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Now Is Apparently the Time for PR to Take on Advertising - Posted January 15, 2014
That's according to Tom Foremski of ZDNET, who previously told us that Google ... [PRNewser]

Google Doesn't Really Want to Kill Your Press Release - Posted August 12, 2013
In case you missed it, the PR world agrees to disagree with ZDNet's click bait freakout headline "Did Google just kill PR agencies?" OK, so what did the big guys' changes to webmaster rules on links and keywords do? They forced PR pr... [AgencySpy]

Google Doesn't Really Want to Kill Your Press Release - Posted August 12, 2013
In case you missed it, the PR world agrees to disagree with ZDNet's click bait freakout headline "Did Google just kill PR agencies?" OK, so what did the big guys' changes to webmaster rules on links and keywords do? They forced PR pr... [PRNewser]

Tom Foremski: iPhone 5 Coverage Encapsulates Everything That is Wrong with Tech Journalism - Posted September 14, 2012
The name Tom Foremski may not be immediately familiar beyond Silicon Valley, but he holds a rather remarkable distinction. He was the first reporter from a major daily newspaper to defect to the ranks of full-time blogging in 2004 when he left the Financial Times. ... [FishbowlLA]

AOL's TechCrunch Editor Michael Arrington Says It's 'Fine' to Invest in Companies He Writes About - Posted April 28, 2011
Yesterday, TechCrunch editor Michael Arrington widely announced via blog post that he is returning to startup i... [Fishbowl NY]

AOL's TechCrunch Editor Michael Arrington Says It's 'Fine' to Invest in Companies He Writes About - Posted April 28, 2011
Yesterday, TechCrunch editor Michael Arrington widely announced via blog post that he is returning to startup i... [FishbowlNY]

The Press Release is Dead, Again - Posted September 13, 2010
Hey look: someone else decided that the press release is officially "dead." This time, it's Advertising Age media columnist Simon Dumenco, who says Twitter is the killer: The long-suffering, much-maligned press release, I'd argue, finally died this summer, thanks particularly to JetBlue and BP, with a little moral support... [PRNewser]

How Much Does Google's Disdain for Marketing and PR Hurt Its Products? - Posted June 24, 2010
PRNewser has already noted that Google's engineering culture disdains PR and marketing. But how much is this stance hurt their products? Silicon Valley Watcher's ... [PRNewser]

Social Media Press Release? We'll Settle For Some Links - Posted March 31, 2010
PRNewser has been covering the ancient PR tool -- the press release -- for quite some time. In the latest update to his famous "... [PRNewser]

Have You Offered To "Drive Traffic" To A Story When Pitching A Reporter? - Posted January 14, 2010
We haven't yet seen a pitch like this cross our inbox, but tech reporter Tom Foremski wonders if PR pitches will begin to include statements such as, "...and we will drive traffic to that story." For example... [PRNewser]

Looking at PR Bloggers Who Have Bigger Audiences Than The Media They Pitch - Posted October 7, 2009
Former Financial Times reporter and current Silicon Valley Watcher blogger Tom Foremski asks an interesting question: What happens when PR people have more traffic than the reporters they're pitching? He cites some of the big PR bloggers and since PR is more comfortable with self promotion, these folks often have... [PRNewser]

NewComm Forum: Thoughts Are "Way Ahead of the Normal 101 'Same-Same' Discussion" - Posted April 30, 2009
[Brian Solis, Tom Foremski, Richard Brewer-Hay, Bryan Rhoads,... [PRNewser]

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