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The sunsetting of one of Minnesota’s most successful all-time blogs–the MN PR Blog

Communications Conversations

If you’ve worked in the PR industry in the Twin Cities for any length of time, you’ve probably heard about or visited, the MN PR Blog. In fact, to my knowledge, the MN PR Blog was one of the first PR blogs in the entire country! The blog was founded and managed by Ryan May. Since, 2003, to be exact.

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Pros and cons of being an adjunct professor in social media

Communications Conversations

The long answer: I started guest lecturing at Betsy Andersen’s class at UST way back in 2010 (or so, I can’t remember the exact year). Then, just a few months later, he informed me he was retiring and that UST was looking for someone to fill the social media class he was teaching. I instantly loved it.

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How People Made 2010 What It Was

Waxing UnLyrical

Waxing UnLyrical personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communication, and everything in between About Shonali How People Made 2010 What It Was December 31st, 2010 Tweet Just a few more hours before we put our 2010 calendars away and start our New Year, eh? My, time flies. I turned 40. Bring it on!

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How the New York Public Library’s Blog Mobilizes Communities

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It can include social media, tip sheets, and emails, as well as paid promotions like native advertising and promoted posts on social platforms. However, blogging is one of the leading tools in any brand’s content marketing strategy. Q: How did the NYPL decide to start a blog program? Are you a nonprofit?

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Tracing the measurement origins of PESO

PR Conversations

As Vice President of digital research at Fleishman Hillard, on 12 May 2010, he referred to a PESO model as a metrics matrix that the agency used. I used to follow Don’s blog, MetricsMan as he was one of the leading figures discussing measurement and evaluation at this time (along with Katie Delahaye Paine ).

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Behind the Blog | John ‘Spartan’ Nguyen, Editor-in-Chief of Nerd Reactor

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Welcome to Cision Blog’s newest content series, Behind the Blog, where we chat with a notable influencer in a particular digital space, such as food, fashion, or finance. . Though he never expected digital media to become a career, he’s thankful to be able to do what he loves. Social media also helps with that.

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Today, we say goodbye to HARO [PR Tech Sum 52]

Sword and the Script

Sword and the Script Media can help with B2B marketing, PR and social media. Acquisitions PR software company Vocus acquired HARO in 2010 for an undisclosed sum. A spokesperson later contacted this blog to say the disruption of service was limited to European customers – that no U.S.-based Reddit data.

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