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PR and Bloggers Officially in "Beta" - Finally
Stuart Henshall really nails it on how PR can more effectively work with bloggers.Social Media Forces PR's Evolution
Social Media is forcing PR to stop lobbing grenades from behind the wall and to jump into the front lines of conversationsDefinition of Social Media by Brian Solis
I took a crack at updating the definition on Wikipedia, perhaps it's still too complicated. Either way, we'll see if it sticks
Marshall Kirkpatrick should earn a medal for taking time out of his busy day to stop and teach PR people how to do their jobAdaptiveBlue Brings Links to Life with New SmartLinks
If you blog, consider adding SmartLinks to your template. SmartLinks enhance the value and experience for visitors of Web sites and blogs by intelligently analyzing each link and custom serving additional resources that help them do more with the informat20+ Free Press Release Distribution Sites
Mashable spotlights the top services to host free press releasesRobert Scoble on Upcoming.org - demonstrates Seesmic
Robert Scoble on why social event sites help you find where you need to be. Thanks to Rebecca Reeve for the tipYes, some blogs are profitable - very profitable
The SF Chronicle documents how blogging can be a lucrative business and therefore how it is further changing the game of media and putting the power of influence in the hands of peopleConnect on Twitter, Jaiku, Pownce or Facebook.
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