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Featuring reddit, Digg, Buzzfeed, Reuters, CNN, the New York Times and many, many more. And finally (light relief) Blog and finally hvperIf, like us, you spend the first half hour of the morning reading through news, before keeping an eye on a menagerie of channels throughout the day, watching news channels broadcast on social feeds, reading the latest newsletters and so on, it can get a bit unmanageable.

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29 Advanced Digital Newsletters That Help You Learn

ZudePR

But the overriding one – and the one that concerns me here in this blog post – is the amount I have read. I’d even started a running blog to practice. These authors were blogging all the latest information. Then wrote his first blog post a few months ago.

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How social media can help you raise your profile as a speaker

PR Daily

If you’ve blogged or posted any videos online, encourage your followers to share your content to build momentum. Use social bookmarking tools like Delicious, Digg and StumbleUpon to get people to share your expertise.

Why and how PR pros should adopt the PESO model

PR Daily

Owned media is your content that lives on your website or blog. It’s important not to ignore StumbleUpon, Reddit, Pinterest, Digg and some of the other platforms. A version of this article originally appeared on the Spin Sucks blog.

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How social media can help you raise your profile as a speaker

PR Daily

If you’ve blogged or posted any videos online, encourage your followers to share your content to build momentum. Use social bookmarking tools like Delicious, Digg and StumbleUpon to get people to share your expertise.

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A quick social media glossary

PR Daily

“After you read my blog, just ping me on chat.”. Blog —. combine the words “Web” and “log,” and you get "blog." A blog is a site published on the Internet consisting of discrete entries (called posts). Users can follow other users’ blogs, "reblog" content and "like" posts.

Don’t be the James Franco of health care communications

PR Daily

Do you maintain a blog for your hospital CEO, an Instagram account for Joint Commission visits, and an e-newsletter for your hospital’s burn center? Let’s not forget about all your pins, posts, tweets, circles, “likes” and “diggs.”.

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Why and how PR pros should adopt the PESO model

PR Daily

Owned media is your content that lives on your website or blog. It’s important not to ignore StumbleUpon, Reddit, Pinterest, Digg and some of the other platforms. the Spin Sucks blog.

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Defining the “Post-Truth” Environment

Return on Reputation

It’s not simply a recent and strictly political phenomena, nor is “post-truth” an ephemeral trend like Second Life or Digg. In recent posts , we’ve talked about the so-called “post-truth” environment we find ourselves operating in as communicators.

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Mission Impossible? Migrating to a Career in Public Relations

PR Job Coach

Here is another guest blog of mine on Lindsay Olson''s site on migrating from a career in journalism to one in public relations. Build, enhance and/or check your profiles on Linkedin, Facebook, Myspace, Google Profile, Twitter, Digg, Tumblr, Ning, etc.

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The Byline Article GOOD Pitch is Fresh Content

Bad Pitch Blog

The recipient assumes the article has been sent to several other blogs or media outlets. It meant I had some content for my blog and a good pitch to write about here. He was game and we now have Pinterest: 10 Tips for PR People on my blog. Byline article pitches usually stink.

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7 Reasons To Add Amplify To Your Social Networks

Waxing UnLyrical

You can set up your own blog. Just like Posterous, you can use Amplify as your primary blogging platform, as well as auto-post to your own blog. Ah, but does the image accompanying your blog post show up? per my own blog, I have CommentLuv installed.

5 Ways to Step Up Your Infographics

PR Breakfast Club

Right at the bottom there are more sharing options for some of the lesser known networks like Tumblr, Digg and more. Take a look at this infographics blog and just browse some of the content you see on there.