30 Jul
2009

Corporate PR is more than smile and dial

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So much goes into building an effective, broad corporate PR program that often times some things are overlooked. This includes the federal rules and regulations that govern how information is disseminated. I have worked for a public company and have had to work with rules such as Regulatory Fair Disclosure, which determines when material information […]

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21 Jul
2009

Twittergate: Journalism Ethics and the blogosphere

I would like to welcome TechCrunch to the world of actual journalism. Find a story, verify info, interview sources, write story, fact check, publish, repeat. Here’s the quick background: TechCrunch obtained multiple documents from an alleged hacker who had broken into Twitter employee’s email accounts, Google Documents (There’s a reason it’s not compliant, but that’s […]

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14 Jul
2009

The Twitter Relations Model, Part Deux

In my last post, I raised the issue of what I call the Twitter Relations Model. Essentially, Companies are putting on events with limited invite lists ant the expectation is that the atendees will tweet about it. The net result is a super-effective word of mouth PR/advertising campaign. So, I talked about the problem. Now, […]

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