elon Musk Still Thinks The New York Times Is Out To Get Him - Posted February 15, 2013
On Wednesday we advised Tesla founder/eccentric weirdo Elon Musk to stop insisting that The New York Times auto crit... [PRNewser]

Interview with Susan Young, Author of 'The Badass Book of Social Media' - Posted January 25, 2013
We recently had the opportunity to speak with Susan Young: journalist, media veteran, regular contributor to PR Daily, founder of media training firm ... [PRNewser]

Why Startups Should Invest in PR - Posted January 23, 2013
We've asked ourselves the question before: Should startup companies with shoestring budgets spend their crucial capital on public relations services? Of course we always wanted to answer "yes", but now we have some testimony to back that answer up. ... [PRNewser]

What Are America's 10 'Most Hated' Brands? And Why? - Posted January 15, 2013
Today we came across a list of "America's 10 Most Hated Companies" courtesy of Ragan's PR Daily and ... [PRNewser]

Is PR a Job or a Lifestyle? - Posted January 11, 2013
Full disclosure: As we grow more deeply connected to the PR world, we find ourselves checking our Twitter feeds right before we go to bed every night and right after we wake up every morning to see what's exciting or irritating our colleagues in the industry. It's tough to keep up... [PRNewser]

'Kentucky Kicks Ass': Legitimate Campaign, PR Stunt, or Both? - Posted January 7, 2013
The new year brought us a fun tale of a unique statewide rebranding campaign: According to PR Daily, the state of Kentucky no longer wants to r... [PRNewser]

Will PR 'Own' Social Media in 2013? - Posted January 4, 2013
Who should be in charge of social media campaigns: marketing or PR? Where should that line lie--and why? We found ourselves fascinated by a couple of year-end PR Daily posts exploring these questions. The ... [PRNewser]

The PR War over Fracking - Posted September 5, 2012
Fracking, which is a shorthand term for hydraulic fracturing (not a polite replacement for a colorful expletive), is a process that utilizes large volumes of high-pressured water, sand, and chemicals to fracture shale rock deep underground in order to ex... [PRNewser]

First-Ever PR Daily Awards Closes Feb. 3 - Posted January 31, 2012
PR Daily and Ragan.com are handing out the first PR Daily Awards this year, with the grand prize winner receiving 10 free registrations to any of Ragan Communications' conferences in 2012 or 2013. Prizes will be handed out in a wide range of categories including Best Product Laun... [PRNewser]

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