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It’s been 1001 days since we made it official. So today, in honor of our 1001th day together, it being Valentine’s week and all, I wanted to share my thoughts about our relationship.
For the record, I resisted you as long as I possibly could. All my friends were telling me how great you were. [...]
5 Tips and Tools to help balance the pressures of digital with the opportunities of in-person at conferences.
Would social media be better without public numbers?
Today’s follower bug on Twitter has stirred up questions again about the value of perceived personal and organizational social capital of social media sites that make front and central the numbers of followers of each user.
In case you missed it, for a little while today, the Entire Twitter [...]
In the world of public relations, social responsibility is a critical part of the heart of a brand. It’s an important way for organizations to connect with and give back to the communities they do business in. It’s a popular tactic for mega-corporations all the way to small businesses. When it comes to personal brands, [...]
There’s nothing like meeting in the first person for building relationships and sharing ideas. So I’m kicking off my Blog World coverage first things first - with the people who truly made my first trip to this conference truly meaningful. From pulling up a corner of carpet together in some packed out panels, to big [...]
This week, I’m kicking off a new series here at Personal PR called Do This. These short posts will be designed to inspire you to take action in ways that will build your network, improve your professional relationships, grow your knowledge, help you share your ideas, and other core principles of Personal PR.
This week’s action: [...]
Last week, I took a day off to celebrate. And by celebrate, I mean spend all day reading and avoiding housework. Not checking my work e-mail (which means only checking it twice), and trying to give myself permission to not check in on my team.
It was my first day off since moving into management.
Don’t worry, [...]