Can you believe its mid-December and another year is almost done? That can only mean one thing its time for our annual episode where we gaze into the proverbial communications crystal ball OK,
On this episode of Inside PR, Martin Waxman, Joe Thornley, and Gini Dietrich discuss the importance of protecting your intellectual property, even for new business decks and website verbiage.
In the wake of Facebooks bad news month, we discuss the communications challenges the company faces. A blip? Or a step on an irreversible path toward becoming the new MySpace? The necessary impetus t
Have you noticed your brand is no longer getting the type of engagement on organic social media? How about ranking for search or interactions when you publish new content on your website or blog? Perh
In this episode of Inside PR, we talk about the PR Writers Code of Conduct and ethical communications. An evergreen topic.
Its fallwell, almostand theres a hint of excitement in the air. At least it feels like there should be! Kids are going back to school. College and universities are offering more in-person classes.
On episode 551 of Inside PR, Gini Dietrich, Martin Waxman, and Joe Thornley do a special recording for the Earned Media Mastery Summit with Agility PR Solutions. They discuss the future of the PR indu
On this bi-weekly episode of Inside PR, Joe Thornley, Martin Waxman, and Gini Dietrich discuss the plumbing of the internet, from Feedburner and its replacements to how marketing automation works in t
OK. Before you get defensive, I want make something clear right from the start: We are NOT saying all PR people are evil. Far from it. In fact, most of us are simply trying to
Once theyve tasted freedom, its hard to take that away. Its not what I want as an employer; its what you want as an employee. Has your boss told you that you have to return